Is Ford Cmax a good used car. Do they hold up well after 60k miles?

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  • 2 years ago

    There don't seem to be a lot of them out there, but the source has a pretty good review. The few other data points agree with the electrical problems and engine trouble.

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  • 2 years ago

    As long as it has been correctly maintained at the right mileage/time intervals and as long as you continue the maintenance schedule then unless you are very unlucky the car will be fine at just 60k miles.

    It should be capable of far more than that, but somewhere between 70k and 120k miles you can expect a few bits to wear out, such as the alternator and starter motor. If the car is around five or six years old and on the original battery you can also expect the battery to need changing very soon: it’s easy and cheap/free to get a battery load test to see how much life it may still have. If the tyres are originals then even if they aren’t worn out you they deteriorate with age and lose grip, so replace those at about seven or eight years. 60k miles probably means the front brakes are nearing the end of their second set of brake pads, at that stage the discs (US= rotors) will usually need changing.

    In short, it’s approaching the mileage where you can start expecting a few bills.

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  • 2 years ago

    Hi so the depends on how it has been looked after before the 60 k miles.

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  • 2 years ago

    No!

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