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Cars that can travel 250,000 miles without a problem!

If you're on the way to buy for a new car, make sure reliability is one of your top priorities. Although it is true that today, with mass consumerism and investment in 'trendiness' as top priorities – more and more people are getting a new car every few years – we still recommend considering cars as an investment. You might think it would be difficult to find a car that can go beyond 250,000 miles, but we found plenty of capable vehicles and even compiled a list of 50 models that have been reported to achieve that feat! Keep reading to find out which vehicles could meet your needs while also being a good investment!

Subaru Forester

The Subaru Forester was designed with greatness in mind, and it started gaining an impressive reputation as a result of its diverse engine lineup and celebrated 4WD system. The naturally aspirated engines have been known to travel over 250,000 miles. It goes without saying, however, that proper maintenance is critical. Many people have lost faith in Subaru as a manufacturer as a result of the failures of the Legacy and Outback models' in-car technology.

Subaru Forester

Subaru Forester

VW Passat

The Volkswagen Passat remains one of the most popular models in Europe, owing to its functionality and reliability, qualities that most people around the world value. There have been several versions of this model, but the older models are just as good as the newer ones. VW diesel engines are well-known for their reliability and durability, and the new 1.8 Turbo engine continues the legacy of the older ones.

VW Passat
VW Passat

Lexus RX350/450h

If you're looking for a car that can go the distance and then some, you should consider the Lexus RX350/450h. This Lexus model is available in both high-quality gas and hybrid variants, ensuring that you get a dependable vehicle in either case. Although it is not cheap, it is both beautiful and sophisticated, as well as reliable and easy to ride, with the added bonus of being eco-friendly.

Lexus RX350/450h

Lexus RX350/450h

Honda CR-V

If you're looking for a compact crossover with a trustable engine, the Honda CR-V is the car for you. The older models, with their 2.4-liter four-cylinder engines and a variety of other useful features, are also very reliable. If you're looking for something a little more flashy, this car may appear a little too plain for you, but we guarantee that it can easily reach six figures on the clock.

Honda CR-V

Honda CR-V

Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry is one of those cars that no longer needs an introduction, and it has long been one of the top choices for anyone looking for a trustworthy vehicle given its huge popularity. In fact, several Toyota models are noted for their dependability, and it's hard to find a more dependable car right now than the Toyota Camry. However, the list of advantages does not end here.

Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry

Toyota 4Runner

If you want a car that can be used for off-road activities, the Toyota 4Runner is your best choice. Just looking at its tank-like design inspires tough confidence. For good reason, this compact SUV is the top choice of many 4x4 enthusiasts. The 4Runner has the engine for the job, as well as a plethora of off-road capabilities, and despite all of the abuse it may face off-road, it will maintain the force you require.

Toyota 4Runner

Toyota 4Runner

Lincoln Town Car

The Lincoln Town Car shares the same platform as two other models, including the Ford Crown Victoria, but the Lincoln is far more luxurious than the Crown Victoria. However, this also means that the Lincoln Town Car is more expensive than the Crown Victoria. If you have the extra cash for these frilly comforts, by all means, indulge! The car has a 4.6-L V8 engine and hasn't changed much, for better or worse, since it was released 13 years ago.

Lincoln Town Car
Lincoln Town Car
Nissan Titan XD

The Cummins diesel engines made an impression with their notable dependability and durability, and the Nissan Titan XD has these qualities as well. From industrial sites to family vacations, the Titan's name was not given lightly. The 5.6-L V8 petrol engine allows this car to travel long distances without breaking down. However, if you want to be certain and go with something tried and tested, you should consider the Cummins 5.0L V8 Turbo Diesel.

Nissan Titan XD
Nissan Titan XD

Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

Even if you are not a car enthusiast, you are probably aware of the Chevy-Ford rivalry, and the two are currently competing for first place in the performance car segment, and the two are currently tied in terms of market shares in the United States. Chevrolet has a large number of trucks that can compete with Ford's. The Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD, for example, is a tough and dependable truck that will continue to impress. As with the F-250 Super Duty, this model's mileage will easily exceed six figures!

Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
Honda Odyssey

If you need a vehicle for your family members, this is the vehicle for you! The 3.5-L V6 engine in the Honda Odyssey ensures that you will get your 200,000 miles. We won't blame you if you don't like the design of this one, but its impressive features make it a very appealing vehicle. The minivan's wear-resistant engine is paired with a wear-resistant transmission, and if you're looking for a minivan, this is definitely worth considering.

