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9 hours ago, Bryan1 said:

Fleets aren't keeping a F-150 for 200k miles. 

I guess it depends on the size of the fleet or company.  My brother’s fleet has the following types of vehicles:

  • E150
  • F150
  • F250
  • Ranger (old model)
  • Transit Connect

He’s keeps every vehicle for over 200,000 miles. 

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There are exceptions. Major fleet buyers won't be doing anything like that.

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3 minutes ago, Bryan1 said:

There are exceptions. Major fleet buyers won't be doing anything like that.


My brother’s company is small. He usually keeps a couple of spare vehicles to cover “down time” for the primary vehicles.  Of course, the spares are the older vehicles.  I’m sure the dynamics of a large fleet are different.  

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This is what Ford considers a Fleet Buyer.

 

"Registered or leased for use in operation 5 or more new vehicles (any make or model) during the current or preceding calendar year

OR

Currently operate a fleet of 15 or more vehicles (any make or model)"

 

Not just a guy with a couple old Ford trucks and an old Ranger who lives in a van down by the river.

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13 hours ago, Bryan1 said:

This is what Ford considers a Fleet Buyer.

 

"Registered or leased for use in operation 5 or more new vehicles (any make or model) during the current or preceding calendar year

OR

Currently operate a fleet of 15 or more vehicles (any make or model)"

 

Not just a guy with a couple old Ford trucks and an old Ranger who lives in a van down by the river.

I haven’t counted lately.  It’s between 12 and 17 right now, all Fords.  

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On ‎7‎/‎1‎/‎2020 at 7:53 PM, Bryan1 said:

Fleets aren't keeping a F-150 for 200k miles. 

Ive seen a lot of the exact opposite....

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love seeing Ford trades come in with MASSIVE mileage...

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