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These cars are the most likely to surpass 200,000 miles

Cheapism Logo By Saundra Latham of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 19: With the price of both new and used cars through the roof, it's no wonder Americans are driving their cars for longer. In fact, vehicles on U.S. roads were an average 12.2 years old in 2021, The Wall Street Journal reports, a new record. To that end, some cars are way more likely to stick with their owners for the long haul. Car search engine iSeeCars studied used-car sales data for nearly 15 million vehicles sold in 2021 to find out which were most likely to reach 200,000 miles. Overall, vehicles have a 1.2% chance of making it to that milestone — but some fare much better. Which ones came out on top? The answers may surprise you, but one particular automaker clearly dominates the list. Related: Car Buyers Are Paying More Than Sticker Price — Here's How Much

Cars Likely to Last 200K Miles

With the price of both new and used cars through the roof, it's no wonder Americans are driving their cars for longer. In fact, vehicles on U.S. roads were an average 12.2 years old in 2021, The Wall Street Journal reports, a new record. To that end, some cars are way more likely to stick with their owners for the long haul. Car search engine iSeeCars studied used-car sales data for nearly 15 million vehicles sold in 2021 to find out which were most likely to reach 200,000 miles. Overall, vehicles have a 1.2% chance of making it to that milestone — but some fare much better. Which ones came out on top? The answers may surprise you, but one particular automaker clearly dominates the list. 

Related: Car Buyers Are Paying More Than Sticker Price — Here's How Much

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