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I just purchased a 2011 Crosstour EX-L 4WD.
White. 50K Miles.

I immediately installed an S-VCM Controller to disable cylinder deactivation.

The car has been well maintained (There really was not much to do besides oil-changes. I does have recent new battery and tires). Sometime soon I will have the timing belt replaced, as although the mileage is low, it is over the recommended replacement age.
 

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Welcome to the forum. An S-VCM is a good idea. I installed a VCM Muzzler (basically the same thing) and love it.
 

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How exciting, congrats! 50k is great miles. Wish you many many happy miles! I bought a low miles one too a month or two ago. One thing to know is the timing belt should replaced at 7 years of 100k miles, whichever come first. Yours is due. The dealer will replace the tensioner and water pump too as the labor to get to ir is already happening. If you don't do dealer make sure yuo get those too.

It is important to follow the transmission/differential fluid drain fill too. There should be a maintenance minder letting you know. But every 30k miles or so.

Enjoy!
 
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