Not quite as popular as the Altima, the Maxima has still proved itself as reliable time and time again. With proper care and maintenance, 1.3% of models have seen more than 200,000 on the dashboard.
The first of two Hybrids on this list, the Toyota Prius is another reliable Toyota car that makes the list. Thanks to its crazy high fuel consumption and easy maintenance, 1.3% of models making it over 200k.
Toyota is known for manufacturing reliable cars with excellent fuel consumption, and the Camry is a perfect example of that. The Camry isn't as high as our other contenders, but with 1.5% of models reaching over 200k, it still raises a bit higher than the average.
Tied with the earlier mentioned Toyota Camry, the Chevy Impala also holds a 1.5% of models reaching upward of 200k miles.
The F-150 is one of the most unshakeable trucks in the industry. In the running for cars that'll last upward of 200,000 miles this car ranks in the top 15. Nearly 2% of all F-150s have topped 200,000 miles.
Comparing passenger cars to SUVs and trucks in this kind of competition, they were usually outmatched. Except for this one. The Accord was the only midsize sedan model to make the top ten with 2% of Accords reaching over 200k.
Chevrolet Silverado 1500
With 2.1% of Silverado 1500s still on the road after 200,000 miles, it's unsurprising why it's such a favorite work truck. A strong showing for one of GM's best sellers.
One of the most luxurious cars on this list, the Lincoln Navigator has 2.2% of its models reaching the over 200k mark. If you have the coin for such a lavish car, why not make sure to get one that lasts for a while and looks good while it does?
For durable trucks, this one sits snugly at the top. An impressive 2.2% of these showed over 200k. Customer satisfaction scores also show that this truck is consistently a joy for most owners to drive.
Competing with Chevy and Ford full-size pickups is no small task, but the Tundra holds up simply because it's less costly. ISeeCars.com found that 2.2% of Tundras reached over 200k. Consumer Reports also ranked the Tundra among the most reliable vehicles of the decade. No other trucks made the list.
The only minivan to turn up on this list for the second year in a row. 2.4% of Odyssey's had at least 200k on the odometer.
The Avalon has consistently been highly rated for its reliability and owner satisfaction, which helps it reach its spot on this list. This large sedan has 2.4% of owned models reaching over 200k, the highest in its class.
Full-size pickups took most of the top spots, but that didn't stop this compact pickup. The Tacoma was the only compact pickup to rank among the top 10 smaller pickups with 2.6% topping 200,000. Some even reach upward of 300,000 miles.
SUVs based on the classic Chevy truck platform lasted even longer than their pickup counterparts. The GMC Yukon had an impressive 2.8% reaching over 200k.
Toyota Highlander Hybrid
The second of the Hybrids on this list, the Highlander has a total of 3.1% of its models reaching over 200k. Efficient, reliable, and leaves a smaller carbon footprint. What else could you ask for?
The bigger the SUV, the greater the longevity apparently. The Tahoe, Chevy's large SUV based on the Silverado platform, shows a remarkable 3.8% of cars in the 200k club.
No car in the past century could top the 4Runners reliability scores. Head and shoulders above the pack with 13 straight years of top reliability ratings, owners seemed just fine keeping these for as long as possible. An impressive 4.2% reached over 200k, while 0.3% reached over 300k (three times the average).
For SUV owners, the Chevy Suburban isn't exactly the most reliable model in the world, but that doesn't stop it from staying on the road. Over 5% of owners had logged over 200,000 miles in 2017, and 0.2% reached upward of 300,000.
Topping the list of longest-lasting cars in 2017, the Expedition had an astonishing 5.4% that topped 200k. A fully redesigned version dropped in 2018, and it remains to be seen how that one holds up to the original.
The only car to boast five times the average of models reaching upward of 200,000 miles, an astounding 6.6% and 0.2% reaching over 300,000 miles.