Ever wondered which cars keep chugging along the road, way past the 250,000-mile mark? Well, iSeeCars.com did some digging into this, checking out a whopping 260 million cars sold from 2012 to 2022 to see which ones are the marathon runners of the automotive world. These were the top 15.

Ford F-350 Super Duty

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 49.1% | Compared to average: 4.2x

This beast isn’t just built tough; it’s built to last. With a 7.3L engine that’s a breeze to hit the 400,000 to 500,000-mile range with regular care, the Ford F-350 Super Duty is like the Energizer Bunny of trucks—it keeps going and going.

Toyota Land Cruiser

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 47.9% | Compared to average: 4.1x

Not only does the Land Cruiser come with a reputation for luxury and off-road prowess, but it’s also a marathon runner. With a potential lifespan crossing the 300,000-mile threshold, it’s the vehicle that laughs in the face of long distances.

Toyota Tundra

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 47.9% | Compared to average: 4.1x

The Tundra is the truck that keeps on trucking. Vehiclehistory.com tells us most Tundras will see 150,000 to 250,000 miles, but with tender love and care, who’s to say it can’t go further?

Toyota Sequoia

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 47.1% | Compared to average: 4.0x

Big, bold, and built to last, the Sequoia promises a journey beyond 300,000 miles. It’s more than just a way to get around; it’s a commitment to the long haul.

Ford F-250 Super Duty

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 43.6% | Compared to average: 3.7x

The little brother to the F-350, but don’t let that fool you. The F-250 Super Duty is as tough as they come, ready to take on whatever you throw at it and still cruise past the quarter-million-mile mark with ease.

Honda Pilot

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 42.7% | Compared to average: 3.6x

This family SUV is in it for the long haul. With a chance to hit 200,000 miles as a baseline, some Pilots treated with extra TLC have been known to approach the 300,000-mile range. It’s all about how you care for it.

Toyota Tacoma

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 41.7% | Compared to average: 3.5x

Tacoma owners, rejoice! Your ride is built to last, with many reaching the 200,000 to 300,000-mile mark. It’s the pickup that just doesn’t know when to quit, as long as you keep up on maintenance.

GMC Sierra 2500HD

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 41.3% | Compared to average: 3.5x

The longest-lasting GM work truck on the list, the Sierra 2500HD, is as reliable as it is powerful. Whether you’re hauling, towing, or just cruising, this truck is in it for the long run.

Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 41.2% | Compared to average: 3.5x

The Silverado 2500HD is a testament to Chevy’s build quality, easily reaching the 200,000 to 250,000-mile range with many trucks surpassing 300,000 miles. It’s the workhorse that workers love.

Toyota 4Runner

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 41.0% | Compared to average: 3.5x

The 4Runner is your go-to for durability and longevity. Expect to cross the 200,000-mile mark with ease, and don’t be surprised if you see 300,000 miles on the odometer with diligent care.

Toyota Avalon

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 33.1% | Compared to average: 2.8x

Leading the charge for long-lasting sedans, the Avalon boasts a great shot at hitting and surpassing the 250,000-mile mark. It’s the sedan that keeps on giving.

Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 31.0% | Compared to average: 2.6x

Another Chevy makes the list with the Silverado 1500. Known for its reliability, many of these trucks reach the 300,000-mile milestone, making it a fantastic choice for anyone looking for a long-term ride.

Acura MDX

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 29.2% | Compared to average: 2.5x

Luxury meets longevity in the Acura MDX. With proper care, this SUV can easily last between 200,000 and 250,000 miles, combining comfort with durability.

Honda Element

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 27.8% | Compared to average: 2.4x

The Element is as sturdy as they come. With a bit of love and regular maintenance, this vehicle can push well beyond the 250,000-mile mark, proving that good things come in unique packages.

Honda CR-V

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Chance of lasting 250,000 miles: 27.5% | Compared to average: 2.3x

Rounding off our list is the Honda CR-V. A well-maintained CR-V is a long-term companion, capable of reaching 250,000 to 300,000 miles. Just remember, it’s all about the care you put into it.

Author: Abbie Clark

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Expertise: Automotive Industry, Electric Vehicles, DIY Car Repairs

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Abbie Clark is a writer, blog, and founder of RideRambler, Hey She Thrives, and The Bearded Bunch.

From clever car cleaning tricks to the freshest car features and reviews, Abbie loves sharing her knowledge on everything automotive. Outside of her time writing for her websites, you’ll find her fishing with her husband, deciphering her toddler’s babbling, or baking up something sweet.

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