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I called the dealership to set up my one year/10k mile service and was informed that for the 2020 models and up the service/oil change isn't needed until 24 months or 21k miles. I asked to speak with a service advisor and she confirmed. That's pretty crazy to not get an oil change for 21k miles.
DO NOT, again DO NOT listen or take their advice to the Bank please. They are setting you up to fail. Same thing they claimed when the 5.0L was launched in 2010 to 2012 regarding the L322 and the Sport until the Engines started giving up and they stepped back and recommended oil change at every 10K miles. I don’t know how long you plan on keeping the truck but regardless this will have unattended consequences in the future.
I change my oil every 6 months even if it has 1K miles driven.
 

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I change mine every 8,000 km. Oil changes are cheap. New engines are not.
 

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I took my 14 Spt SC to Birmingham LR, service tech. said 15,000 for oil change. Seems odd there's no standard.
 

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Yes, that may be what Land Rover recommends (or 12 months) but changing more frequently say, every 8-10K is safer and doesn't add much and may even reduce the long term cost of ownership.
 

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I run a Blackstone analysis 5,000 miles after each oil change on my wife's 3.0SC (very similar to the 5.0). In one of the reports, Blackstone added a note that on average, these motors need an oil change every 6,700 miles. After break-in, I'm able to go 7,500.
 

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Discussion Starter · #26 ·
I wound up getting the oil changed and the regular maintenance.
 
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