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Old 10-07-2022, 03:51 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by moisheh View Post
It will lose it's value as a prospective buyer will wonder why a low mileage has killed 2 motors. Today's buyers are not fools. They read forums. Chit chat in cg's.Maybe have heard about all the maxforce problems. Would you buy anything with that motor? A wise buyer will ask for service records. Did you know that with the owners permission a Navistar ( or FL. etc.) will release those service records. Makes good sense.
I would Not want one .. But i stated ....If anyone is looking for a certain model and it has a New Motor its worth Substantially more .. And if that doesn't make perfect sense then i don't know what does ?
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Old 10-08-2022, 09:22 AM   #16
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Do not want to get I to an online argument. Tha fact that 2 low mileage units died indicates a real problem. I would be worried that the new one would also fail. Especially with the history of Navistar problems. Any engine can fail but normally you would be correct. It could add value. But not in this case. I might add that since VW bought into Navistar their products have improved. They now have an investment with Scandia and have an engine that is promising. Everything that Navistar touched had problems: Monaco and Workhorse are Good examples
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