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Shane Harsla
Shane Harsla

I had a 4runner..with well over 200k..almost 300 but then it died..head gasket slowly went out like they do on all 3.0s,ran on 4/6 cylinders for a while after that..and then it died haha

Todd Honeywell
Todd Honeywell

This is based only on vehicles being sold. What about those rigs that belong to the original owner with a lot more miles?

Jeffrey Siemoneit
Jeffrey Siemoneit

2008 Toyota tundra 4.0L V6 SR5, just hit 240,000 miles today! Not one problem, still has a lot of power/compression! This is the same motor as the Tacoma/FJ/4Runner.

Jonathan Pasquale Di Bari
Jonathan Pasquale Di Bari

I'm surprised none of the 4.0L Jeeps didn't make it onto here. Then again, I'm my experience there is always stupid little things going wrong, like seat brackets, etc.

Jonathan Pasquale Di Bari
Jonathan Pasquale Di Bari

#7 Chevy Tahoe! I have an '01 with 223,000. All original except for a driveshaft that went about 5,000 miles ago. Was an easy 30 minute $150 fix too.

Rick Bidwell
Rick Bidwell

Ford power all the way they last forever

Vincent Del Pizzo
Vincent Del Pizzo

My dad's work truck is an '01 Ford F-550 7.3 Power Stroke! Wish the '93-'98 Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ (my car) was on that list!

Ratko Jankovic
Ratko Jankovic

That F-250 Figure is mostly 7.3L Powerstroke Engines that are bulletproof.

Martin Ahlgrim
Martin Ahlgrim

Don't care what this study says. It's Dodge/Ram for me. The only one with the million mile club. Long live MOTHER MOPAR.

Dylan Kohl
Dylan Kohl

I don't know how the Cherokee or Grand Cherokee didn't make it on there. Both hard to kill, many have hit over 200 or 300k. Mine is about 10k away from 200. And I see more of those than Explorers anywhere.

Maxwell Wheeler
Maxwell Wheeler

Ram didn't even make the list lol Ryan Johnson Jason Babbitt Josh Isom

Nathan Cluts
Nathan Cluts

Cant beat a body on frame N.-S. Engine configuration! P.S. Ram FTW any day all day!

Lonie Brown
Lonie Brown

Truck owner's are more willing to keep thier trucks, this has nothing to do with intial quality from brand A B or C but the quality of after market parts suppliers. ... to keep a crap domestic brand going.. also truck prices and deprecation kill ya..no sense in buying new...

Jonathan Dye
Jonathan Dye

Trucks for the win! Every truck I've owned has been good, Dodge, Ford and Chevy all make some great trucks.

Zach Billy Pilk
Zach Billy Pilk

Ford or Chevy guy this is awesome. Mines number two.

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