10 Cars That Can Go 200K Miles
If you're the type of person who buys a new car and drives it until the wheels fall off, first of all kudos to you. Second, you NEED to check out the list below.
There are certain vehicles that have proven themselves to be able to realistically reach 200,000 miles before quitting. Forbes recently posted a list of the top 10 vehicles that are most often reported reaching more than 200,000 miles, with the Toyota Sequoia coming in as the top model. Below is the full list of 10 models.
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Cars Most Likely to Reach 200,000 Miles
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