Longest-lasting vehicles in AmericaAmericans drive a lot. Collectively, we put, on average, more than 13,000 miles on our cars each year, according to the Department of Transportation. Because of this, a vehicle's ability to travel long distances without major problems is a huge aspect to take into consideration when it comes time to purchase a new one.
iSeeCars.com, a website that aggregates 30 million used car listings from all around the country, recently running through the numbers on 13 million vehicles that are currently on the road to determine which last the longest.
Head through to see the vehicles that are achieving the 200,000 mile mark at a higher percentage than others. It's important to note that while these are the vehicles that have stood the test of time up until today, we can't guarantee future results if you decide to opt for one of these from a current model year.
Ford Expedition% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 5.7
The Expedition is a large, versatile SUV that quietly remains in Ford's lineup. It hasn't had a major update in years, steadfastness that is reflected in the vehicle's ability to run for hundreds of thousands of miles.
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Toyota Sequoia% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 5.6
This SUV looks and feels as big as the tree for which it was named. And, apparently, it has the same kind of longevity. According to the study, 5.6 percent of Toyota Sequoia listings have been on the road for more than 200,000 miles. That makes this the longest-lasting Japanese vehicle sold in America, according to iseecars.com.
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Chevrolet Suburban% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 4.8
The Chevrolet Suburban is the biggest SUV on the road today. It's also one of the longest lasting, with almost five percent of listed Suburbans still in drivable condition after traveling more than 200,000 miles.
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Toyota 4Runner% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 4.7
The Toyota 4Runner is a burly, highly capable off-road SUV that can double as a family hauler. It's an example of why Toyota has been almost synonymous with reliability over the years with numerous models running past 200,000 miles.
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GMC Yukon XL% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 4.2
An even bigger version of the already hefty GMC Yukon, the Yukon XL is a solid, comfortable and versatile vehicle. It's an expensive SUV, sure, but the fact that so many of them are on the road after 200,000 miles means it might be a wise investment.
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Chevrolet Tahoe% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 3.5
The Chevrolet Tahoe is close to being the same exact vehicle as the GMC Yukon, and it's very similar to the Chevy Suburban and GMC Yukon XL that we already saw on this list. Thus, it's not surprising to see the Tahoe on the list of vehicles most likely to surpass 200,000 miles.
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GMC Yukon% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 3.0
Yet another big SUV from General Motors on this list of the longest-lasting vehicles in America is the GMC Yukon. Interestingly, the Yukon scores a little behind its mechanically similar twin, the Chevy Tahoe. There are many trim differences between the two SUVs, and, in the case of the Denali, a bigger, more powerful engine. These changes could account for the difference in ratings.
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Toyota Avalon% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 2.6
The Toyota Avalon is the first vehicle on this list that isn't a big SUV or pickup truck, earning the large car the title of longest-lasting sedan in America.
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Toyota Tacoma% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 2.5
It's no surprise to see the Toyota Tacoma on this list of vehicles that last the longest. The Japanese midsize pickup truck is well known for durability, which is one reason why its resale value has historically been the best in its segment.
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Honda Accord% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 2.3
For years, one of the Honda Accord's main selling points has been reliability. It's not rare to see one of these midsize sedans keep going for several hundred thousand miles with nothing more than normal, routine maintenance.
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Honda Odyssey% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 2.3
If you want a long-lasting minivan, you'd better take a look at the Honda Odyssey. As the only van on this list, Honda's people hauler stands out from the crowd.
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% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 2.2
Fullsize American pickup trucks like the Chevy Silverado are built to be durable, capable of hauling huge loads and pulling all manner of recreational and commercial trailers. So it's no surprise to see them on this list of the longest-lasting vehicles in America. Chevy's entry just manages to outscore its rivals for top position in the truck segment.
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% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 2.1
The Ford F-Series is the best-selling vehicle line in America, and has been for the last few decades. It's also one of the longest-lasting, according to iseecars.com.
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GMC Sierra% Of Cars Over 200,000 Miles: 2.0
The final vehicle on our list of the longest-lasting vehicles in America is the GMC Sierra, another fullsize truck. GMC's pickup comes up just short of its mechanical twin from Chevrolet, the Silverado.