built to last

The Toyota Land Cruiser Dominates This List of the Longest-Lasting Cars You Can Buy


February 26, 2020 Cars By
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Durability is one of the most important considerations when you’re buying a car, especially if you’re planning on keeping it for a long time. Which in turns begs the question: what, then, are the most durable vehicles you can buy?

In its latest study, iSeeCars.com looked into just that, determining the models with the highest percentage of vehicles lasting more than 200,000 miles. The study backs up the Toyota Land Cruiser‘s reputation for being bulletproof; a whopping 15.7 percent of Land Cruisers made it that far. (The average vehicle, in contrast, sees just 1 percent of its individuals make it to 200K miles.)

Of course, not everyone wants a Land Cruiser, so we’ve listed the top 10 longest-lasting cars below.

1. Toyota Land Cruiser – 15.7%

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2. Toyota Sequoia – 9.2%

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3. Ford Expedition – 5.2%

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4. Chevrolet Suburban – 4.9%

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5. Toyota Highlander Hybrid – 4.2%

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6. Chevrolet Tahoe – 4.1%

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7. GMC Yukon XL – 4.1%

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8. Toyota 4Runner – 3.9%

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9. GMC Yukon – 3.2%

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10. Honda Ridgeline – 3.0%

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The Best Cars To Buy in 2020

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The award winners for every segment and links to our reviews. Read the Story

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Tyler Duffy

Tyler Duffy is Gear Patrol's Motoring Staff Writer. He used to write about sports for The Big Lead and The Athletic. He has a black belt in toddler wrangling. He's based outside Detroit.

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