I'm usually the firt one off the line at a light, but because I pay attention, lol, not that I floor it. 18 is goo to go with me! A heavier rear end in a Mits than my F-150? Gee, and it has the towing package....that's a good thing I hope they are bullet proof,I plan on making it a keeper and hopefully keep it running.
Last question (lol) before I decide to take the leap as a newbie Mits owner...
Unlike many of you guys, I'm not a mechanic, been a long time since I pulled an engine or tranny and probably won't. Which means I have to find a shop near by to do the heavy stuff if it needs it (and will not be at a dealer...waaay too high) All vehicles need upkeep, how, on the average, are the costs of keeping a good one on the road, not driving hard but using it as intended, compared to other 4x4s, like a rodeo or pathfinder....Ican't find recalls for these, tooold, so this being a v-6 5speed, what should I expect? Thanks!!!
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