Honda Odyssey
Honda Odyssey
Acura RDX

The following vehicle is likely one of the most reliable crossover SUVs on the market. With a 3.5-liter V6 engine producing 279 horsepower, the Acura RDX powertrain performs admirably. This is one of those cars that, with proper care, should easily exceed the 250,000-mile milestone. It also has a standard 6-speed automatic transmission, which assures excellent fuel economy. In more ways than one, the Acura will take you far!

Acura RDX
Acura RDX
Chevrolet Impala

For many people, the Chevrolet Impala is a dream car. As one of the most reliable cars on the North American market, it has been designed to meet all of your needs, so you shouldn't be shocked that it will cover at least 250,000 miles. The Impala comes standard with an ECOTEC 2.5-liter DOHC 4-cylinder engine, but you can enhance it if you like. The 3-liter DOHC V6 engine produces 305 horsepower and comes with a 6-speed automated transmission.

Chevrolet Impala
Chevrolet Impala
Toyota Corolla

If we're talking about dependable and tough vehicles, the Toyota Corolla is unquestionably an authority. The models from around 1989 may be among the most durable ever built, and this may be due to the excellent engine selection. It makes no difference whether you get the American, European, or JMD version because they are all worth the money. This car is popular among Uber drivers!


Toyota Corolla
Toyota Corolla
Honda Pilot

A quick look around the market will show you that not all glamorous SUVs are good investments in terms of reliability and durability. Fortunately, the Honda Pilot does not fall into that category; there are even first-generation Pilots that are still delivering impressive mileage, and Honda has promised that the new version will be just as reliable; we will just have to wait and see if that promise holds true.


Honda Pilot
Honda Pilot
Audi A4 Allroad

The Audi A4 Allroad is very similar to the VW Passat, which we have already discussed in detail. Both of these models are durable and capable of achieving impressive mileage as long as proper maintenance is performed on a regular basis. Aside from its sleekness and style, what distinguishes the Audi Allroad is a variety of engine options that make it an even more appealing choice for your wheels.

Audi A4 Allroad
Audi A4 Allroad
Scion xB

From what we've heard, Scion is one of those brands that people either love or hate; nonetheless, whichever camp you fall into, the Scion xB is undoubtedly a seriously nice car! So, whatever your feelings about the brand (even if you despise it), this car is really dependable. According to customer comments, it will easily travel up to 250,000 miles if properly maintained.

Scion xB
Nissan Patrol

There are many similarities between the Nissan Patrol and the Toyota Land Cruiser. Both cars appear to be practically indestructible (don't take our word for it! ), and they have some fairly impressive off-road skills and build quality. These are two excellent choices if you want something that can handle the demands of a range of difficult conditions. The Nissan Patrol, on the other hand, is not to be confused with a regular SUV; it was designed to conquer the most challenging terrains.

Nissan Patrol
Nissan Patrol
GMC Sierra 2500HD

If you're looking for a heavy-duty truck, you can consider Ford or Chevy, two of the most well-known brands in the industry. However, we recommend that you look into the GMC Sierra 2500HD as well. Even though it is not as well-known as the other two, it has a strong market presence for good reason. If you need to haul and tow huge items, this model's outstanding engines make it a fantastic choice.

GMC Sierra 2500HD
GMC Sierra 2500HD
Mazda 6

How shall we describe the Mazda 6 to you...? Consider the Camry's dependability, then add to that an even better performance than the Camry, along with a good heavy dose of sleek style, and you'll probably start to get this luxury sedan. It may appear that we are in love with this car, which is not entirely untrue! It certainly delivers on the performance and reliability fronts, which is sadly not always evident in the market nowadays.

Mazda 6
Mazda 6
Toyota Tacoma

For a variety of reasons, the Toyota Tacoma is well worth considering. It has excellent off-road capabilities, as well as off-road gear and payload capacities and rugged good looks. However, it still falls short of its segment competitors. The fuel economy is only average, and the interior space is limited. If properly equipped, Tacoma's towing capacity can reach an impressive 6800 lb, and if you're looking for adventure, you may appreciate the ability to add appearance upgrades as well as heavy-duty suspension.

Toyota Tacoma
Toyota Tacoma
Ford F-250 Super Duty

Take a look at this beast! Just take a look at that insanely high suspension. The F-250 Super Duty is frequently compared to the F-150. Despite the similarities between the two Ford models, the F-250 is larger and has a greater towing capacity. The trucks are designed for heavy-duty use (hence the name), and they are well-equipped to reach high mileage, so they should easily reach 25,000 miles.

