The Allpar 200,000 Mile Club: 4808 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: 4808)
(In order of modification, not entry).
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.
1999 Jeep Cherokee (4.0 AW4 NP242 8.25)
Owner: Andrew Knotek • Mileage: 203,000 Miles • Added: 2015-05-21 • Modified: 2015-06-01
Major Repairs: None!
Comments: Sure I'd like a newer vehicle one day. This just keeps running.
1997 Dodge Dakota (5.2 Automatic)
Owner: Ken Allgood • Mileage: 200,020 Miles • Added: 2015-05-26 • Modified: 2015-06-01
Major Repairs: Replaced Transmission around 186,000 miles.
Comments: mods include cold air, f&b 50mm throttle body, m-1 instake, Positive Performance headers, Gibson dual side swept catback, Carsound Cat, 1.7 Crower rockers, hypertech PCM
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Owner: tammy snook • Mileage: Miles • Added: 2015-05-30 • Modified: 2015-06-01
2001 Dodge Grand Caravan (3.3L)
Owner: Rob Walczak • Mileage: 224,962 Miles • Added: 2014-10-10 • Modified: 2015-05-18
Major Repairs: Rebuilt transmission 109,000 miles.
1999 Dodge CARAVAN (3.3)
Owner: JOHN GARCIA • Mileage: 295,000 Miles • Added: 2010-10-23 • Modified: 2015-05-18
Major Repairs: OIL PUMP,TIMING CHAIN, AND COUNTLESS SMALL REPAIRS
Comments: BEST CAR EVER.********(ORIGINAL ENGINE AND TRANNY)************.
should be reaching 300000 miles on 2 more oil changes cant wait.
2005 Chrysler Town & Country Touring (3.8 L V6)
Owner: Tony McAnulla • Mileage: 207,998 Miles • Added: 2015-05-15 • Modified: 2015-05-18
Major Repairs: Front bumper cover at 200,000 miles
Alternator at 201,000 miles
Front struts, sway bar stabilizers, sway bar bushings at 207,000 miles
2003 Dodge Grand Caravan SE (3.3L V6, 41TE)
Owner: Jason Lietz • Mileage: 231,050 Miles • Added: 2013-09-30 • Modified: 2015-05-06
Major Repairs: (Proud & competent do it yourself mechanic & do my own repairs. Thank you Chysler Minimvan Forums .net!)
Water Pump x2
Water Pump Inlet Pipe x1 (rusted)
Heater Core x1
Repaired broken rivets on transmission cooler support brackets
Rack & Pinion Unit x1
Transmission Control Solenoid x1
Front Struts x2
Front Suspension Bushings & Links x3
Rear Shocks x2
Entire exhaust system (including Cat) from manifold back x1
Upstream & Downstream O2 sensors x2
Evap system hose leaks - 2 different spots
Oil Pan Gasket x1
ABS Controller & ABS Manifold x1
Alternator Decoupler Pulley x1
Accessory Belts, Belt Pulleys & Tensioner x2
Comments: Original owner. Motor has been extremely reliable with regular maintenance (oil, filters, plugs & wires). Original transmission still working fine with regular fluid & filter changes every 60,000 miles. Love our van and it has faithfully carried my family & I to nearly all states east of the Mississppi. Live in the snow belt and it handles really well in snow. After 12 years of daily driving, still a solid vehicle though some seam rust on hood & doors now visible. Rocker panel bottoms also have rust through holes. At this point, every passing month is another month without a car payment! Would buy another Dodge/Chrysler van in a heart beat. Love the van!
2004 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT (5.7L Hemi)
Owner: Jay Scherbik • Mileage: 242,543 Miles • Added: 2015-04-26 • Modified: 2015-05-06
Major Repairs: None
2005 Dodge Ram Daytona (5.7 HEMI Automatic, 2WD)
Owner: William Cockrell • Mileage: 353,000 Miles • Added: 2015-04-29 • Modified: 2015-05-06
2000 Chrysler 300M (3.5 V6 / 42LE)
Owner: James Mina • Mileage: 300,017 Miles • Added: 2009-01-26 • Modified: 2015-04-30
Major Repairs: Radiator replaced at about 180,000 miles, A/C evaporator replaced after five years. Just replaced the dreaded coolant pipe which runs alongside the driver’s side cylinder head. Had a rodent chew the engine wiring in June 2014 but that’s not the fault of the car.
Comments: This car is insanely reliable! It has never failed to start once, never missed a shift, never hesitated, never stalled - ever. Original starter, alternator, A/C compressor, power steering pump, drive axles, front hub bearings, radiator fans. Uses 1/2 qt of oil in 3000 miles. No rattles or squeaks. The first time the "Check Engine" light came on was at 204,000 miles due to an upstream O2 sensor heater failure. I cleared the code and the light stayed out, but I replaced the sensor anyway. The only thing that does not work is the driver’s seat heater, and that is because the replacement cushion is NLA. The car is cosmetically beautiful with very few nicks, no dents, no rust. We bought this car new in May, 2000 and have no plans to replace it in the foreseeable future. We also have a 1999 300M with only 134,000 miles. I didn’t hesitate to buy this car used because our original one is so good.
1995 Eagle Dodge ram 1500 SLT Laramie (5.9L 360 v8 magnum, 46rh transmission, 3.21 rear gearing, limited slip rearend.)
Owner: Trevor Hart • Mileage: 265,900 Miles • Added: 2015-04-06 • Modified: 2015-04-30
Major Repairs: Idler pulley, ignition coil, Crankshaft position sensor, throttle position sensor, and o2 sensor.
Comments: I am a Dodge guy and have owned many. This truck is a great runner, only has one rust spot and its about the size of a half dollar over the drivers rear wheel. the truck is really stout and has a lot of power. Modifications, 2 ten inch subs, 1000 watt amp, Kenwood radio, and running dual flowmaster 44 series exhaust. I bought the truck at 261,000 miles and it now has over 265,000 miles on it and its my daily driver and I wouldn't want to drive anything else. Only complaints are the gas mileage being 12-13 it will pass everything but a gas station.
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!