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These cars are most likely to last 200,000 miles (or more)

Most of the longest-lasting vehicles on this list are SUVs.

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Vehicles are lasting longer than ever before, but it's still top of mind for buyers to get a vehicle that will go the distance. The benchmark in this analysis by iSeeCars was 200,000 miles. The company analyzed data from 13.6 million vehicles to determine which are most likely to reach that mileage mark, and beyond.

The average vehicle has just one percent of that model reach the 200,000-mile mark. Eight full-size SUVs account for the majority of the overall longest-lasting list with the Toyota Land Cruiser earning the top spot. Large SUVs and pickup trucks tend to last the longest, which makes sense because many large SUVs share much of their engineering and parts with pickup trucks.

Scroll down to see the full list of the longest-lasting vehicles by segment.

Full-Size SUV: Toyota Land Cruiser

2020 Toyota Land Cruiser

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A whopping 15.7 percent of Land Cruisers reach the 200,000-mile mark. That's 3.7 times more than other large SUVs.

Midsize SUV: Toyota 4Runner

2020 Toyota 4Runner Trail

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Just 3.7 percent of Toyota 4Runners see their odometers hit 200,000 miles according to iSeeCars data.

Compact SUV: Honda CR-V

2020 Honda CR-V

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Very few compact SUVs hit 200,000 miles. Of all the models, the Honda CR-V takes the crown with 1.1 percent of them hitting the mark.

Full-Size Truck: Toyota Tundra

2020 Toyota Tundra

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The Toyota Tundra is known for its long lasting qualities and the numbers support the stereotype. According to iSeeCars, 2.9 percent of them reach 200,000 miles.

Compact Truck: Honda Ridgeline

2020 Honda Ridgeline

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The top-ranked Honda Ridgeline is more than twice as likely than the average truck to reach 200,000 miles. Three percent of them reach 200,000 miles.

Luxury Full Size SUV: Lincoln Navigator

2018 Lincoln Navigator

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The Lincoln Navigator isn't just a pretty face or smooth ride. It's also in it for the long haul with 2.6 percent of them still running after 200,000 miles.

Luxury Midsize SUV: Acura MDX

2020 Acura MDX

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Few luxury midsize SUVs are on the road long enough to reach 200,000 miles. With just 1.6 percent of Acura MDX models on the road hitting that milestone.

Luxury Compact SUV: BMW X3

2020 BMW X3

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Few compact SUVs are still on the road after 200,000 miles and even fewer luxury compact SUVs make the cut. BMW wins this category with just 0.6 percent of X3 models reaching the milestone.

Large Sedan: Toyota Avalon

2019 Toyota Avalon

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The percentage of Toyota Avalons that are still on the road after 200,000 miles is nearly the same as the Toyota Tundra - 2.6 percent.

Midsize Sedan: Honda Accord

2020 Honda Accord

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iSeeCars says that 1.8 percent of Honda Accords see their odometers flip over to 200,000 miles.

Small Sedan: Honda Civic

2019 Honda Civic

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More Honda Civics hit the milestone than Accords, with 2.3 percent of them reaching 200,000 miles of use.

Sports Car: Audi TT

2020 Audi TT

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There isn't a lot of data available on Audi TTs reaching 200,000 so iSeeCars used vehicles that have reached at least 150,000 miles on the odometer to predict the model as the winner. They project 4.1 percent of them will hit the 200,000-mile mark.

Minivan: Honda Odyssey

2019 Honda Odyssey

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Honda Odysseys get a lot of their miles hauling kids and their school supplies, sports equipment, and band instruments back and forth. A solid 2.7 percent of them have 200,000 miles on them.

Electric Vehicle: Tesla Model S

2019 Tesla Model S

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Few Tesla Model S models haven't reached the 200,000-mile mark. iSeeCars estimated that the model would have 2.3 percent of the cars reach the mark based on current usage rates.

Hybrid SUV: Toyota Highlander Hybrid

2020 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

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Toyota easily takes the win in this category with 2.1 times more Highlander Hybrids still on the road after 200,000 miles than its segment average. At the milestone, 4.2 percent of them will still be on the road.

Hybrid Car: Toyota Prius

2020 Toyota Prius

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Two percent of Toyota Prius models make their way to the 200,000-mile mark according to iSeeCars.

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