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3.5L vs 3.7L, Which is better

Hello, looking to buy a used ford Taurus (2013- 2015) with the police interceptor pkg. I've heard it said that the 3.7L is the more robust choice versus the 3.5L. I watched a youtube video where the author really pushed the idea that the 3.5L, especially the ecoboost ver, and possibly the transmission it's mated to will likely fail around the 100k mark. I believe he really oversold the argument but with that being said, any validity to the opinion that the 3.7L is more reliable. Also any thoughts on the ecoboost.
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