I live in the Poconos and have a 2016 F type S AWD with 50,000 miles on it and have had no issues with it. It’s not my daily driver but I do drive it a lot 3 out of the 4 seasons. I read a ton of articles on F types on different forums, online magazines, etc…. I would like to point something out. The cars that seem to have the most problems are the ones that are barely driven. A 2017 with under 10,000 miles is ridiculous. They are that are meant to be driven. Any machine with moving parts that just sits is going to have problems. These cars look amazing. They sound fantastic. They’re a blast to drive. They are not investment cars.