Ford F-250 Super Duty
Ford F-250 Super Duty
Toyota Sequoia

Toyota is known for producing tough and dependable SUVs, and Sequoia is no exception. It has a 6-speed automated transmission that complements the 5.7-liter V8 engine wonderfully. It will withstand negligence as well as hard driving conditions, and if properly maintained, it should easily cover 250,000 miles or more. The only disadvantage we can think of is that it consumes a lot of fuel.

Toyota Sequoia
Toyota Sequoia
Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD

The Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD is a tried-and-true heavy-duty truck that is quite popular with its target audience, who happens to be the adventurous sort. To get the most out of it, go with the Duramax® 6.6-liter Turbo-Diesel V8 engine, which comes with a warranty of 250,000 miles or more! However, the standard Vortec® 6.0L petrol V8 engine in the base model can comfortably go thousands of kilometers.

Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD
Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD
Honda Civic

Many similarities exist between the Honda Civic and the Toyota Corolla. The Honda Civic was designed to be a 'no-frills' car with no pretentious promises, and it still is today. It has a solid reputation for dependability and fuel efficiency, allowing you to get to your destination on time. Always a safe bet, the Civic has attracted customers from all over the world with its combination of dependability, customization potential, and quality engines.

Honda Civic
Honda Civic
Chevrolet Equinox

The Chevrolet Equinox is difficult to beat, thanks to its quiet and utilitarian cabin and well-tuned chassis. There are three turbo-four options available to buyers. A six-speed automatic transmission is recommended for the 170 horsepower 1.5-L and 137 horsepower 1.6-L diesel engines, although a 252 horsepower 2.0-L with a nine-speed transmission is also available. Inside, there's a 7-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (with an option for an 8-inch screen). Active safety features like emergency braking and automated lane-keeping assist round out this model.

Chevrolet Equinox
Chevrolet Equinox
Ford F-150
You don't need to search any further if you're seeking a reliable vehicle! The Ford F-150 is also known as "America's Workhorse," due to its great reliability. You can find the F-150 in countless small companies and ranches across the United States, as it has long been the go-to truck for getting the job done! If you take good care of it, it will easily reach 250,000 kilometers and complete several tasks in the process.

Ford F-150
Ford F-150
Saab 9000

We have a true blast from the past here. It's a sad fact that the Saab 9000 is no longer in production because it was a great example of what Swedish automakers could do. It did, however, have a long run, lasting from 1984 to 1998. Although it was not the most beautiful car model, it was certainly dependable, with a good engine lineup and the Fiat Tipo Quattro platform.

Saab 9000
Saab 9000
Toyota Land Cruiser

You can't talk about quality off-road vehicles without mentioning the Toyota Land Cruiser. Although it is not as popular in the United States, it is regarded as one of the best vehicles available in Australia. If you know anything about Australia, you know that it has some of the most rugged and difficult environments in the world. It has a solid tank-like construction, an excellent AWD system, and a powerful 4.2-liter diesel engine.

Toyota Land Cruiser
Toyota Land Cruiser
Toyota Prius

The Toyota Prius is a popular car model that is frequently mentioned when discussing hybrids. The Prius made the list due to its high-reliability ratings, which are largely due to its fantastic hybrid engine, which makes the model almost as good as a Camry. However, if you are on a limited budget, this may not be the best deal for you because, while the engine will last a long time, you may have to replace the battery pack several times.

Toyota Prius
Toyota Prius
VW Golf 4 TDI

The Volkswagen Golf 4 is equipped with 1.9-L TDI engines, which are still among the best VW engines available, and the diesel units are both flexible and robust. These vehicles can easily achieve high mileage and will run smoothly throughout. One of the TDI's most notable features is its diesel engine's silence. The interior is actually quite spacious and comfortable, and it can easily support a family's needs.
VW Golf 4 TDI
VW Golf 4 TDI
Toyota Sienna

The Toyota Sienna is the most reliable minivan on the market. It was built to last and does so excellently, so it clearly deserves a spot on our list. It is extremely well-made and has an excellent 4WD system. It's not often that you hear such high praise for minivans, so if you're looking for one, don't overlook the Sienna. If your family enjoys long road trips and vacations, the Sienna is still a dependable getaway car.

Toyota Sienna
Toyota Sienna
Toyota Highlander

The Toyota Highlander has received a number of updates since its initial design, most notably the expansion of the cabin, as well as a number of other additions. Throughout its development, the manufacturers ensured that it remained as reliable as before. The Highlander's main issues are said to be with its air conditioning system and power tailgate. Furthermore, if cargo capacity is important to you, you should consider the Honda Pilot.

