Which cars are proven to last the longest for their drivers? In its new study, iSeeCars set out to answer this question by analyzing 13.8 million cars to determine which vehicles are most likely to reach, and exceed, the ceremonial 200,000-mile mark.
While the list of the highest-mileage haulers is dominated by full-size SUVs, it also includes three pickups, a sedan, a minivan, and even a hybrid midsize SUV for good measure.
Here is the overall list of vehicles that are most likely to reach 200,000 miles:
The Toyota Sequoia full-size SUV earns the top spot with 7.4 percent of its vehicles reaching 200,000 miles, which is more than 9 times the .8 average for all vehicles. It's joined by two additional Toyota SUVs: the fifth-ranked midsize 4Runner and the seventh-ranked midsize Highlander Hybrid.
Full-size American SUVs had an impressive showing and account for six models on the list. They include the second-ranked Chevrolet Suburban, the third-ranked Ford Expedition, the fourth-ranked GMC Yukon XL, the sixth-ranked Chevrolet Tahoe, the ninth-ranked GMC Yukon, and the fourteenth-ranked Lincoln Navigator.
Three pickup trucks prove to be capable high-mileage haulers and include the eighth-ranked Honda Ridgeline, the tenth-ranked Toyota Tacoma, and the eleventh-ranked Toyota Tundra. Although the list is dominated by truck-based SUVs, the truck that is most likely to reach 200,000 miles is actually an SUV-based pickup, which defies logic.
Rounding out the list is the twelfth-ranked Toyota Avalon to represent the sedan segment and the thirteenth-ranked Honda Odyssey to prove that minivans can also have what it takes to achieve high-mileage glory.