New cars come with loads of technology that essentially makes them computers with four wheels. While that may not sound like the best thing when it comes to a reliability standpoint, a few automakers out there still make cars that are capable of traveling over 200,000 miles.
ISeeCars put out its list of top 10 cars that are capable of making it to that mark and Toyota, which should surprise no one, had the most cars on the list.
Before we get to the top 10 cars, here’s some information on how they gathered the data. The outlet analyzed data from roughly 13.5 million cars from 1981 to 2017, which is a different route than what Consumer Reports does to make its top 10 list, which is why there are some differences between the two.
If you’re looking for reliability, you’re best bet, according to the outlet, is to go with an SUV. More specifically, the Toyota Sequoia is the longest-lasting vehicle of the bunch. The outlet found that 6.6 percent of Sequoias have over 200,000 miles.
The Ford Expedition and Chevrolet Suburban followed closely behind with the former having 5.4 percent of vehicles with over 200k miles, while 5.2 percent of Chevy’s offering has that many miles.
The Toyota 4Runner and GMC Yukon XL round out the top five. For the second Toyota on the list, the outlet found that 4.2 percent of SUVs on the road had more than 200,000 miles, while 3.9 percent of Yukon XLs had traveled that distance.
The rest of the list features a lot of same brands and includes the GMC Yukon, Toyota Tacoma, Toyota Avalon, and Honda Odyssey in order from highest percent of vehicles over 200,000 miles to the lowest.
If you’re not interested in a SUV or pickup truck, the outlet also put out a list of cars that can make it to the illustrious 200,000-mile mark. Those vehicles include:
- Toyota Avalon
- Honda Odyssey
- Honda Accord
- Ford Taurus
- Toyota Sienna
- Toyota Camry
- Chevrolet Impala
- Toyota Prius
- Nissan Maxima
- Chrysler Pacifica
Toyota’s vehicles have faired exceptionally well with previous findings from the outlet as the 4Runner and Tacoma were found to be some of the five lowest depreciating vehicles earlier this year, while Toyota also topped the list for making cars that U.S. owners kept for more than 15 years.