Yeah, I just wait for the change oil message too in my f150. It does seem to go a long time between changes though, like about 12-13,000 km. I figure if that is calibrated for reg oil and I use synthetic, I should be good. However, there is one ford repair YT channel I like that says ford's service intervals are way too long, so IDK.I just wait for the Oil Monitor Light to come on, or if equipped, the Oil Life% to hit 0, with certain Caveats.
The car with the Change Oil Light was speced for Dino Oil, and it goes a long time. Since I have always used Syn, I go a few extra thousand before changing, it now has over 300,000 on it, and doesn't burn it, leaks a bit.
The Car with the % reading, would initially go about 10,000 between changes, but because the DI engine was creating abrasive Soot and was ruining the Timing Chains, GM reprogramed the Oil Life Monitor to shorter intervals. In cooler temps, a trip around the Block would drop the Life by 1%, so I ignored it and added a few extra thousand before changing it. At 9 yrs GM replaced the Chains under warranty. Drove the Car another 5 yrs before it was written off due to a Collision, and it didn't burn oil, at 200,000