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Consumer Reports' 10 cars proven to be able to reach 200,000 miles or more

Looking for a car, SUV, minivan or truck that will last for the long haul? Consumer Reports looked at which cars are the most likely to reach 200,000 miles.

The magazine recently identified which cars survey respondents reported to have reached 200,000 miles, and then ranked them in descending order by the percentage of those with zero claimed problems in the past 12 months. While many other models also reached 200,000 miles, they also may have required significant repairs to reach that point.

See the full list below:

Toyota Camry

The 2018 Toyota Camery is one of America's
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Toyota had 6 vehicles on the list, led off by the midsize Camry. 

Honda Accord

2018 HONDA ACCORD Base price is $23,570; the
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Honda had 3 models on the list, with the midsize Accord being one of those selected.

Toyota Prius

The Toyota Prius Prime, a plug-in gas-electric hybrid,
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The hybrid Prius is on Consumer Reports' list of cars proven to make it to 200,000 miles.


Honda CR-V

This Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016, photo shows the
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Honda's small SUV, the CR-V is on the list.

Toyota Sienna

The 2013 Toyota Sienna at the Long Island
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The lone minivan among the 10 cars proven to get to 200,000 miles is Toyota's Sienna, according to Consumer Reports.

Honda Civic

2017 Honda Civic Hatchback returns after 12 years,
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The compact Civic made the list as one of the 10 cars proven to get to 200,000 miles.

Toyota Corolla

2017 Toyota Corolla LE Eco 03
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Another compact, the Toyota Corolla, also made Consumer Reports' cut.

Toyota 4Runner

This is a Toyota, 4Runner for a Tom
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Toyota's rugged SUV, the 4Runner, made the list.

Toyota Highlander

2017 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER LIMITED, Base price: $43,140 with
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Toyota's midsize SUV, the Highlander, also made the cut.

Ford F-150

2018 Ford F-150 Media Drive - All-new 3.3-liter
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The lone U.S. manufacturer model on the list, as well as the only pickup truck, is Ford's F-150.


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