I wouldn’t. These cars are too finicky and one with 100000 is dangerous.
Anything can happen to any vehicle after 100,000 miles. It's true that premium cars can cost more to repair if something goes wrong. That comes with the cost of ownership. And some smaller towns don't have garages proficient in Euro car repair. So, unless you have some basic skills for the often-replaceable things like brakes, belts, o2 sensors, etc., it can get a little pricy. Items like engine or transmission/driveline failure are going to cost big money wherever you are located. A better question to ask, can any owners with vehicles over 100,000 miles address what specific problems they had with their car and state year, model and mileage. Maybe some owners might share repair costs for what they had done. There are some videos on YOUTUBE addressing the issue. Finally, and this is a big one, there is no accounting for damages to any vehicle that has been driven hard. I would want to know the car's history and who drove it.Jeez. These things fall apart after 100k miles?
I'm interested in looking for a '16-'19 manual trans F-type S coupe.