Cars and Trucks Most Likely to Last 200,000 Miles


Face it, cars are money losers — they depreciate steeply and rapidly, and they’re expensive to buy, maintain, operate and insure.

The average American drives 13,476 miles annually, according to the Federal Highway Administration, so if you can keep your car running smoothly and not have to buy a new one for 200,000 miles, (that comes to about 15 years) that’s a big chunk of money you can save in the long run.

To find out which cars are most likely to reach 200,000 miles or more, automotive research firm and car search engine analyzed over 15.8 million cars sold in 2019 to determine which models have the highest percentage of cars that reached 200,000 miles.

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