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Vehicles that owners keep the longest

Autoblog Logo By Jeremy Korzeniewski of Autoblog | Slide 1 of 11: <p>On average, Americans keep their cars a total of 7.3 years. That means people sell their vehicles about two years after they are fully paid off. But some vehicles stay in their original owners' driveways much longer. In fact, one vehicle is kept for an average of 10.6 years.</p><p>To come up with these stats, automotive research firm <a href="https://blog.iseecars.com/new-cars-kept-longest/">iSeeCars.com</a> analyzed more than 15.7 million used vehicles sold by their original owners. Click on the image above to get started.</p>

How long will you keep your current car?

On average, Americans keep their cars a total of 7.3 years. That means people sell their vehicles about two years after they are fully paid off.

But some vehicles stay in their original owners' driveways much longer. In fact, one vehicle is kept for an average of 10.6 years.

To come up with these stats, automotive research firm iSeeCars.com analyzed more than 15.7 million used vehicles sold by their original owners. 

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