From pickups to crossovers and economy cars, these models have all been proven to easily cross the 200,000-mile mark.
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If you have a family and need a reliable vehicle, then the Corolla should be your first port of call. The car is spacious and provides a comfortable ride.
Buyers who want a sportier, yet affordable version can opt for the SE, which has great suspension and better handling than the standard model.
The engine is usually quiet but can get rowdy when you push it to higher revs and can achieve an average fuel economy of 32 mpg.
It may not be an exceptionally fast vehicle since it needs 7.1 seconds to reach 0 to 60 mph with a top speed of 129 mph, but the RX 350 has a strong engine that will endure arduous road trips.
The eight-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive are standard, but the all-wheel drive is optional.
The cabin of the vehicle looks rich, and the manufacturer took a technological leap when it fitted the vehicle.
The RX 350 will set you back $44,000 unless you decide to upgrade to the 450h which is a hybrid variant of the RX
The best part about the new model is that it has unbelievable fuel consumption. The additional advantages of this model are that the handling is responsive, and the ride is more comfortable.
The running costs of the vehicle are low, and you can drive the car solely on electric power if you wish.
The engine of the new model is quieter, but the seats offer mediocre support, and the tire noise is noticeable.
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The Maxima is not as popular as the smaller Altima, but it has proven to be reliable since the mechanical components are from the same shelf.
If you regularly maintain the vehicle, seeing more than 200,000 miles on the dashboard will be a reality, and its 300 hp makes it rather fast too.
The car needs 5.7 seconds to reach 0 to 60 mph, and drivers can expect to get 21 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway without spending more than $38,000 for a brand-spanking-new one.
If you need a convertible vehicle that is reliable and has great fuel economy without settling for a boring driving experience, then the MX-5 is a perfect choice.
This sporty ride will dash past 200,000 miles on the clock while allowing you to enjoy 26 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway.
We awarded the 2021 model year Miata the title of "Best Japanese Sports Car of 2021".
The latest ND Miata comes with a 2.0-liter naturally-aspirated four-banger, as well as a 6-speed manual transmission without exceeding the $30,000 price point.
The lavish SUV indulges passengers with an elegant interior, a 440-horsepower twin-turbo V6 engine, as well as a 10-speed automatic transmission
The standard features on the vehicle are heated seats, a digitized dashboard, 20-inch wheels, and genuine-wood interior trimmings. At a base price of $81,000000, owners of the vehicle will get 16 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway.
Drivers who want a reliable SUV but do not have deep pockets to afford the Navigator can opt for the CR-V. The car has a roomy cabin, great handling, and most importantly, a reliable engine.
The Japanese manufacturer did not disappoint with the fuel economy either, as the car provides 29 mpg overall.
Honda suppressed the road noise well, and the cabin is quiet.
Passengers will find ample space inside the vehicle, especially in the rear seats.
The infotainment system is a 7-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. The base price of a new Honda CR-V is $28,000.
American drivers are impressed by the Yukon as the car has proven to tolerate innumerable miles. It may not be the most fuel-efficient vehicle on the list since it provides only 14 mpg in the city and 22 mpg, but the Yukon confers style and comfort.
The vehicle reaches o to 60 mph in 7.1 seconds, and the 5.3-liter V8 engine pumps out 355 horsepower.
One of the best features of the vehicle is that it offers seating for eight and has a maximum tow rating of 8,300 pounds with an optional all-wheel drive, and starts at $52,000.
The base engine is a 2.0-liter four-pot but is also offered with an optional 180 hp 1.5-liter turbocharged one. Both of the engines provide great fuel economy, but the turbo delivers better performance.
The handling of the vehicle is reliable while the ride is comfortable, and the interior provides ample space.
The car has a low stance, meaning tall persons will have to bend over to get into the vehicle.
Whether you decide to buy the base model, the Si, or even the hardcore Type-R, you'll be buying a car that'll last a lifetime.
Drivers with deep pockets who want style, luxury, and reliability should choose the Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
With an average price of beyond $50,000 for the new models, drivers will be delighted to know they are getting their money's worth with used E-Classes since these will easily go beyond 200,000 miles.
The handsome design and the striking interior with a slew of new safety features will have most drivers salivating.
The E-Class might not be as luxurious and tech-focused as the S-Class, but it is much more reliable, more affordable, and still boasts a semi-limousine interior.
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