Toyota Sequoia tops vehicles achieving 200,000 miles

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Which cars are proven to last the longest for their drivers? It’s a question the website wanted answered.

Analyzing more than 13.8 million vehicles, the online automotive search engine and research website determined the Toyota Sequoia tops the list, with 7.4 percent of its vehicles reaching at least 200,000 miles.

The Toyota Sequoia has the highest percentage of its vehicles reaching 200,000 miles.
The Toyota Sequoia has the highest percentage of its vehicles reaching 200,000 miles.

The average among major manufacturers is 0.8 percent.

Here are the top 14 vehicles with the highest percentage of its vehicles reaching at least 200,000 miles:

1. Toyota Sequoia, 7.4 percent; 2. Chevrolet Suburban, 5.0; 3. Ford Expedition, 5.0; 4. GMC Yukon XL, 4.0; 5. Toyota 4Runner, 3.9; 6. Chevrolet Tahoe, 3.8; 7. Toyota Highlander Hybrid, 3.1; 8. Honda Ridgeline, 3.0; 9. GMC Yukon, 2.8; 10. Toyota Tacoma, 2.6; 11. Toyota Tundra, 2.6; 12. Toyota Avalon 2.5; 13. Honda Odyssey, 2.5; 14. Lincoln Navigator, 2.2.

In addition to the overall longest-lasting list, the comprehensive study examined the longest lasting vehicles across a number of categories including: SUVs, Passenger Cars (excluding SUVs and Trucks), Trucks, Green Vehicles, Luxury Vehicles, Analysis by Make and vehicles that reach 300,000 miles.

The top 14 models identified each have at least 2.2 percent (almost three times the overall average). The vehicles that reach 200,000 miles include a mix of types — nine SUVs including a hybrid, three pickup trucks, a sedan and a minivan.

Seven full-size SUVs account for half of the list with the Toyota Sequoia earning the top spot.

In the car category: Toyota accounts for five models on the list including the Avalon in the top spot along with the fourth-ranked Sienna minivan, the fifth-ranked Prius hybrid, the eighth-ranked Camry sedan, and its ninth-ranked hybrid counterpart, the Camry Hybrid.

In the truck category, top-ranked Honda Ridgeline is more than twice as likely than the average vehicle to reach at least 200,000 miles.

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