The Allpar 200,000 Mile Club
We were the first 200,000 mile club on the Web, and we remain the largest. The average car on this list has 260,000 miles; and the most popular years are the 1990s. 1994 is the most popular year.
Featured high mileage cars and trucks
The latest cars and trucks with over 200,000 miles (current total: 4782)
(In order of modification, not entry).
1999 Dodge CARAVAN (3.3)
Owner: JOHN GARCIA • Mileage: 289,000 Miles • Added: 2010-10-23 • Modified: 2015-01-26
Major Repairs: OIL PUMP,TIMING CHAIN
Comments: BEST CAR EVER.ORIGINAL ENGINE AND TRANNY.
1998 Dodge Dakota (3.9 V6 42re auto)
Owner: Joshua Marucha • Mileage: 226,200 Miles • Added: 2014-12-23 • Modified: 2015-01-23
Comments: i have put over 20,000 miles on it and no major repairs
1996 Other Metro (1.3, Auto)
Owner: Mike Carpenter • Mileage: 211,345 Miles • Added: 2015-01-20 • Modified: 2015-01-23
Major Repairs: Engine/Transmission replaced
1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee (5.2L, 46RH, NP249)
Owner: Roger Cole • Mileage: 288,887 Miles • Added: 2015-01-20 • Modified: 2015-01-23
Major Repairs: Major? Drivers door replaced due to cracked sheet metal around latch. Engine supposedly replaced by previous owner.
Comments: Survivor originally from Georgia, only rust are some small spots on passenger side rocker.
1997 Dodge Ram 1500 (6.2L atomatic 4wd)
Owner: michael mcguire • Mileage: 410,500 Miles • Added: 2014-11-12 • Modified: 2015-01-18
Major Repairs: no major repairs. the engine has never been apart.
Comments: this truck has the original engine and trany never been apart.
the heads have not been taken off.
1994 Dodge 1500 ram pick up (engine 5.9/trans a518-re46/2 wheel dr auto)
Owner: jason farrell • Mileage: 220,000 Miles • Added: 2015-01-03 • Modified: 2015-01-18
1999 Dodge Durango (5.2 v8 automatic and four wheel drive)
Owner: Stan Wright • Mileage: 201,000 Miles • Added: 2015-01-05 • Modified: 2015-01-18
Major Repairs: water pump,lifters
Comments: has had a piston slap after warmed up for over 25000 miles
1996 Dodge Ram 2500 (5.9 L 12 valve Cummins diesel with an automatic transmission)
Owner: Mark Hough • Mileage: 410,000 Miles • Added: 2013-09-15 • Modified: 2014-12-29
Major Repairs: Transmission at 273,000
Comments: Replaced fuel injectors with Cummins spec and retimed the fuel pump, gr1Beatly increasing power output.
1934 Plymouth Pickup (Do nor recall)
Owner: Scott Dunham • Mileage: 210,000 Miles • Added: 2014-12-16 • Modified: 2014-12-29
Major Repairs: None
Comments: My Grandfather gave me this Plymouth as my first car when he moved from Calif. to Utah and it was a rainy blustery day and the windshield wipers weren't up to the task that day so we made the trip in my father's 1945 Chrysler New Yorker. I drove the Pickup for about six months then my Grandpa said he could sure use it so we drove it out to him and he used it till he passed away from a stroke the next summer. Many great memories.
2000 Dodge Intrepid (2.7L)
Owner: beth duesbout • Mileage: 240,000 Miles • Added: 2014-12-22 • Modified: 2014-12-29
Major Repairs: just front end wear and tear, still original motor and tranmission.
Comments: I have read that most 2.7 didn't last past 100K miles.
1995 Dodge Ram (318)
Owner: beth duesbout • Mileage: 299,018 Miles • Added: 2014-12-23 • Modified: 2014-12-29
Major Repairs: replaced the transmission at 200K due to over working it hauling loads of hay.
Comments: Bought a new Dodge Ram, my old one sits in the garage, and still starts right up after sitting. Reason for replacing this truck was due to getting the "dodge death wobble" we replaced a lot of the front end, but after replacing the trak bar we got a bad vibration running it at 70 mph, at that point we decided it was time to buy a new one.
2008 Dodge D-1500 2 wheel positive traction (3.7 v-6 automatic transmission)
Owner: John Countryman • Mileage: 273,678 Miles • Added: 2014-12-27 • Modified: 2014-12-29
Major Repairs: fuel pump 210000 miles
Comments: Very reliable, still drive everyday 150 to 200 miles. 100000 mile between brake jobs
Chrysler’s own High Milers club
If you travel 100,000 miles inside a Chrysler vehicle, the company they may reward you with a 100,000 mile license plate frame and a letter of appreciation. The frame appears to be made of a heavy pewter; there are different ones for people with higher mileage, e.g. the 200,000 mile club and on up. See Chrysler’s own instructions!