+1, Keeping my fingers crossed it'll be what they put in '21 models WITH a slight MPG increase. This was what 2019 to 2020 saw, subtle, but it's there:Another way of looking at it is you are getting a new engine which doesn't have all the wear that is associated with the miles you already put on your old one. Plus it has all the undocumented improvements they have made since they produced your original engine.
|2019 - 5.8/6.3/6.0 L/100 km cty/hwy/cmb||2020 - 5.7/6.3/6.0 L/100 km cty/hwy/cmb|
Also, now I don't have to clean my engine bay after this past slushy and salty winter