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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: 4772)

(In order of modification, not entry).

2004 Dodge Ram 1500 (Hemi 5.7, 2WD)

Owner: Jubel Caldwell • Mileage: 600,040 Miles • Added: 2012-12-14 • Modified: 2014-12-15

Major Repairs: Broken valve spring at 115,000
Transmission at 486,000


2001 Dodge Ram 1500 QuadCab (5.9 Auto)

Owner: Mileage: 238,000 Miles • Added: 2014-12-01 • Modified: 2014-12-15

Major Repairs: Water pump, heater core, alternator, radiator.

Comments: I bought this truck at a bank auction for $2000 and I put $1200 of maintenance and repairs. It has every option except 4x4 and sunroof. It had 166k miles in 2010 when I bought it and have put 70k plus miles since. Still runs strong and looks good. Everything works, A/C will freeze you!

1999 Jeep Wrangler (4.0L 5 speed)

Owner: Mark Christiansen • Mileage: 215,093 Miles • Added: 2014-12-02 • Modified: 2014-12-15

Major Repairs: 1 radiator, exhaust manifold, water pump. Brakes done at 190000 miles. Numerous batteries and windshields. All else original.


2006 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab (5.7L Hemi / 545RFE 4x2)

Owner: Doug Dombrowskas • Mileage: 200,004 Miles • Added: 2014-12-03 • Modified: 2014-12-15

Major Repairs: 2008 - Pinion seal replaced due to leakage. 6 months later pinion bearings and carrier bearings replaced. Nov. 2013 - CEL on at 189K due to solenoid pack going bad - have yet to replace.

Comments: Despite the issues with the rear end (pinion bearings/seal) and the solenoid pack needing replacement, the ole girl keeps on trucking. Have averaged 17.5 mpg over its lifetime. Personal best was 21 mpg. Not bad for a big V8. Granddaughter loves to go in Pa Pa's truck.

1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee (4.0 I6)

Owner: Hayden Grogg • Mileage: 216,700 Miles • Added: 2014-12-06 • Modified: 2014-12-15

Major Repairs:


2001 Dodge Grand Caravan (3.3 L )

Owner: Paul Witowski • Mileage: 225,670 Miles • Added: 2014-07-13 • Modified: 2014-12-08

Major Repairs: Rebuild transmission at 185000


2001 Jeep Cherokee (4.0 I6 auto)

Owner: Patrick Cote • Mileage: 223,000 Miles • Added: 2014-11-23 • Modified: 2014-12-08

Major Repairs: Transmission


1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee (I6 4.0-42RE Transmission)

1994 - Grand Cherokee

Owner: Blake Combs • Mileage: 215,100 Miles • Added: 2014-11-26 • Modified: 2014-12-08

Major Repairs: No Major Repairs. Jeep has the original engine and Transmission.


2003 Dodge Grand Caravan ES (3.8)

Owner: Bob Garrett • Mileage: 263,100 Miles • Added: 2014-11-28 • Modified: 2014-12-08

Major Repairs: Radiator, waterpump,alternator,battery

Comments: Still has all original drivetrain, and exhaust components. Has original struts as well, and most bulbs. Have maostly replaced tires and brakes, and tie rod ends. Everything still works as intended. Purchased new in February 2003. Change fluids regularly. Still rides great. I want to see how far she will go!

1998 Plymouth Plymouth Breeze (Original 4 Cylinder, 2.0 engine; Automatic Transmission.)

Owner: Jonathan Long • Mileage: 206,600 Miles • Added: 2014-01-08 • Modified: 2014-11-21

Major Repairs: When purchased from the GSA Auction in 2001 with around 55,000 miles, it was found to have a blown head gasket. The government repaired it, and I put in a new TIMING BELT at the same time. Front Brakes and Rotors Replaced a few years later; Original BATTERY replaced in 2008!! FUEL PUMP failed about two or so years ago(near home after driving all the way back from Reno and parking); Replaced the TIMING BELT for Preventive Medicine again; RIGHT-REAR BALL JOINT broke with a full load in the car while on the highway less than a year ago (it had been loose and out of alignment for years, trying to warn me), I was able to limp along the shoulder with the tire rubbing the spring, to the next exit and found a garage (at that time they also lubed the Chassis, I had been told many times that it had been "sealed for life", but how long is "life"?? At 206,600 miles the ALTERNATOR was replaced. Most of these repairs, done professionally cost under $500. The car is still running well!!! (Knock on wood it will keep going for quite a while??)

Comments: In addition to the above "MAJOR REPAIRS", the OIL and FILTER were regularly changed at 3,000 to 5,000 mile intervals; AIR FILTER changed when needed; SPARK PLUGS and WIRES replaced; TIRES replaced when worn; COOLANT and TRANSMISSION Fluid changed Periodically; SERPENTINE BELT and RADIATOR HOSES replaced (rubber parts deteriorate over time). More or less I try to follow the recommendations found in the OWNER’S MANUAL. I also try to keep the RPM’s under 3,000, although I do "rev" it up now and then to blow out excess carbon.
This has been my very reliable DAILY DRIVER for the last 12-1/2 years and over 145,000 miles!! This has involved a few THOUSAND trips to the local Post Office; a few HUNDRED round-trips between San Francisco and Sacramento; Several trips up to the Sierra Mountains, and countless local trips.. Many of these have been HIGHWAY MILES, also there have been many Short trips as well. Sacramento is a very dry climate (especially so lately, can you say "drought")?? So far that I know, salt is not used on the roads in this part of the country, and the car rarely sits near the salt-air seaside. It is still virtually RUST FREE with its original paint and still looks great!!! The paint is starting to fade on the front bumper, as it lives in a carport facing south. Headlights have fogged over somewhat, although I have buffed some of that out. Original Cloth interior is still in great shape having only a couple of small tears, this despite hauling numerous loads to and from auctions. It has some scratches and dings, the battle-scars from years of California driving, and loading and unloading goods. I wax it roughly once a year. Over the years I have used this car more like a truck, and except for only a handfull of times, I have always been able to fit everything in!!!! It remains quite fun to drive and reliable (knock on wood!) and still looks nice. I (hope) we still have a lot of good miles left together!!

1997 Dodge Ram 1500 Lariat SLT (5.2 automatic 4x2)

Owner: Sarah Hays • Mileage: 208,810 Miles • Added: 2014-11-15 • Modified: 2014-11-21

Major Repairs: replaced water pump 2009, radiator 2010, transmission 2010, alternator 2014

survived hit and run driver 2011, 2012

Comments: Love this truck. Need paint, windshield & radio to go another quarter-million miles.

2001 Dodge Ram 1500 (3.9 v6 5speed standard trans)

Owner: james atkisson • Mileage: 301,300 Miles • Added: 2014-11-19 • Modified: 2014-11-21

Major Repairs: new clutch at 280000

Comments: best truck ive ever had but please fix this dash

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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