This video will show you the top 5 cars that last over 300,000 miles. Data is compiled based on cars currently for sale with more than 300,000 across the United States.

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Looking for more cars? Check out some of my other videos below:
Top 5 Small Cars That Last 300000 Miles: automobilrevue.net/v/SEdaT1lUZUxNMms

5 Car Brands Unlikely to Last 300000 Miles:
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8 Cars from the 1980's That Last 300000 Miles
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Top 5 Cargo Vans That Last 300000 Miles
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Top 5 Big Luxury Cars that Last 300000 Miles
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Top 5 Trucks That Last 400000 Miles
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Top 5 Compact Trucks That Last 300000 Miles
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Top 5 Sport Utility Vehicles That Last 300000 Miles
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Comments

    • bigwo56
      bigwo56

      Yeah, i own a 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder, 230,000 miles, 2nd owner, original engine & tranny. No leaks, smoking, or rattling! Fun to drive too, being a drop-top.. Only paid around 2g for the thing with 188,000 miles. W/pump, t-belt and motor mounts replaced. Only weak spot so far is a/c compressor. Replaced 1 a year for the last 3 years. Other than that, starts EVERY time, and would not hesitate to drive 300-400 miles any time!

      about 2 days ago
    • Justin Campbell
      Justin Campbell

      I have a 2005 Honda Accord and I've had to replace the transmission. Very expensive.

      about 5 days ago
    • Amazon Kindle
      Amazon Kindle

      02 Ford Focus 235K; 1.Focus, 2.Civic, 3.Corolla original engine and trans

      about 5 days ago
    • ginger elvira
      ginger elvira

      MY 2012 Ford Focus hatchback has 307,000 and change

      about 5 days ago
    • Virak Thong
      Virak Thong In reply to ginger elvira

      ginger elvira my Camry Hybrid 2009 has 435000 miles as a Taxi and still have no problem.

      about 4 days ago
    • Isuf Bytyqi
      Isuf Bytyqi

      Don’t forget the PONTIAC VIBE I still have mine from 04 with 350k miles and still running 🙂..

      about 9 days ago
    • Ruth Syversen
      Ruth Syversen

      The Lincoln Town Car is not Japanese !!!

      about 10 days ago
    • Mike Hunt
      Mike Hunt

      I have 4 million miles on my Toyota Tundra.

      about 12 days ago
    • Isuf Bytyqi
      Isuf Bytyqi In reply to Mike Hunt

      BS prove it!

      about 9 days ago
    • sean9522
      sean9522

      The 4 cylinder engine in my 2008 Toyota Camry (2.4l) has a timing chain not belt. Whew.

      about 12 days ago
    • stephlovekfc
      stephlovekfc

      Hi guys me and my father we  brought an Acura TL 2005 1500$ with 300 000 km and the car transmission had an issue there is a delay when i put to drive and now the car can drive for a good 5-10 and i cant drive it anymore idk what to do with the car i really love it. Should i scrap it, sell the piece, or repair the transmission and sell it? its an automatic my father want me to keep it but i feel like i will have futur problem with this car even my father said its a great car to keep. Any greats reliable car?. Willing to pay around 5-7k. Thanks everyone have a great day !

      about 17 days ago
    • IntuitionPCS
      IntuitionPCS

      I just bought a 97 Camry with low miles 170k for $500 other than clear coat painting like all of them on the fender and the whole Hood that now has a hole and some other visual not appealing things and dirty interior the car for its age.. 20 years old that runs better than my previous 2008 Ford focus with 49000 miles.. I never liked Camrys especially this green color because as you say vanilla / Grandma car but actually it's pretty quick, very comfortable and those cars have struts on the rear. nowadays they have shocks crapy handling.. I rented a 2014 and my 97 floats like a boat on water and yes it's all original suspension and I am in New York City of massive pain holes..that's how I bought my Ford focus and destroyed it literally less than a year, first rear suspension broke I put new shocks then the front struts broke I let It go as is then the rack and pinion broke then the power steering pump broke and then the transmission blew up the only at 68000 miles wonderful experience but I loved the car extremely.. and this camry is still going

      about 18 days ago
    • IntuitionPCS
      IntuitionPCS

      Why are you surprised about the Lincoln Town car..in New York was used for limo and car service and they went up to 600k miles np..in fact when my father lost his business he bought in 93 Lincoln Town car (2nd ..he had one before for the limo then started a business and lost his business) from my uncle who had many for car service business. The car came from a limo company which had three accidents with 130k he bought it for his car service which had another 4 accident and then It was just parked and my dad bought it for $200. Car had 700000 miles and my dad used it for a year+ as temp car when it died after very very hard abuse he did after all of the abuse it had in its life on top of that..died at 809k and not the engine nothing else just transmission..in fact we had to weld parts to the car like bumper fenders cuz they were just pulling off on the highway and on the bridge but it was still going! That's a Lincoln Town car

      about 18 days ago
    • Kenneth Barlow
      Kenneth Barlow

      The biggest destroyers of good cars are owners who never change the oil or allow the car to overheat. My 1993 BMW 325is has 300,000 miles and still goes 125+ MPH. When it idles sometimes you can't even hear it from a distance.

