Cars are not made the same way as they once were. It is accurate. They are more dependable, safer, and fuel-efficient than before. When a car reaches 100,000 miles these days, it’s hardly even started. The days of cars with six-figure miles being nearing their end are long gone, albeit they might need quite a few maintenance to continue operating after that.
That being said, certain cars are far more likely to get you there than others if your goal is to own a new car for 200,000 miles or more. Our pals at Consumer Reports recently released a list of the vehicles that are most likely to surpass the 200,000-mile mark, based on data from their own poll.
Although we cannot ensure that any of the cars on this list will not have any issues for the next 20 years, these are the ones you should start your search for if longevity is important to you. Let’s now examine the items that were included on this year’s list.