Pickup trucks and SUVs have long had an anecdotal reputation for durability and longevity, with plenty of examples of vehicles with well over 100,000 miles on them still on the road and running reliably. How many vehicles really go the distance, as in double that? Woburn, Massachusetts-based classifieds aggregator iSeeCars.com decided to take a look at the 30 million vehicles featured on its site. The preponderance of vehicles with over 200,000 miles didn't just tip slightly, but overwhelmingly in favor of trucks and SUVs.

Of the top 20 longest-lasting vehicles, 17 of 20 were trucks or SUVs, with 10 being SUVs and seven being trucks. The top three models were the Ford F-250 Super Duty with 4.2 percent of vehicles listed having more than 200,000 miles, the Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD with 3.6 percent, and the Chevrolet Suburban, also with 3.6 percent.

The Toyota 4Runner was not far behind, with 3.5 percent of models having more than 200,000 miles. The 4Runner and Sequoia were the sole import models on the top 10 list, with Ford taking two spots with the Super Duty and Expedition, and GM having six with the Silverado and Sierra 2500 HD, Suburban, Tahoe, Yukon XL, and Sierra 1500.

Source: iSeeCars.com

PlaceModelPercentage Over 200,000 mi
1Ford F-250 Super Duty4.2
2Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD3.6
3Chevrolet Suburban3.6
4Toyota 4Runner3.5
5Ford Expedition3.0
6GMC Sierra 2500 HD2.7
7Chevrolet Tahoe2.1
8GMC Yukon XL1.9
9Toyota Sequoia1.7
10GMC Sierra 15001.6
11GMC Yukon1.6
12Honda Accord1.6
13Dodge Durango1.5
14Subaru Legacy1.5
15Toyota Tacoma1.5
16Toyota Avalon1.5
17Ford Explorer1.4
18Ford F-1501.4
19Lincoln Navigator1.4
20Chevrolet Silverado1.4