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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Top 5 Big Luxury Cars that Last 300000 Miles

Top 5 Trucks That Last 400000 Miles

Top 5 Compact Trucks That Last 300000 Miles

Top 5 Sport Utility Vehicles That Last 300000 Miles

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    • Frank Castle
      Frank Castle

      My 2012 Prius took a shit at 225000 miles

      about 20 hours ago
    • yogiyoda

      Bought my 07 Accord V6 new. Still running strong. It's just a baby with 120,000 miles though.

      about 2 days ago
    • John R
      John R

      Accord transmission issues?

      about 3 days ago
    • Anthony Lovato
      Anthony Lovato

      My 1991 Honda accord has 324k miles on it

      about 8 days ago
    • Joshua Wohlers
      Joshua Wohlers

      I am related to him

      about 14 days ago
    • CarsThatLast
      CarsThatLast In reply to Joshua Wohlers

      Hey yes you are. 😁

      about 14 days ago
    • Daniel Bargas
      Daniel Bargas

      Volvo b23? Mercedes om617,? vw 1.9 tdi? Toyota 22re?

      about 15 days ago
    • allgoo19

      Otherwise known as Japanese car.(mostly)

      about 23 days ago
    • allgoo19

      A cat that lasts over 300 miles.

      about 23 days ago
    • UpRoaryus

      I bought my 5th gen civic coupe new in 1995 - some jerk stole it LAST YEAR. Who tf steals a 25 year old car??

      Honda makes hella good engines. I could have gone another 150k easy, but they gutted her for the transmission. I'm hoping my Crz will treat me just as well now, as it's the only car that I liked as much as my civic.

      about 28 days ago
    • Nhem Panha
      Nhem Panha

      I need your car

      about 1 month ago
    • Lil Peep
      Lil Peep

      Drive a 1997 Lincoln town car signature series 160,000 miles still runs great

      about 1 month ago
    • David Knigge
      David Knigge

      The door on the Mustang in the background is a slightly different color.

      about 1 month ago
    • Officer Orange cheetolini
      Officer Orange cheetolini

      I have 205k on my 03 crown Vic

      about 1 month ago
    • Leo Fisher
      Leo Fisher


      about 1 month ago
    • alan Rosado
      alan Rosado

      bro that cat is crazy cool

      about 2 months ago
    • CULVER98

      500000 all original tranny and motor 2008 Town Car.

      about 2 months ago
    • explorehunter

      @Graeme Yetts 
      It has more to do with culture. Japanese Vs American culture. Unlike American culture Japanese culture plans for long future, say for next 10years.
      Most of American/European companies are about projecting yearly or in some case even monthly profits. So they cut quality for short term profit to project.

      about 2 months ago
    • Jerry C
      Jerry C

      ROFL the moment you said Prius I knew you list was complete shit

      about 2 months ago
    • stacell lopez
      stacell lopez

      Are the SI 8th generation of the Honda Civic included work the coolant issues?

      about 2 months ago
    • Ronald Turcios
      Ronald Turcios

      I have 2008 400.00 miles still running

      about 2 months ago
    • Tim O'Brien
      Tim O'Brien

      The Prius scares the hell out of me not because of the batteries but because of the generator.. If it burns out it is so expensive and labor intensive to fix that you would have to junk it.. The car won't run without the generator.. The engine has no alternator so the motor won't start.. l have seen a Prius having a solar panel in the back window to charge the motor battery so it will run.. This might be a solution for daytime driving but what about night time? Maybe a running gas generator in the back of the car?

      about 2 months ago

      My 2003 dodge grand caravan has 397,000 on it. Original engine and transmission. Replaced water pump and radiator. That's all major repair done. Every thing else was basic maintenance

      about 2 months ago
    • Michael Wallace
      Michael Wallace

      That’s a chunky cat lol . Looks like our cat. Thanks for the info

      about 2 months ago
    • Boris Savic
      Boris Savic

      I have 2001 ford focu and it has 368996 but it is in perfect condition

      about 2 months ago
    • bevie ayson
      bevie ayson

      I have a 1984 OPEL REKORD 2L GO Automatic and the mileage is currently on 384 000 kilometres. What's that in miles. My OPEL Record is a wonderful car. Still runs perfectly every day.

      about 3 months ago
    • Philthy Phil
      Philthy Phil

      I have an old grand marquis, 170k I hope to get another 100k out of it. But it is like riding a couch down the highway, I love it.

      about 3 months ago
    • R B
      R B

      Toyota Prius should have been listed as number 1.

      about 3 months ago
    • Marlon Johnson
      Marlon Johnson

      Camry should be number one and not Accord. Accord transmission issue was worst than any Camry issue. There could even be case for Corolla at number one also.

      about 3 months ago
    • Think Again
      Think Again

      I have been to AbuDhabi, UAE. They generally use manual-shift Toyota Corolla and Nissan Sunny (Centra) for Taxicab. I saw many of those having over 1,000,000 km on them with the original engine and the transmission. The drivers told me that the odometer stopped counting after it reached 999,999 km about 6 months ago or 8 months ago.

      Question: Do they build different kind of better engines for that part of the world? I could not find the reason.......can you?

      about 3 months ago
    • Mikethecabbie

      The only surprise to me is the Lincoln... The Prius was great a a taxi; ask it nicely, and you could get 60-70 miles to a UK gallon, but an entertaining drive it certainly was not. I took five years to kill a Mazda 6 as a taxi, and saw it up to 365,000 miles. The mechanic swore up and down that it had to be on it's second engine, because "no car has the right to near-perfect emissions test results at 365,000 miles"... It was the wearing out of braking system parts and the imminent (and arbitrary) use-by date from the Licensing Authority that rendered it uneconomical to continue.

      about 3 months ago