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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.
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Owner: Ted Lane • Mileage: 239,787 Miles • Added: 2016-01-27 • Modified: 2016-02-08
Major Repairs: 2 water pumps, 2 alternators, 2 batteries, clutch at 199,907km, on third set of front brakes
Owner: Russ Moynham • Mileage: 202,766 Miles • Added: 2016-02-06 • Modified: 2016-02-08
Major Repairs: Intermediate Steering Shaft @ 232229KM
Transmission Valve Body @ 234100KM
Starter @ 270525KM
Water Pump @ 285958KM
Comments: Ultra reliable old girl that never left me stranded, even after over 80 000 miles of solid abuse before I bought it at roughly 140 000 miles. Canadian market truck that never quit! Currently off the road and awaiting a new heater core while I rack up the miles on my 2002 Durango. Already at 125 000 miles and going strong!
Owner: Joshua Marucha • Mileage: 244,500 Miles • Added: 2016-02-08 • Modified: 2016-02-08
Major Repairs: Not exactly major but, 1 steering shaft and a few powersteering lines
Comments: I adore this truck, I bought it with 204 and its come a long way. It has never failed me and living in Wisconsin it surprisingly looks quite rust free. Its done everything I’ve ever needed it to do, People are always confused when i tell them the mileage, I love it. And i know i posted this truck before and i apologize but i lost my account info and I felt I wanted to update the info on it.
Owner: Brian Ratkovich • Mileage: 205,282 Miles • Added: 2015-07-17 • Modified: 2016-01-27
Major Repairs: Rebuilt the transmission at 172,500 miles, and rear differential bearings. 2 heater cores, 1 rack pinion steering, 2 water pumps.
Comments: This old iron horse can tow, pull, and haul it all. 17 years old as of October of 2015, I purchased this truck in 1998 as a 1999 model, and it was my first new vehicle, and I still have it to this day. This is my primary vehicle and only vehicle and means of doing everything. Fiat should consider making this truck again. I see a numerous amount of Dakotas and Rams with the 3.9, 5.2, and 5.9 engines still running strong on the road today. 200,000 up to 600,000 miles!!! I could not be more happier owning a well made vehicle. These trucks are built to last a long time!!!!
Owner: Richard DeNapoli • Mileage: 300,000 Miles • Added: 2016-01-19 • Modified: 2016-01-27
Major Repairs: Transmission Repair
Comments: Love my 300
Owner: Ralph McGee • Mileage: 255,711 Miles • Added: 2016-01-20 • Modified: 2016-01-27
Major Repairs: water pump(2), radiator(1), alternator(1), Front prop shaft(1), rear axle shaft(1),
Comments: raised 2" front/1"rear, firestone lift bags, using severe maint. sched.
Owner: william joslin • Mileage: 278,763 Miles • Added: 2015-06-17 • Modified: 2016-01-18
Major Repairs: new trans in 2008.
Owner: Paul Johnson • Mileage: 405,000 Miles • Added: 2016-01-09 • Modified: 2016-01-18
Major Repairs: None
Owner: john bartles • Mileage: 225,349 Miles • Added: 2016-01-11 • Modified: 2016-01-18
Owner: jordan mayer • Mileage: 297,009 Miles • Added: 2016-01-12 • Modified: 2016-01-18
Major Repairs: Rear main seal 270000mi
Rebuilt trans 240000mi
Oil pump 280000mi
Comments: I beat the hell out of it everyday. As hard as ican wont die. Love the 4.0
Owner: Travis Baker • Mileage: 235,000 Miles • Added: 2016-01-13 • Modified: 2016-01-18
Major Repairs: Alternator replaced around 175000 miles
Comments: This wonderful car fell victim to the sloth of the owner. The original timing belt broke on the freeway at 65 MPH and destroyed the engine. Even with family mechanic, the repairs were more than the car was worth.
In the future, I will always follow the suggestions to replace it at 100K miles!
Owner: lee simons • Mileage: 200,020 Miles • Added: 2016-01-09 • Modified: 2016-01-10
Major Repairs: none
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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!
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