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: 4732)
(In order of modification, not entry).
1999 Dodge CARAVAN (3.3)
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 276,293 Miles • Added: 2010-10-23 • Modified: 2014-07-26
Major Repairs: OIL PUMP,TIMING CHAIN
Comments: still going strong. BEST CAR EVER.ORIGINAL ENGINE AND TRANNY.
2002 Chrysler Grand Caravan ES AWD (3.8 AWD)
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 300,100 Miles • Added: 2014-07-06 • Modified: 2014-07-26
Major Repairs: None
1999 Chrysler 300m (3.5 HO)
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 200,021 Miles • Added: 2014-04-14 • Modified: 2014-07-26
Major Repairs: Original non-rebuilt engine and trans. Special M struts front & rear.
Comments: Still runs great! No rust, mismatched RR door thanks to careless driver backing into it.
2008 Chrysler Town & Country (3.8L, 6 Speed, FWD)
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 201,500 Miles • Added: 2014-07-10 • Modified: 2014-07-26
Major Repairs: REPLACED:
ALL FOUR (4) WHEEL BEARINGS, RADIATOR, DRIVER'S SIDE REAR DOOR AUTOMATIC MECHANISM SYSTEM
Comments: MOST DISPLEASED WITH THE FOUR WHEEL BEARINGS! HAD OVER 275,000 ON MY 2001 T&C AND NEVER REPLACED THE GREASEABLE WHEEL BEARINGS ON IT.
1996 Jeep Cherokee sport 4 door i6 (4.0 inline 6 high output automatic tranny)
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 212,032 Miles • Added: 2014-07-12 • Modified: 2014-07-26
Major Repairs: water pump at 145,000. a/c is currently STILL WORKING PERFECTLY!
inner and outter rockers cut out and new welded in....has surface rust on those now...poor replacement paint quality....at this point she will soldier on as is.
Comments: Original engine and transmission never apart. Used mobil 1 synthetic since purchased at 92000 miles. 2 owner truck. My dad's 91 had 255 when he passed on as is still running.. his is the reason I purchased mine.. and has lead from 1 jeep in my extended family to 6!!!! I now work for a Jeep dealer In Minnesota. She was never undercoated and the floor pans and rockers are showing it now...that said...every snow fall is like Christmas morning driver her. There is nothing like the torque range and weight combination that these provide with the 4 wheel drive around anymore. Still a blast everyday.
2001 Dodge Grand Caravan (3.3 L )
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 217,000 Miles • Added: 2014-07-13 • Modified: 2014-07-26
Major Repairs: Rebuild transmission at 185000
1997 Chrysler Town&Country (3.8 with. 4 speed auto)
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 200,007 Miles • Added: 2014-07-14 • Modified: 2014-07-26
Major Repairs: Radiator replaced @ 190,000
Comments: Has been used to tow a 17' travel trailer for the last 10 years
2004 Chrysler Chrysler Sebring Limited Conv't (V6-167 2.7L DOHC)
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 293,608 Miles • Added: 2014-07-26 • Modified: 2014-07-26
Major Repairs: 20k: electrical (warranty)
196,249: replaced rear upper control arms and serpentine belt
220k: welded aluminum to bottom of engine to stop oil leak and replaced thermostat housing
225k replaced water pump and front ball joints
250k: replaced front struts
277k: replaced starter
Currently needs catalytic converter (but still accelerates well)
Comments: Bought new in June ’03 with 47 miles on the odometer. Still gets 27-29 MPG on the highway. Currently burns 1 qt oil every 1500-2000 miles. Started using full synthetic oil around 220k and change every 6,000 miles. Also starting using Seafoam in engine about 3-4 times a year at 220k. At 230k, started leaking water into car between conv’t top and windshield during heavy precipitation. Sluggish acceleration at 200k driving over the Rockies on I-70. Still drives well in the Alleghenies and Smokies. At 196k, drove from Denver to McAllen, TX (1190 miles) in same day. At 250k, drove directly from San Antonio to Chicago (1220 miles). Has seen 30 states and both borders. Over 250k, has sat in Houston traffic with 111 degree temps in August ’13 and has driven from Chicago to Pittsburgh with -38 degree windchill in January ’14. Stays outside during Chicago winters. Has rust starting on rear wheel wells.
2005 Dodge Grand caravan (3.3 4speed)
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 200,082 Miles • Added: 2014-07-26 • Modified: 2014-07-26
Major Repairs: Lots of little stuff but no engine or transmission problems.
2002 Dodge Ram 1500 (5.9L V8 4X4)
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 293,573 Miles • Added: 2014-06-13 • Modified: 2014-06-16
Major Repairs: Transmission repair torque converter at 193,000 miles
AC system and cooling fan replaced at 163,000 miles
Water pump replaced at 135,000 miles
Front end wreck at 101,000 miles
Comments: Truck used as an oilfield work truck between 120,000 miles and 230,000 miles has been light duty hand me down personal use ever since. The work abuse was visible recently had paint and body work for weekend ride joy.
Vehicle purchased in 2005 Bentonville, Arkansas
Currently in Midland, Texas
2001 Dodge Dakota sport (auto)
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 236,000 Miles • Added: 2014-06-14 • Modified: 2014-06-16
Major Repairs: Steering rack and transfer case, neither needed to be done, just mis-diagnosis. CV joints, axles, ball joints, just maintenance
Comments: Daily driver, worked hard played harder
2004 Chrysler SEBRING GTC CONVERTIBLE (2.7 L)
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 200,035 Miles • Added: 2014-06-15 • Modified: 2014-06-16
Major Repairs: Timing Belt, Ball joints.
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!