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The Allpar 200,000 Mile Club: 4865 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: 4865)

(In order of modification, not entry).

2002 Dodge Neon ES (2.0L SOHC, 5 speed manual )

Owner: Josh Kite • Mileage: 244,876 Miles • Added: 2016-06-06 • Modified: 2016-06-29

Major Repairs: Front wheel bearings, front lower control arms with bushings, ball joints, stabilizer bushings, driver and passenger axles, axle seals, inner tie rods, outer tie rod ends, spark plugs, spark plug wires, coil pack, air filter, brakes, and tires done at 240000. Timing belt, head gasket, water pump, valve cover gasket, spark plug gaskets, exhaust manifold gasket, Intake gasket, alternator, battery, all four wheel bearings, radiator fans, front and rear suspension done at 210000. Oil changes every 5000 miles.

Comments: I am the third owner of the vehicle which I bought at 125000 miles in 2012. I purchased the car off of my father who bought the car at 65000 miles in 2006 off of a lady who bought it brand new and took it to the dealer for all regular maintenance. My dad used to work as a mechanic for a Chrysler dealership, and used to work on a lot of neons while he was there. Since my dad has owned the car every repair has been done in our garage. While my dad and the lady before him owned the car only regular maintenance was needed on the car. Since I have bought it all I have done is drive it. It's my daily driver, and I like to go for drives in the evenings after work and dinner to relax. I put on average about 100 miles a day on the car due to driving an hour to get to work one way for 6 days a week. I wouldn't trade the car for anything though. It has always started every single time I have gotten in the car to go somewhere, I have not had to use a tow truck for the car ever, it always gets me home safe. The transmission and clutch are Original, never been messed with except to change transmission fluid when I replaced the axles.

2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee (inline 6)

Owner: Eric Hoffman • Mileage: 232,000 Miles • Added: 2016-06-22 • Modified: 2016-06-29

Major Repairs: Brakes, rotors, Tires, front bearings, oil pan (stripped drain plug by quicky oil place), rear calipers (seized at 190,000)

Comments:

2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser (2.4L, N.A. 40TE transmission)

2004 - PT Cruiser

Owner: Doug Samuel • Mileage: 354,785 Miles • Added: 2010-12-10 • Modified: 2016-06-02

Major Repairs: Front wheel bearings. Lower Control Arm Bushings. new Half Shafts. New radiator and fan. New rear wheel bearings. New struts. Cylinder Head replaced at 280,000 miles and transmission at 292,000 miles. Alternator changed at 315,500 miles. Engine rebuild at 345,000 miles

Comments: Made it to my goal of 300,000 miles. At 316,200 miles car continues to run great. Finally had to change the cylinder head at 280,000 miles and the transmission at 292,000 miles. Engine rebuilt at 345,000 miles due to high oil usage and misfiring due to burned valve. New head, pistons (with rings) and bearings. Oil use now a quart every 4,000 miles.

2001 Dodge RAM 1500 QUAD CAB SLT (8 CYL, 5.2 4-SPEED AUTO.)

Owner: Peter Robertson • Mileage: 326,673 Miles • Added: 2016-05-27 • Modified: 2016-06-02

Major Repairs: No repair work needed on engine. Repaired Trans. Rear end. water pump. A/C. Fuel Pump.

Comments: This has been a great truck, It will still cruse down the high way at top speed with no problem and have drove all over the country with it.

1998 Chrysler Town and Country (3.8 V6 Automatic)

Owner: Adam Glaeser • Mileage: 301,600 Miles • Added: 2013-01-14 • Modified: 2016-05-23

Major Repairs: Since my update at 200,000 miles, only major repair was the front struts and also the front axles. ABS pump has failed but have not fixed because of the cost. Still stops well. Rear Nivomat replaced at 292,000 miles. Bushings in shock totally fell apart. Couldn’t stand the banging around back there any longer. 18 Wisconsin winters are starting to takes its toll. Otherwise just normal maintenance.

