How long do Ford EcoBoost engines last?

How long do Ford EcoBoost engines typically last in terms of mileage and reliability? Are they known to reach high mileages, such as over 200,000 miles, with proper maintenance, similar to the longevity of the 5.0 engines?

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Regular coolant and oil changes are essential for long life. The turbo spins at extremely high speeds (up to 200,000 RPM), and the bearings are lubricated with engine oil and cooled with coolant. Extending oil changes beyond the manufacturer’s recommendations is the single most effective way to burn the turbo. Oil life is decided by both how you drive and how far you travel, so disregard any “expert” advice you see online. Check the owner’s manual to verify if your driving is classified extreme service by Ford. If so, adhere to the severe service oil change schedule.

With regular servicing, these vehicles can typically last between 80,000 to 100,000 miles without needing many repairs. In fact, if you check second-hand ads, you’ll see many EcoBoost-powered Fords that have driven over 150,000 miles

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