The Allpar 200,000 Mile Club: 4814 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: 4814)
(In order of modification, not entry).
2002 Dodge Stratus R/T Coupe (3.0L, V6, 5 Sp Manual Trans,)
Owner: Robert Mark Smith • Mileage: 300,462 Miles • Added: 2010-06-15 • Modified: 2015-08-03
Major Repairs: Cam Shaft Rear and Front Seals just replaced. All Gaskets replaced. New Spark Plugs & Wires at 281,000 mis. New Water Pump and Timing Belt changed along with Tensioners. Altenator replaced. Had to replace Back-up Light Switch at 217,312 miles. Right Front Axle and Front Motor Mount replaced that fixed a Vibration issue (248,980 miles). New Firestone Champion HR tires put on (249,602 miles). Replaced Catalytic Converters off each bank of Engine at 292,000 miles. New Front Calipers at 293,000 miles.
Comments: Exterior and interior looks like new. Titanium Grey Exterior and Grey/Black interior. Leather seats. Moonroof still works. i just hit 200,000 miles last Friday June 11th, 2010 between Monongalia and Marion county line on I-79 South. I took a picture of odometer when it changed to 200,000. Oil changes every 3,000 - 5,000 mis. Now have over 217,000 miles on car. Still running great! Have a small oil leak in Head Gasket. That is next major repair. I just hit 250,000 miles this morning October 31st, 2012. Still going strong. Now have 294,000 miles on March 25, 2015. Now have many Oil leaks. Had it in Country Club Chrysler this morning and they say there are some holes in Exhaust. Needs new exhaust. They say it is leaking oil badly. They wanted to sell me new 3.0L Engine. Wel, hit 300,000 miles on Monday July 27th, 2015. It hit 300,000 mark as I pulled up in driveway.
1999 Dodge Dodge Dakota Club Cab Sport 4x2 (3.9 V6 4 Speed Automatic/With Overdrive, and a 3.55 Limited Slip Rear Differential.)
Owner: Brian Ratkovich • Mileage: 200,189 Miles • Added: 2015-07-17 • Modified: 2015-08-03
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. Going on 17 years old in 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!!!!
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo hemi (Hemi v8)
Owner: Suzanne Schumakoff • Mileage: 200,800 Miles • Added: 2015-08-02 • Modified: 2015-08-03
Major Repairs: Really none
2000 Chrysler Intrepid (2.7 Liter V6, 4 speed automatic)
Owner: Darren Magurn • Mileage: 260,976 Miles • Added: 2015-08-02 • Modified: 2015-08-03
Major Repairs: Steering rack & pump, front suspension components
Comments: Everybody says the 2.7 liter engines are no good, but I guess I got a good one. Used synthetic oil since 80,000 km, changed every 15,000 - 20,000 km. Motor has never been open, still has the original water pump. Still runs great, no blue smoke. Original transmission, I think the fluid was changed twice. The lowest cost-of-ownership car I've ever had.
2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee (4.7L HO V8, automatic transmission, dana axles)
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 381,745 Miles • Added: 2010-09-15 • Modified: 2015-07-23
Major Repairs: Front grill and lights replaced due to someone backing into me. Rear bumper replaced twice due to collision. Windshield replace due to flying rocks. Trip computer replaced.
Comments: Have used Mobile 1 and Z-max since day 1. Changed all fluids at 100K mark. Oil and filter changed every 5K.
Well it finally bit the dust. Dropped a valve at 381745. Cost to repair exceeded value. Sold for salvage 5/10/2015 Price $500. It served me well. But too much started going wrong. A/C died. Passenger door wires wore out, rear right side window died. Just could not make it past it’s 18th birthday.
2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager (3.3L V6, automatic)
Owner: Mark Bendorf • Mileage: 440,000 Miles • Added: 2013-05-13 • Modified: 2015-07-23
Major Repairs: Alternator, shocks/struts, fuel pump (precautionary), torque converter, shift solenoid pack, power steering pump, tie rods
Comments: This has been a good ol’ van. Can see several things have been replaced, but the lock-up on the torque converter was really the only major thing we had to replace at 396,000 miles. All the other stuff was easy comparitably.
Change engine oil every 3,000 miles, tranny oil/filter every 40,000 miles, fuel/air filters every 40,000 miles, spark plugs and wires every 100,000 miles. Still get 19-21 mpg with the ol’ girl and she still looks great! Daily driver for mom also as she really likes the van.
God sure has blessed us with this van and hope to see many more miles logged on her.
1998 Plymouth Plymouth Breeze (2.4L DOHC Automatic)
Owner: Nathan Bolis • Mileage: 235,000 Miles • Added: 2015-03-29 • Modified: 2015-07-13
Major Repairs: Repairs done since 2013
New Power Steering Hose
Replaced Master Cylinder
New Timing Belt/Water Pump
Comments: My Plymouth Breeze has definitely outlived many of its cloud car peers. The key to keeping it on the road has been routine maintenance and not pushing its limits. I enjoy driving it and keeping the Plymouth nameplate on the road.
1990 Dodge Omni (2.2 Chrysler K engine, 5 Spd Getrag with gated revers gear)
Owner: Robert Gruber • Mileage: 469,987 Miles • Added: 2015-05-13 • Modified: 2015-07-13
Major Repairs: Clutch, and replaced Radiator and radiator fan with light weight universal 3 core radiator as all parts stores stopped selling radiators for the Omni, Same with the Struts had to use 95 Neon RT struts.
Comments: all in all this little Dodge Omni is a beast of a car she's like Christine, still runs like she came off the build floor.
1995 Eagle Vision (3.3)
Owner: tammy snook • Mileage: 200,285 Miles • Added: 2015-06-11 • Modified: 2015-07-13
Major Repairs: none
Comments: regular check-ups,some suspension work,couple minor accidents,bearings for front tires,couple minor accidents.he runs good,great winter car.
1994 Dodge Dodge ram 2500 4x4 (360 5speed 4x4)
Owner: william joslin • Mileage: 270,720 Miles • Added: 2015-06-17 • Modified: 2015-07-13
Major Repairs: new trans in 2008.
2001 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport (3.3 V6 automatic transmission)
Owner: Brian Robinson • Mileage: 482,907 Miles • Added: 2015-06-25 • Modified: 2015-07-13
Major Repairs: valve and head gaskets, rear main seal, cv axles, a/c compressor
Comments: I am the third owner of this reliable ride, she spent her first 460,000 miles under the care of her first owner, 5,000 miles with the guy who made all the repairs, and has just been good reliable transportation for me for these almost 18,000 miles
1987 Dodge Dakota (3.9, auto, 4x4)
Owner: John Bianco • Mileage: 343,000 Miles • Added: 2013-02-19 • Modified: 2015-06-10
Major Repairs: Torque Converter @ 145,000 miles
Rebuilt carb at 245,000 miles
Comments: Owned since new.
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!