Comments: We are the original owner, amazingly still very reliable. Just completed its 7th 2500 plus mile trip in the last year, not one time has it let me down. This van does everything, hauls cargo like a truck, hauls people around town and around the country. Made 300K! Still Original Engine and Transmission.

1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee (4.7 V8 Quadra-Trac II)

Owner: Robert Romoff • Mileage: 239,200 Miles • Added: 2015-11-21 • Modified: 2016-05-22

Major Repairs: Radiator (3)

Comments: This is a ’99 I bought from my brother in 2009 at 194,000 miles. I thought it would be dead at 230,000 but it’s still going strong. Factory maintenance and synthetic oil every 5,000.

1967 Dodge D-200 Camper Special (318 V8, NP435, Spicer 60)

Owner: Bobby R Sealey Jr • Mileage: 668,000 Miles • Added: 2008-10-08 • Modified: 2016-05-12

Major Repairs: all besides the engine swap in 1983 None Just rutine mantince

Comments:

1994 Dodge Ram 1500 (5.9 V8 Auto Trans)

Owner: Danny Roberson • Mileage: 521,000 Miles • Added: 2010-02-06 • Modified: 2016-05-12

Major Repairs: Motor has never broken down, 4 transmission . 4 water pumps , 4 alt's , 4 radaitors , 11 brake job's , origanal ac charge .

Comments: Truck gets driven everyday 4am to 5pm in town Monday thru Friday the motor is as it was the day it rolled off the line. It still gets 16 mpg org. injectors.

1974 Dodge W100 (318, A727, 4.10 4x4)

Owner: William Lolutzenheiser • Mileage: 488,878 Miles • Added: 2010-02-09 • Modified: 2016-05-12

Major Repairs: Originally came with a 360, but after 28 yrs & 477,000 + miles it was tired, So I replaced it with a 1982 318 with a high torque cam, I have been thru 7 trany's,( # 8 ge;s in next week) a dozen sets of brakes,and replaced the bearing in both axels and tranfercase around 280,000. and lost track on the tires.

Comments: The truck always got us home, weather it was running rough, or the snow was Knee deep+, It has a manual choke and will still start in -30 Nebraska winters when you need to go and play in the snow aka help the neighbors get grocerys.

1968 Plymouth Barracuda (318 4-bbl, 904 trans, 8 3/4 3.23 sure grip)

Owner: Karl Williams • Mileage: 470,000 Miles • Added: 2010-04-25 • Modified: 2016-05-12

Major Repairs: rebuilt engine twice. suspension twice, trans once, super stock leaf springs

Comments: Bought car from my brother with 180k and put my 318 in it. With 7 1/4 2.76 gear got 18 MPG highway. Drove car everyday for 8 years. My 318 came out of 72 Challenger and have rebuilt it 3 times. engine has about 470k and is still std bore.

1995 Dodge Ram 2500 (Cummins TD,manual transmission)

Owner: HM Spracher • Mileage: 474,000 Miles • Added: 2010-06-14 • Modified: 2016-05-12

Major Repairs: Shocks,track bar,clutch,turbo,tires,exhaust,brakes,AC charges.

Comments: Brakes and paint are the worst things about this fine vehicle.

1999 Jeep Cherokee Sport (4.0 L 6 cyl, RWD, 4-speed automatic)

Owner: Keith Laney • Mileage: 200,000 Miles • Added: 2015-12-19 • Modified: 2016-05-12

Major Repairs: Replaced engine at 114,000 miles

Comments: I have owned my Jeep that I have named Jeepasaurus since October 2004. It has been my daily driver ever since. When I purchased it, it had been driven 67,000 miles. Other than the engine replacement back in 2008, it has not had any major mechanical issues. It has been in the shop for minor repairs every now and again. Overall, it has been a very reliable vehicle. I love my Jeep so much that I will not purchase a new one until this one finally outlives its useful life. Will it reach 300,000 miles? I'm going to make sure that it does.

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!

100,000 mile club

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