      about 18 days ago
    • Victor Rippe
      Victor Rippe

      I bought a 2010 Hyundai sonata with 372.000miles a year ago now it has 384.000 and still runs great.

      about 18 days ago
    • Zidane 5
      Zidane 5

      I have a Proton Wira year 1999,mileage already 500000,still running great. Original engine. No overhaul until today.

      about 18 days ago
    • Coffee Now
      Coffee Now

      Try taking your Prius to an auto parts store and see if anyone will stick their hands in to change a bulb.......

      about 18 days ago
    • dave boydell
      dave boydell

      A friend of mine has a 1987 ford Taurus with over 450,000 still runs great!

      about 18 days ago
    • Walter Griffith
      Walter Griffith

      I have a 2008 kia rio with 300k miles still kills and the paint is just now fading

      about 18 days ago
    • David Juarez
      David Juarez

      Hahaha sorry Chevy lover's you guys suck! Garbage! Ford made it on here. Love my FORD!

      about 19 days ago
    • Eric Hannes
      Eric Hannes

      I'm considering a Prius.

      about 19 days ago
    • Kingkhon 187
      Kingkhon 187

      My Honda crv has 230k miles and the tranny went out. Smh

      about 19 days ago
    • Lam Nguyen
      Lam Nguyen

      I owned few cars AMERICAN, GERMAN, JAPANESE, ITALIAN, ENGLISH, SWEDISH, it is a man not the car , just take care of it, it will take care of you. Every car I have is over 400 thousand miles

      about 19 days ago
    • Richard Dalmau
      Richard Dalmau

      If you go to south or central america, Toyota Carolla #1 ...they just dont die, they are used like a passenger Buses and fits 7 people counting with the driver.....it also runs on any propane Gas as well as gasoline..... With more than 1.000.000 miles.

      about 19 days ago
    • juan reyes
      juan reyes

      i almost forgot i still have the same original engine and transmition on it ,i have no problem bowing down to the japanese people lol

      about 19 days ago
    • juan reyes
      juan reyes

      600 000 mi+ how is that for reliable ? i do uber with my corolla 08 i put 7 000 mi + a month on average i start it with 90 000 mi already and still runing and sounding even better than vehicles with far less milage i used lucas products especially at every oil change which in my case is every month

      about 19 days ago
    • Yeremy Gutierrez
      Yeremy Gutierrez

      You forgot the Toyota Corolla

      about 20 days ago
    • Peter Hewel
      Peter Hewel

      I know a taxi service that has 4 Hyundai Elantras. They range from 1999-2001. All but one is a Sedan, one is a wagon. All have 2.0l 4 cylinders. They retired a 1997 Elantra 1.8l last year with 300,000 on it. All have 200,000-250,000 miles. They have a 1998 Hyundai Sonata also with the 2.0l engine. I detail these cars twice a year. They still run fine.

      about 20 days ago
    • 7316bobe
      7316bobe

      I have a 1993 Toyota Corolla and it has done 309,000 KMs. No problems from the motor EVER and the auto gearbox is still going ok. I have had the timing belt changed when it is needed and I have had the valve shims done and that is it. Just a great car.

      about 21 day ago
    • Matt Johnson
      Matt Johnson

      my 91 bmw 525i has 565k original motor and tranny i do all the maintenance and work on it myself

      about 21 day ago
    • Hillary Lubangakene
      Hillary Lubangakene

      hi henry

      about 21 day ago
    • Hillary Lubangakene
      Hillary Lubangakene In reply to Hillary Lubangakene

      Ow yes thank you

      about 21 day ago
    • CarsThatLast
      CarsThatLast In reply to Hillary Lubangakene

      +Hillary Lubangakene You mean a Mazda MX-5?

      about 21 day ago
    • Hillary Lubangakene
      Hillary Lubangakene In reply to Hillary Lubangakene

      Can you please do something about Amanzda mx5 Edwin nice one I had one in Uganda agreat family car

      about 21 day ago
    • Hillary Lubangakene
      Hillary Lubangakene In reply to Hillary Lubangakene

      Haha lol nice one

      about 21 day ago
    • CarsThatLast
      CarsThatLast In reply to Hillary Lubangakene

      Meow

      about 21 day ago
    • chuck love
      chuck love

      { Had the Camry been assembled outside of Kentucky it would have been listed as # one }

      about 22 days ago