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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: Tyler Roden • Mileage: 243,989 Miles • Added: 2017-07-16 • Modified: 2017-07-17
Major Repairs: Changed water pump at 238,768. Replaced cv axle at 242,672
Owner: Darryl Lewis • Mileage: Miles • Added: 2017-04-26 • Modified: 2017-07-12
Owner: Travis Gapp • Mileage: 239,087 Miles • Added: 2017-05-14 • Modified: 2017-07-12
Major Repairs: Transmission replaced several times.
Water pump replaced 237k.
Dashboard, collapsed and cracked, replaced.
Comments: Consumes 1 quart of oil per 3000 miles. Run high mileage brand name oils. No oil leaks on pavement.
Vehicle tows and is driven hard. Headers, K&N intake, NGK plugs, mopar wires, dual exhaust, shift kit. Very good original paint.
Cracks developed in roof about 200k. Many suspension parts replaced throughout its life due to driving style. No rust from California originally now in PNW.
Door seals beginning to separate.
Strong window motors
A/C and heater core replaced with dash because of under-dash A/C electrical issue.
Ran 16.01 ET @ 87mph 1/4 mile at about 150k miles.
Owner: David Zatz • Mileage: 200,000 Miles • Added: 2017-07-12 • Modified: 2017-07-12
Owner: David Zatz • Mileage: 200,008 Miles • Added: 2017-07-12 • Modified: 2017-07-12
Owner: Allan Carlson • Mileage: 300,054 Miles • Added: 2017-04-25 • Modified: 2017-04-28
Major Repairs: Transmission rebuild at 107,000 miles. A C compressor replaced at 267,650 miles. Replaced head gasket at 282,635 miles.
Comments: Oil consumption of 1/2 quart per 5000 miles.
Owner: Chad Lorentz • Mileage: 316,241 Miles • Added: 2017-04-02 • Modified: 2017-04-03
Major Repairs: Heater core, Transmission, Front Drive Shaft, Water Pump, ECM, Fuel Pump
Comments: I love driving my Durango every day.. Still holding up well..
Owner: Dennis Bray • Mileage: 220,032 Miles • Added: 2017-03-20 • Modified: 2017-04-01
Major Repairs: Replaced Water Pump, Alternator, Fuel Pumps,
Comments: My daily driver. I love this car!
Owner: Alex Snitman • Mileage: 285,256 Miles • Added: 2017-03-24 • Modified: 2017-03-24
Major Repairs: Radiator, starter, water pump twice
Owner: don s. • Mileage: 279,863 Miles • Added: 2017-03-20 • Modified: 2017-03-20
Major Repairs: clutch, wiring and a PCM,
Comments: rust,hard to get parts for this cars body, this little car just keeps on running. still verry fast and will make many drop their jaws when I pass em. 40 mpg on highway!! origional alt,ps,starter,engine never opened(exc. cam cover gskt), halfshafts.
Owner: Randall Hatcher • Mileage: 200,090 Miles • Added: 2017-03-20 • Modified: 2017-03-20
Major Repairs: None
Owner: Randall Hatcher • Mileage: 320,000 Miles • Added: 2017-03-20 • Modified: 2017-03-20
Major Repairs: none
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