Top 10 Cars That Will Reach 200k Miles

Sam McEachern
by Sam McEachern

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Not surprisingly, reliability is high on the list of consumer’s reasons for buying a certain type of car.

That’s should be no surprise, because even if a car is near-perfect to drive, it won’t make a difference if it’s in the shop all the time. Consumer Reports recently compiled a list of the 10 car models that it believes are the most likely to reach 200,000 miles without needing major repairs. The vehicles are all cars that have reached more than 200,000 miles in recent years, according to CR reader survey data, and are ranked in descending order based on the percentage of the vehicles with zero recorded problems in the past 12 months.

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All the listed vehicles will be used cars now, but they are still available as 2018 model year cars, so the information is relevant to those currently shopping for a new vehicle. We also used the latest model year of the vehicles in our example images, but it should be noted that the latest versions of these cars may not necessarily be the same as the vehicles referred to in the survey.

10. Toyota Camry

9. Honda Accord

8. Toyota Prius

7. Honda CR-V

6. Toyota Sienna

5. Honda Civic

4. Toyota Corolla

3. Toyota 4Runner

2. Toyota Highlander

1. Ford F-150

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Sam McEachern
Sam McEachern

Sam McEachern holds a diploma in journalism from St. Clair College in Windsor, Ontario, and has been covering the automotive industry for over 5 years. He conducts reviews and writes AutoGuide's news content. He's a die-hard motorsports fan with a passion for performance cars of all sorts.

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  • Jeff T Jeff T on Mar 22, 2018

    While I would never argue that Toyota makes reliable cars it has a lot to do with the owners. I think Toyota and Honda buyers for the most part chose those brands because they want the cars to last. Because of this they do the regular maintenance and invest in their cars.

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    • Jeff T Jeff T on Mar 22, 2018

      True but that only means something if you plan to sell it at 60 000 miles which defeats the point of buying a reliable car.

  • Mo Momtaz Mo Momtaz on Jul 23, 2018

    haha, f150 will make it with few transmissions and engines replaced, topped up with gazillion recalls, and numerous electrical gremlins, what a joke to put that POS at the number 1!? based on what Quality Index Ratings?