These are the pickup trucks that are the most likely to reach 200,000 miles.
Americans love trucks, and they love to drive. Combine those two passions and you end up with plenty of high-mileage pickups on U.S. roads. According to a recent study by iSeeCars that examined nearly 16 million vehicles sold in 2019, only 1.0% of all vehicles ever hit the 200,000-mile mark. The number for pickup trucks is a little bit higher at 1.8%. Interestingly, that's higher than any other vehicular segment.
"Pickup trucks are commonly used as work vehicles and are likely to accrue more miles than a typical passenger car while being more likely to undergo preventative maintenance and necessary repairs," says iSeeCars CEO Phong Ly.
We've compiled a list of all the light-duty pickup trucks (that means no heavy duty 2500- or 3500-class trucks) that have been on the market long enough to amass a couple hundred thousand miles. That means recent additions like the reborn Ford Ranger and Jeep Gladiator aren't represented here.
Without further ado, click on the image above to get started. And for a list of all automobiles most likely to hit 200,000 miles regardless of vehicle type, click here.
Rich: My small town in southern Ohio hasn’t had a case yet but every county around us has, I’m guessing it’s just a matter of time. I find it crazy though that people are still out everywhere. I had to go the grocery store for some things, 1st time out in a week and it was like nothing was changed. People at gas stations, the grocery store was packed, traffic was no different than any other day. I just don’t get it.