I bought a 2014 Ford Explorer in early 2014. Since that time the front sensors had to be replaced, the shifter sensor broke and the entire shift unit needed to be replaced, the bearings in my front tire went (which according to other reviews is a common occurrence), and now my PTU is shot and will cost over $2,000 to replace. I only have 140k on the car! Ford is not taking any responsibility for the early mechanical breakdown. I don't expect this kind of failure on a high end Ford SUV. I have no choice but to repair it, but I don't believe it's right to place high cost replacement solely on the consumer. Basic wear and tear yes. PTU and shift units with less than 140k, no way.