296,509 Miles The Sequoia boasts exceptional reliability, with one percent of all models still on the road reaching impressive mileage levels, surpassing 296,509 miles, according to iSeeCars.
280,236 Miles Renowned for its ruggedness and reliability, the Toyota Land Cruiser has earned its reputation as one of the most dependable production vehicles, with the top 1 percent of Land Cruisers achieving at least 280,236 miles.
265,732 Miles Chevy's solid body-on-frame truck, the Suburban, showcases lasting reliability, with the top 1 percent of models traveling over 265,000 miles over the last two decades.
256,022 Miles As the longest-lasting pickup truck on this list, the Toyota Tundra blends Toyota's renowned reliability with the toughness required for a pickup, with the top 1 percent of Tundras achieving 256,022 miles or more.
252,360 Miles Sharing many parts with the Suburban, the luxurious Yukon XL demonstrates comparable reliability, with the top 1 percent of models surpassing 252,360 miles, according to iSeeCars.
250,601 Miles One of the two non-SUVs on the list, the Toyota Prius impresses with its ability to reach hundreds of thousands of miles without major issues, with the top 1 percent of Priuses hitting over a quarter-million miles.
250,338 Miles Similar to the Suburban, the Chevy Tahoe exhibits remarkable longevity, with the top 1 percent of Tahoes achieving 250,338 miles or more, according to iSeeCars.
248,669 Miles Honda's reputation for reliability extends to its Ridgeline pickup, with the top 1 percent of H-branded pickups reaching at least 248,669 miles.
245,710 Miles Despite its discontinuation in 2022, the Toyota Avalon remains the only sedan on the list, thanks to its Toyota reliability, with the top 1 percent of Avalons hitting 245,710 miles.
244,994 Miles Joining the Prius as one of the hybrid representatives on the list, the Toyota Highlander Hybrid, a unibody SUV, showcases its durability, with the top 1 percent of models achieving at least 244,994 miles.