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These High-Mileage Deals May Have Lots of Miles Left

CARS.COM — If you're on the car-buying hunt for reliable transportation with a budget-friendly price, you might want to consider some of the vehicles on the recent list we gave you of vehicles most likely to roll past 200,000 miles.

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While most cars and SUVs these days are more durable, in need of fewer engine repairs and people are keeping them longer (averaging 11.6 years), these vehicles have proven to be true long-distance runners. And a check of Cars.com for these vehicles shows some can be had at a good price.

If you avoid a vehicle that is in good shape because it's clocked, say, 100,000 miles, you may miss out on a car with more than half its useful miles still ahead. While many vehicle's in the 200K club are thirstier pickup trucks and SUVs, you get lots of practical space, and you can buy a lot of gas over time for what you save upfront on the purchase price. And there are a couple of more fuel-economy conscious high-mileage cars on the list as well.

Here is a look at vehicles on the 200,000-mile roll and deals being offered today in Cars.com's thousands of listings for versions of them model-year 2000 or newer with around 100,000 miles on the odometer (all prices include destination).

Ford Expedition SUV

Toyota Sequoia SUV

Chevrolet Suburban SUV

Toyota 4Runner SUV

GMC Yukon XL SUV

Chevrolet Tahoe SUV

GMC Yukon SUV

Toyota Avalon sedan

Toyota Tacoma pickup

Honda Accord sedan/coupe

Honda Odyssey minivan

Chevrolet Silverado 1500 pickup

Ford F-150 pickup

GMC Sierra 1500 pickup truck

If the individual used vehicles cited here are not found at the links, they have been sold. But you can find similar high-mileage models (all have lots of listings) with the advanced search here. Put in the make, model, oldest model-year range you would want and mileage range you would consider. The car results can be sorted by price, mileage, age and distance from you.

 
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