8 Cars That Last

 8 Cars that last over 200,000 miles

When you are spending your hard-earned dollar and buying the very best car that you could afford at the time, you want to make sure that the car is going to last you a good while. And even if you don't intend to keep it forever, you want that great car to drive you to all the places you need, and then if you decide you want to sell it, you also want the new owner to be pleased with the car, as well have the chance to drive the car for a good while, since you don't want nobody knocking at your door asking their money back. And when I say cars that last, I don't mean a year or two, No I mean a good 10 to 12 years without you having to replace the engine, the transmission or any big ticket items. You want the car to give you a good 150k to 200k miles easy. Especially now that these cars are selling for the price of houses and require 7 year payment plans. So today I am sharing with you 8 Cars That Last, and those are cars that you would hardly expect to be on the list, since they are not very famous, but they will stay in the race of life with you for a good while.

01. Subaru Outback

With 0.8 percent of the Subaru Outbacks for sale on iSeeCars.com, the wagon-turned crossover caps off the top 8 cars with more than 200,000 miles on the clock. Subarus make ideal cars for outdoor enthusiasts, with their standard all-wheel drive, capable and practical interiors, and torquey boxer-format engines. It makes it all the more impressive, then, that so many vehicles subjected to the wilds live to see the big 200K.

02. Acura TL

Honda (NYSE:HMC) has long had a knack for building reliable vehicles, and its Acura luxury line is no different. An even 1 percent of all Acura TLs for sale  have breached the 200,000 milestone, implying that more sensible, casual performance-oriented luxury cars might be the key to longevity. Given that the TL isn’t as potent as its German competition, it can be argued that less thrashing might explain its longer lifespan.

03. Honda Civic

To further drive that point home, the Honda Civic — among the brand’s best-selling models — is the next longest-lasting vehicle, according to the data. It’s tied with the Acura, interestingly enough, at 1 percent. However, it should be noted that the Civic is a much higher-volume vehicle than the TL, and therefore the same rate encompasses a greater number of cars.

04. Ford Taurus

The Ford (NYSE:F) F-150 was the longest-lasting vehicle on iSeeCars.com‘s report, and though the Taurus didn’t quite reach the 4.2 percent seen by the heavy-duty pickup, it manages a respectable 1 percent as well, tied with the Acura and Civic. What’s interesting is that the Taurus is rarely thought of as being an unusually reliable car; typically, the Japanese have reigned in that regard.

05. Toyota Camry

The Toyota (NYSE:TM) Camry was once thought of as being one of the most reliable, long-lasting cars on the market, but that distinction is getting increasingly difficult to quantify. The Camry barely leads the Acura, Honda, and Ford, with 1.1 percent of the available vehicles on the site having reached or breached the 200,000 mile marker. The Camry has been America’s best-selling car for some time, often falling just behind the Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Silverado.

06. Nissan Maxima

Although it’s the Nissan (NSANY.PK) Altima that is frequently on the country’s best-selling list month after month, it’s the Maxima, its larger sibling, that is apparently going the distance. Tied with the Camry, 1.1 percent of the Nissan Maximas for sale through iSeeCars have surpassed the 200,000 mile threshold, though compared with the Altima, the Maxima is again a lower-volume vehicle.

07. Honda Odyssey

With the amount of abuse that most minivans take from the inside (granted, that’s what they’re built for), it’s somewhat miraculous that anyone holds on to them for longer than 200,000 miles. Nonetheless, about 1.2 percent of the Honda Odysseys — arguably one of the most respected members of the minivan family — for sale on the site have surpassed that milestone, putting it just outside the top three. 

08. Toyota Avalon

Interestingly, Toyota’s Avalon sedan — the largest it makes — has a better rate of longevity than the seemingly bullet-proof Camry, as 1.5 percent of the vehicles are over the 200,000 mile hump. One theory of ours is that in the past, the Avalon was generally favored by older drivers and buyers, which in turn translates into fewer miles driven at a time, less wear-and-tear, and a more gentle approach to driving in general. 

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