Congratulations! You get no ads! You can still use our Amazon affiliate link if you happened to be going there anyway.
Cars by name
Trucks and Jeeps
Engines / Trans
Repairs / Fixes
Tests and Reviews
Search the List
View all entries, 40 at a time
Add your vehicle
Log in / Edit your vehicle
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.
(In order of modification, not entry). Add or edit your vehicle
Owner: Daniel Costigan • Mileage: 201,000 Miles • Added: 2017-10-12 • Modified: 2018-02-03
Major Repairs: Water pump and alternator
Owner: Dennis Bray • Mileage: 240,482 Miles • Added: 2017-03-20 • Modified: 2018-01-11
Major Repairs: Replaced Water Pump, Alternator, Fuel Pumps,
Comments: My daily driver. I love this car!
Owner: JOHN GARCIA • Mileage: 341,000 Miles • Added: 2010-10-23 • Modified: 2018-01-08
Major Repairs: OIL PUMP,TIMING CHAIN, AND COUNTLESS SMALL REPAIRS. just repaired wiper transmission and brake booster.
Comments: BEST CAR EVER.********(ORIGINAL ENGINE AND TRANNY)************.
STILL GOING STRONG STRONG.
Owner: eric johnson • Mileage: 236,742 Miles • Added: 2015-12-07 • Modified: 2017-12-30
Major Repairs: rack and pinion struts springs
Comments: van still runs great I’m going for 500000km
Owner: Reagan Hughes • Mileage: 200,063 Miles • Added: 2017-12-21 • Modified: 2017-12-21
Major Repairs: Water Pump
Comments: 2010 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab 5.7 Hemi
Owner: Jerry Huss • Mileage: 204,000 Miles • Added: 2017-06-14 • Modified: 2017-12-18
Major Repairs: New cylinder head
Comments: Other than head other items are normal wear and tear. Bought car when it was 1 year old with 24k on it. Drive 500 miles per week. Currently on 5th set of tires. Change oil and filter every 5k miles. I have only replaced all brakes once and still have plenty of pad thickness left. Just put in 3rd battery. Struts and shocks have been replaced once.
Owner: Peter Barstow • Mileage: 352,000 Miles • Added: 2014-03-06 • Modified: 2017-12-15
Major Repairs: NEW TRANS AT 270,000
soon new struts in front lol
has new rear dorman rear shock/struts
Comments: runs great and with new snows very good in snow and on hills. Has had all the usual
repairs (mehanic myself) and still trying to fix the abs intermitant thing. almost no rust has rear air and duel climate too!! going to add some heated seats soon !!!
ugh need new alpine infinity rear speakers modding something for now as 2ohms vs 8omhs etc etc adding tap to radio for iphine feed
Owner: Jay Ramsey • Mileage: 313,037 Miles • Added: 2017-10-17 • Modified: 2017-10-17
Major Repairs: Engine swap from original 273, TTi headers & custom exhaust, body work to repair both fenders and rear quarters, patched driver side floor pan,replaced interior carpeting
Comments: This vehicle was basically fit to be a parts car when I found it, if that. If only it had two less doors! It is now my daily driver.
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 667,000 Miles • Added: 2009-08-25 • Modified: 2017-10-12
Major Repairs: 1 transmission and transfer case 1 rear diff, front end 3 times
Comments: I have owned trucks from the big three this is by far the best truck I have ever owned
Owner: Mark Koskenmaki • Mileage: 500,000 Miles • Added: 2010-03-10 • Modified: 2017-10-12
Major Repairs: Engine rebuilt - twice I know of, trans rebuilt (by me), every hose, bearing, u-joint, belt, wear item I can think of has been done by me or previous owners.
Comments: This truck sat in a field for 19 years. It had trees grown into the fenderwells and had to be drug over them, smashing them down to get it to move. Required a farm tractor and many pulls. Original owner bought it with just a few miles on it from a dealer near where I live, and drove it, according to someone who is family to the owner, to about 425K miles, with one engine rebuild. That owner abused it and so did the next two. One of them was a logger and fell a tree across the box. He then sold it to the last owner before me, who drove it until the brakes failed and then parked it. It sat for 19 years, until I found it and rebuilt the engine (pistons corroded and stuck to cylinder walls from age on the cylinders with a valve open) and replaced every hose, belt, seal, the ujoints, brakes, carb, fuel pump, alt, everything but the starter - which works fine. It still has standard bearings and would have gotten away with standard bore, but could find no standard size pistons at the time. The door strikers and latches have all but worn completely away. Many other signs of extreme milage, including cracks in the cab around the doors. It now has MSD ignition, and will soon have Megasquirt EFI and timing and I may make it a 4 inch stroker ( about 390 CID) poly 318. Working on an air bag suspension idea and restoring the body completely and making a soundproofed, modern interior including digital gauges.
Owner: Georg S • Mileage: 310,000 Miles • Added: 2013-01-16 • Modified: 2017-10-09
Major Repairs: None
Comments: Between 2 and 300K + miles the only unscheduled replacement items were a cam sensor, a rear wheel bearing and 2 wheel speed sensors. These are the only parts other than normal wear items the car has ever needed.
Owner: Ethan Gilbert • Mileage: 255,541 Miles • Added: 2016-12-16 • Modified: 2017-10-09
Major Repairs: Recently trying to repair the infamous P0505 code, did the intake manifold gasket, new head gaskets, fixed slight cracks in heads, new TPS, new IAC, new PCM(solved it!) runs great! I run full synthetic oil in it, and change it with Mopar filter.
Comments: A very stout, but comfortable pick-up. I bought it 18 months ago, put 43,000 miles on it already. Moves quick, pulls anything I ask, commutes great, and probably one of the best four-wheel-drives I’ve had. I owned only full size Fords before, but this is as good as a full size. I was a die-hard Ford man, and this truck has helped changed that! Just keeps running! I love my Dakota!
View the list!
Add your car, van, or truck!
If you travel 100,000 miles inside a Chrysler vehicle, the company may reward you with a special license plate frame and letter of appreciation. When we last saw them, the frames were made of a heavy metal; there were different ones for people with higher mileage, e.g. the 200,000 mile club and on up. See Chrysler’s own instructions!
Chrysler 1904-2018 •
Spread the word via Facebook!
We make no guarantees regarding validity or accuracy of information, predictions, or advice — .
More Mopar Car and Truck News