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1951-64 Plymouth Savoy

The Allpar 200,000 Mile Club: 4918 cars and trucks

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: 4918)

(In order of modification, not entry).

2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Sport (360cid automatic, 2wd)

Owner: Travis Gapp • Mileage: 239,087 Miles • Added: 2017-05-14 • Modified: 2017-05-19

Major Repairs: Transmission replaced several times.
Water pump replaced 237k.
Dashboard, collapsed and cracked, replaced.

Comments: Consumes 1 quart of per 3000 miles. Run high mileage brand name oils. No oil leaks on pavement. Vehicle tows and is driven hard. Headers, K&N intake, NGK plugs, mopar wires, dual exhaust. Very good paint. Cracks developed in roof about 200k. Many suspension parts replaced throughout its life due to driving style. No rust from California originally now in PNW. Electrical working well. Door seals beginning to separate.

2003 Dodge Neon (2.0 liter 4 cylinder. 40TE automatic transaxle)

Owner: Allan Carlson • Mileage: 300,054 Miles • Added: 2017-04-25 • Modified: 2017-04-28

Major Repairs: Transmission rebuild at 107,000 miles. A C compressor replaced at 267,650 miles. Replaced head gasket at 282,635 miles.

Comments: Oil consumption of 1/2 quart per 5000 miles.

1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee (4.0l)

Owner: Darryl Lewis • Mileage: 263,578 Miles • Added: 2017-04-26 • Modified: 2017-04-28

Major Repairs: Rebuild Transmission, and Transfer Case


2002 Dodge Durango R/T (5.9L Gas 46RFE with 3.90 gears)

Owner: Chad Lorentz • Mileage: 316,241 Miles • Added: 2017-04-02 • Modified: 2017-04-03

Major Repairs: Heater core, Transmission, Front Drive Shaft, Water Pump, ECM, Fuel Pump

Comments: I love driving my Durango every day.. Still holding up well..

2011 Dodge Challenger R/T Plus (5.7L Hemi, 6 speed manual transmission.)

2011 - Challenger R/T Plus

Owner: Dennis Bray • Mileage: 220,032 Miles • Added: 2017-03-20 • Modified: 2017-04-01

Major Repairs: Replaced Water Pump, Alternator, Fuel Pumps,

Comments: My daily driver. I love this car!

2001 Dodge Caravan (3.3l)

Owner: Alex Snitman • Mileage: 285,256 Miles • Added: 2017-03-24 • Modified: 2017-03-24

Major Repairs: Radiator, starter, water pump twice


1998 Dodge Neon Sport coupe (DOHC 2.0, 5 speed, coupe, sport)

Owner: don s. • Mileage: 279,863 Miles • Added: 2017-03-20 • Modified: 2017-03-20

Major Repairs: clutch, wiring and a PCM,

Comments: rust,hard to get parts for this cars body, this little car just keeps on running. still verry fast and will make many drop their jaws when I pass em. 40 mpg on highway!! origional alt,ps,starter,engine never opened(exc. cam cover gskt), halfshafts.

2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser Limited Edition (4 cylinder, Automatic)

Owner: Randall Hatcher • Mileage: 200,090 Miles • Added: 2017-03-20 • Modified: 2017-03-20

Major Repairs: None


2004 Chrysler Town & Country LX (6 cylinder automatic)

Owner: Randall Hatcher • Mileage: 320,000 Miles • Added: 2017-03-20 • Modified: 2017-03-20

Major Repairs: none


1999 Chrysler LHS (3.5L V6, Automatic)

Owner: Randall Hatcher • Mileage: 270,000 Miles • Added: 2017-03-20 • Modified: 2017-03-20

Major Repairs: None


2004 Dodge Stratus R/T Sedan (2.7L with 5 speed manual transmission )

Owner: Christopher List • Mileage: 229,950 Miles • Added: 2017-03-20 • Modified: 2017-03-20

Major Repairs: Rear suspension work multiple times. Front suspension. Water pump. Timing chain and guides. Clutch. Both catalytic converters. Alternator.

Comments: Over 200k with the "problematic" 2.7L. Still going strong.

1998 Dodge Ram 1500 (5.2 L 318 4x4 46re trans)

Owner: arun siva • Mileage: 208,302 Miles • Added: 2017-03-16 • Modified: 2017-03-17

Major Repairs: water pump, power steering pump;

Comments: great running truck

100,000 mile club

Chrysler’s own High Milers club

If you travel 100,000 miles inside a Chrysler vehicle, the company may reward you with a special license plate frame and letter of appreciation. When we last saw them, the frames were made of a heavy metal; there were different ones for people with higher mileage, e.g. the 200,000 mile club and on up. See Chrysler’s own instructions!

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