May 11, 2018
I've owned many Diesel trucks over the years to include an old Chevy with a 6.2L Detroit to Ford 7.3's and a couple of their 6.0's that I put up with. This 6.7 Diesel is probably the next 7.3.
There is one issue Ford has never addressed, and that is the radiator. There is a piece of plastic that mates up with metal on the radiator, and it has a tendency to leak when the metal expands and the plastic does not. I had to have my radiator replaced last year (at 80,000 miles) to the tune of about $1800. Ford absolutely refused to cover it.
With all that being said, this is the quietest, most comfortable pickup I've ever owned. It's the King Ranch, and the interior amenities are great. It has enough power to pull my house (and no, not a trailer house) across state lines, and other than the radiator, it hasn't had a lick of trouble.
My biggest hangup is the cost of these vehicles. As such, it's unlikely I'll buy another one. The prices have become so inflated that I find it senseless to spend that kind of money on a pickup. I'll preserve this one and take it to the grave with me.