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Top 16 Cars that can Travel High Miles

Toyota Land Cruiser V8 2UZ

Some cars can travel high miles. Nobody likes burden with costly repairs, and even if a model covered under warranty, taking it to a dealer’s service center is a pain. To be sure, today’s automobiles, SUVs, and trucks can last a long time provided they well-maintained and repairs are performed promptly. The majority of models, on the other hand, frequently prove to be so difficult and/or expensive to repair that it’s better to send them to a salvage yard than to invest additional money in them. The durability of a vehicle is important whether you plan to drive it for five years or fifteen. After all, the typical new automobile these days costs more than $41,000, and even secondhand cars can be major expenditures.

But, in terms of lifespan, which cars can be predicted to be at the top of the list? To that goal, statisticians at, an online automobile search engine, combed through more than 11.8 million used vehicles sold in 2020 to see which had logged at least 200,000 miles (with still more to be racked up by next-generation buyers). Each of the top 16 cars determined to have a greater than two-and-a-half chance of exceeding 200K than the national average.

While trucks and truck-based SUVs dominate the list, two Toyota hybrids, as well as the Avalon sedan and Prius hatchback, appear, providing Toyota a good reputation as a trustworthy car manufacturer, at least by this metric. Granted, only a small percentage of automobiles, trucks, and SUVs reach 200,000 miles in their lifespan. Only one percent of all automobiles, on average, ever reach the 200k milestone.

Toyota Prius ZVW50 found that six light-duty pickup trucks had 200,000-mile longevity that is above average. The Toyota Tundra and Honda Ridgeline topping the list. The Toyota Tacoma, Nissan Titan, Chevrolet Silverado 1500, and the industry’s best-selling Ford F-150 came in second, third, and fourth, respectively. “Pickup trucks are nearly twice as likely to exceed 200,000 miles on average,” adds Brauer. “Pickup trucks frequently utilised as work vehicles, and thus are more likely to accumulate more kilometres than a conventional passenger car. While also benefiting from more constant preventative maintenance and essential repairs.”

Toyota, Honda, Chevrolet, and Cadillac are the automobile brands that generate the most vehicles that expected to exceed 200,000 miles. Two of the cars on the longest-running list are gas/electric hybrids, which goes against the popular belief. This type of vehicle will have a shorter useful life owing to depleting batteries.

Here are the 16 models run for more than 200,000 miles, as well as the percentages of cars sold last year that did:

  1. Toyota Land Cruiser SUV (16.3%)
  2. Toyota Sequoia SUV (11.2%)
  3. Chevrolet Suburban SUV (5.1%)
  4. Ford Expedition SUV (4.9%)
  5. Toyota 4Runner SUV (4.1%)
  6. Toyota Avalon sedan (3.9%)
  7. Chevrolet Tahoe SUV (3.9%)
  8. Toyota Highlander Hybrid SUV (3.8%)
  9. Toyota Tundra pickup (3.7%)
  10. GMC Yukon XL SUV (3.6%)
  11. Honda Ridgeline pickup (3.4%)
  12. GMC Yukon SUV (3.3%)
  13. Honda Odyssey minivan (2.9%)
  14. Toyota Tacoma pickup (2.8%)
  15. Lincoln Navigator SUV (2.6%)
  16. Toyota Prius hybrid hatchback (2.6%)