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Longest Lasting Cars on the Road

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10. Toyota Prius
> Pct. of cars over 200,000 miles: 3.9%

The $26,000 Toyota Prius is famous for being the first mass-produced gasoline-electric hybrid passenger vehicle when it was introduced in Japan in 1997 and worldwide in 2001. The market is now full of hybrid options, and Prius’ long reign as Toyota’s top-selling hybrid ended in 2019.

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9. Toyota Avalon
> Pct. of cars over 200,000 miles: 3.9%

This $37,000 full-size car is one of only two sedans on this list. Despite garnering positive reviews, the Avalon is not as popular as the Toyota Camry midsize car and Corolla compact, and the 2022 model year will be its last as consumers pivot away from sedans toward crossovers SUVs.

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8. Toyota Tundra
> Pct. of cars over 200,000 miles: 4.0%

The $38,000 Toyota Tundra is one of two pickup trucks to make the list. The other is the smaller Honda Ridgeline. The 2022 Tundra receives praise for its powertrain and suspension as well as a long bed, in Toyota’s bid to grab market share from U.S. pickup truck makers.

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7. Chevrolet Tahoe
> Pct. of cars over 200,000 miles: 4.4%

The $52,000 Chevrolet Tahoe and $54,000 GMC Yukon are fundamentally the same despite wielding different General Motors badges. The full-size SUVs share the same architecture and most body parts. The differences are superficial, in their so-called “soft parts,” like headlight, grille, bumper, and interior styles.

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6. Ford Expedition
> Pct. of cars over 200,000 miles: 4.5%

The $53,000 Ford Expedition receives high praise for its massive interior space but gets tepid reviews for its fuel economy among gas-guzzling full-size SUVs. Ford is working to introduce more hybrid and fully electric vehicles, and the future Expedition is likely to be one to be one of them since it shares powertrain with the F-150 pickup truck, which is already available as a hybrid.

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