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The Allpar 200,000 Mile Club: 4825 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: 4825)

(In order of modification, not entry).

2006 Chrysler 300C SRT8 (6.1 Hemi, 5 spd Auto (Benz) 3.06 rear ratio)

Owner: Lucky Campbell • Mileage: 242,335 Miles • Added: 2013-09-23 • Modified: 2015-11-13

Major Repairs: None

Comments: Great car! I drive it like I stole it!

1989 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE (3.0 L w/ 4 speed)

Owner: Eugene Yutzy • Mileage: 364,000 Miles • Added: 1999-12-12 • Modified: 2015-11-06

Major Repairs: 2 transmissions and an engine overhaul.

Comments: Previous owner mistreated car. Bought car with 133,000 miles and had to rebuild engine and put in 2nd transmission. Recently, put in 3rd transmission. Needs another motor; I think a wrist pin is bad which is creating a lot of noise when taking off from a low speed. Just got its first rust spot in front of passenger side rear wheel. Still no rust under rear window. Looks almost new inside and out. Finally in 2012 after the car had set for the most of several years, I tried to put some parts from my 88 on to this 89. However, the same day I scrapped the 88 voyager, I tried to change the spark plugs on this 89 voyager and the first plug stripped the threads and the second spark plug broke off in the head. Just decided it was time and drove it on 5 cylinders to the auto shredder.

1988 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE (3.0 L w/ 3 speed)

Owner: Eugene Yutzy • Mileage: 380,000 Miles • Added: 2010-06-30 • Modified: 2015-11-06

Major Repairs: Motor and transmission.

Comments: Bought it with 184,000 and spent $1000 in parts to fix everything. At 214,000 the car was smoking, so dropped in a used 1993 motor. Transmission replaced with a used one that is still running pretty strong. Finally in 2012, I drove the car to the shredder. The rear window shattered and various things just needed work. The engine was still great and didn’t use any oil. Sad to see it go.

2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited (4.7L V8 - Quadra Trac II)

Owner: Roger Smith • Mileage: 210,000 Miles • Added: 2015-11-01 • Modified: 2015-11-06

Major Repairs: Pretty much unknown as I bought this with just under 210K mi. Purchased 10/2015

Comments: Previously owned a 1997 Jeep Cherokee XJ which I bought new and put about 120K on. It has been my best vehicle so far. I absolutely loved that thing and when I tried to do something nice for a "friend", it was basically stolen from me. I'm going to put some money into this WJ and probably drive it until it's wheels fall off..... or MINE do!!! ;^)

2000 Dodge Grand Caravan (3.8L Flex Fuel )

Owner: Matt Sinngh • Mileage: 236,452 Miles • Added: 2015-11-06 • Modified: 2015-11-06

Major Repairs: 5 Transmissions
Fuel pump


1999 Dodge Dodge Dakota Club Cab Sport 4x2 (3.9 V6 4 Speed Automatic/With Overdrive, and a 3.55 Limited Slip Rear Differential.)

1999 - Dodge Dakota Club Cab Sport 4x2

Owner: Brian Ratkovich • Mileage: 203,500 Miles • Added: 2015-07-17 • Modified: 2015-10-26

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!!!!

2002 Dodge Stratus SXT (4 speed Automatic, 2.4 ltr 4 cylinder, DOHC 4 door sedan)

Owner: Karl Cameron • Mileage: 237,000 Miles • Added: 2015-10-11 • Modified: 2015-10-12

Major Repairs: all struts and coil assembly replaced. Front and back. New tires. Just bought the car off the side of a country road a couple of weeks ago. List of odds and sods to fix is just not ending Replaced drivers side mirror as well. Do all my own work - cant afford a Mechanic and have yet to find one that is honest enough to deal with. Worse than politicians or real estate agents. Would rather spend the money on tools and do it myself.

Comments: rust is starting to kill soft areas, sub frame under doors - cosmetic so far. Figure timing belt should be replaced as form of cheap insurance to keep it rolling. Have some form of periodic leak from fuel injectors which causes major odour of fuel. Sounds as if the front end is about to fall out/off even with new struts and coils/upper ball joints. Clivis bolts were a Cow to get out. currently trying to figure out how to tighten the hand brake - from inside the cab - unable to get the centre cowling up enough to deal with adjustment. Hand Brake cable is stretched. Air con does not work for climate control.

1996 Dodge Ram 2500 (5.9 L 12 valve Cummins diesel with an automatic transmission)

Owner: Mark Hough • Mileage: 414,000 Miles • Added: 2013-09-15 • Modified: 2015-10-08

Major Repairs: Transmission at 273,000

Comments: Replaced fuel injectors with Cummins spec and retimed the fuel pump, greatly increasing power output.

2003 Jeep Liberty (3.7 with auto)

Owner: Tony Cason • Mileage: 200,355 Miles • Added: 2015-10-04 • Modified: 2015-10-08

Major Repairs: radiator,a/c, water pump, upper and lower Front control arms.

Comments: Awesome Vehicle. Just keep an eye on oil level

1999 Dodge CARAVAN (3.3)

Owner: JOHN GARCIA • Mileage: 300,100 Miles • Added: 2010-10-23 • Modified: 2015-09-27


Comments: BEST CAR EVER.********(ORIGINAL ENGINE AND TRANNY)************.

1992 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE (3.3 v6, A604 front drive)

Owner: Robert Chambers • Mileage: 322,000 Miles • Added: 2010-03-09 • Modified: 2015-09-24

Major Repairs: transmission has been rebuilt three times.
1st time was at 90,000 miles when the internal seals were leaking and would not take 4th gear.
2nd rebuild 30,000 to 40,000 miles later something in the planet gear assembly let loose.
3rd rebuild same as 2nd rebuild 30,000 to 40,000 miles later.

Comments: Only work on the engine, other then normal maintenance, two belt tensioners, three water pumps, and a timing chain due to the mileage.
I have completely rebuilt the front suspension. lower control arm bushings, lower ball joints, tie rod ends, wheel hub assemblies, strut assemblies, and replaced a broken sway bar. Also rear shocks.

2002 Chrysler Voyager (3.3L V6, 4spd auto, FWD)

Owner: Randy Austin • Mileage: 300,500 Miles • Added: 2013-04-06 • Modified: 2015-09-24

Major Repairs: Transmission was supposedly replaced at some point in its life. Since I purchased it I’ve only replaced the water pump.

Comments: Purchased in Oct 2011 with a bit over 227,000 mile on it. As of 9/12/2015 it has recorded 300, 500 miles. We regularly us it to deliver office supplies and it has dutifully carried loads up to 1500 pounds with the second and third row seats out. Impressive vehicles.

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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