Toyota Highlander.
Toyota Highlander
Ford Taurus

The Ford Taurus could be a decent value if you're willing to put some effort into it. The car's regular maintenance will allow it to comfortably travel over 250,000 miles. Get the 288 horsepower 3.5-L V6 engine for the finest performance and longevity. The 2020 Ford Taurus was completely revamped from the ground up, enhancing the model's already remarkable utility and safety.

Ford Taurus
Ford Taurus
Hyundai Elantra

The Hyundai Elantra is a fantastic car that would likely be higher on our list if there weren't so many similar vehicles on the market. The Elantra has more trunk space than its rivals, as well as a more spacious and well-built cabin, comfortable seats, active safety mechanisms, and high-quality tech features. Consider the Elantra GT, which has the highest rating in its class due to its hatchback design, additional cargo space, and higher power base engine.

Hyundai Elantra
Hyundai Elantra
Subaru Legacy

This car can be proud of its boxer engines, which have a solid reputation for enduring difficult terrain and weather. We highly recommend the Subaru Legacy if you want a car that can easily travel 250,000 miles. It has an all-wheel drive and a 2.5-L or 3.6-L engine with a Lineartronic® CVT transmission. The car has comfortable seats, a luxuriously lofty cabin made of high-quality materials, and a simple infotainment system.

Subaru Legacy
Subaru Legacy
Jeep Wrangler

At first view, this Wrangler may appear to be identical to the previous model, but closer investigation reveals the designers' and engineers' efforts to give it a modern touch while maintaining the Jeep's distinctive look. The 2019 model may have had some steering troubles, with reports of power steering loss on occasion, but the car is otherwise highly trustworthy if you don't mind the poor MPG.

Jeep Wrangler
Jeep Wrangler
Ford Crown Victoria

Any police officer will recognize the Ford Crown Victoria, also known as the "Crown Vic" (or person that spent some time in the back of one). It is most likely one of the world's most well-known police cruisers. It is also one of the most trustworthy. It's not difficult to find a Crown Victoria that has exceeded the 250,000-mile mark, just as there are many that have reached and passed the 500,000-mile mark!

Ford Crown Victoria
Ford Crown Victoria
Dodge Ram Cummins

We are grateful that Dodge and Cummins collaborated after recognizing how much they could both gain from working together, as the result was this impressive, best-selling truck. The more recent Dodge and Ram models are outfitted with Cummins engines, which are known for their dependability. There are two variants to choose from: the 5.9-L turbocharged inline 6 and the updated 6.70-L version, both of which provide plenty of torque, a lot of horsepowers, and overall amazing performance.

Dodge Ram Cummins
Dodge and Cummins
Mercedes-Benz E Class W124

What's cool about this car is that the Mercedes-Benz W124 E Class improved on the W123's original diesel engines. It became a very successful model, known for being the most dependable and long-lasting Mercedes model to date. It is possible to cover 250,000 miles with this model, but you must take good care of it in order to do so. Some people may be put off by the high level of maintenance.

Mercedes-Benz E Class W124
Mercedes-Benz E Class W124
Jeep Grand Cherokee

In terms of off-road capability, this vehicle reigns supreme among mid-size SUVs. It makes a big difference when something is designed with a specific purpose in mind, and the 2016 models were designed specifically for the reasons the Jeep was created and is known for. You can choose between the 295 hp 3.6-L V-6 with an eight-speed automatic and rear-drive as standard, or the 240 hp turbo-diesel V-6 or 360 hp 5.7-L V-8, depending on your needs. The Grand Cherokee also includes a touch screen infotainment system and optional Wi-Fi.

Jeep Grand Cherokee
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Mazda MX-5

Despite the fact that the Mazda Miata MX-5 is a gorgeously nifty sports car, the mileage should be fine if you take proper care of it. There's no reason to doubt it; just keep in mind that it has a 2.0-liter Skyactiv inline-four engine, which is why MX-5 owners must perform regular maintenance. The good news is that its general maintenance is less expensive than that of many other cars in the same class.

Mazda MX-5
Mazda MX-5
Nissan Altima

The capable Nissan Altima is available with two engines: a 270 hp 3.5-L V-a6 or an 182 hp 2.5-L inline-four. Whatever you pay for, a CVT will be standard. It has a spacious and comfortable cabin, as well as notable features like a paddle shifter, stiffer suspension tuning, and unique wheels, as well as advanced safety features like rear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, and emergency braking; many of which you wouldn't normally get for free with a regular-to-mid-size vehicle.

Nissan Altima
Nissan Altima







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