15. Chevrolet Silverado (Tie)
The Chevrolet Silverado is the only American truck on this list – but not the only truck. At 1.9 percent of models making it to 200,000 miles, the Silverado ties the Honda Pilot. The Silverado, as a nameplate, has been around since 1998.
15. Honda Pilot (Tie)
At 1.9 percent of models reaching 200,000 miles, the Honda Pilot barely makes the cut. But the numbers are a bit deceiving; the Pilot is one of the youngest vehicles on this list. The three-row SUV has only been around since 2003 and spans just two generations.
14. Lincoln Navigator
Luxury vehicles on this list are few and far between, but the Lincoln Navigator makes the cut with 2.2 percent of models hitting the 200,000-mile mark. The Navigator nameplate has been a staple for Lincoln since its debut in 1998 – and the latest iteration is one of the brand's best yet.
13. Honda Odyssey
The Honda Odyssey, outside of being one of the most successful vehicles for Honda in the U.S., is one of the brand's longest-lasting cars. A hearty 2.5 percent of Odyssey models make it to 200,000 miles. The minivan’s most recent update came in 2017.
12. Toyota Avalon
At number 12, the Avalon is the highest-rated Toyota sedan on this list (but not the highest-ranking Toyota). All told, 2.5 percent of Avalon models make it to 200,000 mils. The Avalon, as a nameplate, has been around since 2004, but Toyota built a brand-new, much-improved version in 2018.
11. Toyota Tundra
One of two Toyota trucks on this list, 2.6 percent of Tundra models make it to 200,000 miles. The current Tundra has been around in its current form since 2006 – but an update is coming. Spy photos show a brand-new version of the truck with what appears to be a fresh look and an air suspension.
10. Toyota Tacoma
One of just three trucks on the list, the Toyota Tacoma sees 2.6 percent of models make it to 200,000 miles. The tough truck has been around since 1995 but recently underwent a facelift. The 2020 Tacoma debuted this year at the Chicago Auto Show.
9. GMC Yukon
The GMC Yukon has been around since 1992. It's the upscale alternative to Chevy's Tahoe, and as the numbers prove, one of the longest-lasting SUVs on the road. According to ISeeCars, 2.8 percent of Yukon models make it to 200,000 miles in their lifetime.
8. Honda Ridgeline
The longest-lasting pickup on this list is the Honda Ridgeline. The now 13-year-old truck spans two generations and two build styles: both body-on-frame and unibody. With 3.0 percent of models making it to 200,000 miles, the Ridgeline comes in at eighth.
7. Toyota Highlander Hybrid
Toyota introduced the hybrid Highlander in the crossover's second generation. At 27 miles per gallon in the city and 25 miles per gallon on the highway, it was the most efficient version of the Highlander to date. Today, the tough Toyota is the seventh longest-lasting vehicle on the road, with 3.1 percent of models making it to 200,000 miles.
6. Chevrolet Tahoe
The Chevrolet Tahoe has been around since 1992. And in that time, the three-row SUV solidified itself as the go-to large option in the Chevy lineup. Still 27 years later, the Tahoe is one of the longest-lasting vehicles on the road, with 3.8 percent of models making it to 200,000 miles.
5. Toyota 4Runner
Like a lot of cars on this list, the Toyota 4Runner hasn't changed much since the current generation's debut in 2009. But if it ain't broke, don't fix it; the 4Runner is fifth on this list, with 3.9 percent of models reaching 200,000 miles. In terms of sales, the body-on-frame SUV's numbers haven't decreased since 2011. Last year Toyota sold more than 139,000 4Runners in the U.S.
4. GMC Yukon XL
Like the Tahoe and another General Motors SUV you'll see later on this list, the GMC Yukon XL makes the cut with 4.0 percent of models reaching 200,000 miles. It's one of seven American vehicles on this list and bests SUV rivals from Toyota, Honda, and others. The current Yukon has been around since 2015.
2. Chevrolet Suburban (Tie)
The Chevrolet Suburban is the second highest American SUV on the list (tied with an SUV from the Blue Oval). And because it shares its platform and most of its components with the smaller Tahoe (ranked sixth), it's an expected front-runner with 5.0 percent of examples reaching 200,000 miles. The current model has been on the market since 2014 and offers two engine options: a 5.3-liter V8 and a larger 6.2-liter V8.
2. Ford Expedition (Tie)
The Ford Expedition ties the Chevrolet Suburban at number two, with 5.0 of examples reaching 200,000 miles. The Expedition has been around since 1997, but received an overhaul for the 2018 model year. The update added a new platform, a new look, and a new turbocharged V6 engine.
1. Toyota Sequoia
Believe it or not, the Toyota Sequoia tops the list with 7.4 percent of examples hitting 200,000 miles in their lifetime. The truck-based SUV, though it may not be a huge seller for Toyota, is reliable, capable of carrying up to eight passengers, and joins the TRD Pro lineup for 2019 with more off-road goodies.
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