These Are The 12 Vehicles That Will Go Over 200K Miles With The Least Trouble, According To Consumer Reports

ford f-150

If you’re looking for a vehicle that’s ready for the long haul, it may still be a good idea to buy one from a Japanese brand.

Well, one of two Japanese brands … that each make a lot of vehicles in America.

The latest Consumer Reports list of cars, pickups and SUVs that it predicts are most likely to go 200,000 miles or more with the fewest problems is dominated by Honda and Toyota, which combined to put 11 models on the list.

The only vehicle from a domestic automaker that made it was the Ford F-150, which is built in Michigan and Missouri, but it was far from the only one that’s assembled in the USA.

toyota camry
The Toyota Camry had the highest percentage of trouble-free 200K-vehicles. (Toyota)

The Toyota Camry, Corolla, Highlander and Sienna are all locally-sourced today, along with the Honda Accord, Civic, CR-V and Pilot, although some Corolla, Civic and CR-V trims come from Japan and Canada and the production locations of many of them has shifted around over the years.


The Long Distance Dozen rounded out with the made in Japan Toyota 4Runner and Prius, and the Toyota Tacoma, which is currently only manufactured in Mexico, but was also built in Texas from 2015 to 2021.

honda pilot
Honda has been building the Pilot in Alabama since 2003. (Honda)

The results were drawn from models with 200,000 miles or more on their odometers that had the highest percentage of vehicles with no problems reported over the past year on the Consumer Reports member surveys.