Re: 10 cars that are most likely to last 200,000 miles
I won't ever drive one that long again. My Z-71, 4WD Diesel is 3 years old and pristine, but I'm thinking about trading it in. It has 45K, all highway miles. Just broke in good. I just put $2,000 worth of tires on it this morning. It's beginning to bore me. I paid $63K for it and it's still valued at $48,500, according to the local appraiser. It's "top shelf." If I do trade it, it'll be for another one just like it.
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