14 cars that are most likely to last 200,000 miles

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  • The car search-engine iSeeCars.com looked at 2018 sales of over 13.8 million pre-owned cars to determine which are most likely to last for at least 200,000 miles.
  • SUVs took nine of the top 14 spots, with three pickup trucks, a sedan, and a minivan rounding out the list.
  • Toyota has six vehicles on the list, more than any other automaker.
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Car shoppers looking for a durable vehicle should consider an SUV, according to a study from the car search-engine iSeeCars.com.

The website looked at 2018 sales of over 13.8 million pre-owned cars to determine which are most likely to last for at least 200,000 miles. SUVs took nine of the top 14 spots, with three pickup trucks, a sedan, and a minivan rounding out the list.
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Toyota has six vehicles on the list, more than any other automaker. General Motors came in second with four vehicles on the list.

These are the 14 vehicles that are most likely to last for at least 200,000 miles. Next to each vehicle is the percentage, between model years 1981 and 2018, that were sold used with at least 200,000 miles in 2018, according to data analyzed by iSeeCars.com.
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14. Lincoln Navigator — 2.2%

14. Lincoln Navigator — 2.2%

2.2% of the Lincoln Navigators included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

13. Honda Odyssey — 2.5%

13. Honda Odyssey — 2.5%

2.5% of the Honda Odysseys included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

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12. Toyota Avalon — 2.5%

12. Toyota Avalon — 2.5%

2.5% of the Toyota Avalons included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

11. Toyota Tundra — 2.6%

11. Toyota Tundra — 2.6%

2.6% of the Toyota Tundras included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

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10. Toyota Tacoma — 2.6%

10. Toyota Tacoma — 2.6%

2.6% of the Toyota Tacomas included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

9. GMC Yukon — 2.8%

9. GMC Yukon — 2.8%

2.8% of the GMC Yukons included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

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8. Honda Ridgeline — 3.0%

8. Honda Ridgeline — 3.0%

3.0% of the Honda Ridgelines included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

7. Toyota Highlander Hybrid — 3.1%

7. Toyota Highlander Hybrid — 3.1%

3.1% of the Toyota Highlander Hybrids included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

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6. Chevrolet Tahoe — 3.8%

6. Chevrolet Tahoe — 3.8%

3.8% of the Chevrolet Tahoes included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

5. Toyota 4Runner — 3.9%

5. Toyota 4Runner — 3.9%

3.9% of the Toyota 4Runners included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

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4. GMC Yukon XL — 4.0%

4. GMC Yukon XL — 4.0%

4.0% of the GMC Yukon XLs included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

3. Ford Expedition — 5.0%

3. Ford Expedition — 5.0%

5.0% of the Ford Expeditions included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

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2. Chevrolet Suburban — 5.0%

2. Chevrolet Suburban — 5.0%

5.0% of the Chevrolet Suburbans included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

1. Toyota Sequoia — 7.4%

1. Toyota Sequoia — 7.4%

7.4% of the Toyota Sequoias included in the study were sold with at least 200,000 miles.

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