These are the 10 longest-lasting vehicles on the road today

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Buying a car feels pretty bad. It's hard to find what you want, and if you do, there's a big chance it won't sell at the price you had in mind. The least stressful way to deal with the situation is not to buy a new car, but how do you know how long your current drive will be? A recent study conducted by iSeeCars found that some vehicles tend to clock up many more miles of usable travel than others.
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iSeeCars has viewed more than 2 million cars. The mileage driven by the top 1% of cars in each model was calculated and used to rank the models, and the study required a vehicle to have been sold in at least 10 of the last 20 years to be included . Unsurprisingly, Toyota dominated the top 10 list, but most of the other models are from General Motors, with a Honda thrown into the mix.
Arranged by mileage, the top ten most durable vehicles include:
Toyota Highlander Hybrid: 244.94 miles
Toyota Avalon: 245,710 miles
Honda Ridgeline: 248,669 miles
Chevrolet Tahoe: 250,338 miles
Toyota Prius: 250,601 miles
GMC Yukon XL: 252,360 miles
Toyota Tundra: 256,022 miles
Chevrolet Suburban: 265,732 miles
Toyota Land Cruiser: 280,236 miles
Toyota Sequoia: 295,509 miles
The iSeeCars study found that SUVs and trucks make up 75 percent of the top 20 vehicles with the potential for the longest lifespan, and Toyota alone accounts for half of the top 20. Interestingly, the Prius and Highlander Hybrid made the list, suggesting that these automakers are getting better at making batteries last.
"What we're seeing is a list of highly durable vehicles that can travel more than a quarter of a million miles with proper maintenance," said iSeeCars Executive Analyst Karl Brauer. “And to be clear, this study does not specify the maximum lifespan of these vehicles. This is simply a measure of current mileage. Most of these cars are still in use and running well.”
Of course, the longevity of a vehicle has a lot to do with how it is treated and maintained throughout its lifetime. It's easy to find stories of people maintaining Toyota Tundras and other vehicles past a million miles, and there's a 1960's Volvo with over 3 million miles. Some types of vehicles, especially the largest SUVs, are often used by large families as on-road vehicles, meaning they typically cover many miles. In most cases, buying and owning a higher mileage car can be a risk, so it's important to have a pre-purchase inspection or regular maintenance if you already own one.
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