Quick Answer: What Car Will Last The Longest?

According to santanderconsumerusa.com

Toyota Avalon

Honda Accord

Toyota Prius

Chevrolet Impala

Ford Taurus

Toyota Camry

Honda Civic

Which car brands last the longest?

Longest-lasting passenger cars

  • Toyota Avalon, 2.5.
  • Honda Odyssey, 2.5.
  • Honda Accord, 1.9.
  • Toyota Sienna, 1.8.
  • Toyota Prius, 1.7.
  • Chevrolet Impala, 1.7.
  • Ford Taurus, 1.6.
  • Toyota Camry, 1.4.

What is the most reliable car ever made?

20 Most Reliable Cars of the Decade According to Consumer Reports

  1. Lexus RX.
  2. Honda Accord.
  3. Acura TSX.
  4. Toyota Corolla.
  5. Honda CR-V.
  6. Toyota Sequoia. The Toyota Sequoia doesn’t change much, and buyers like it that way.
  7. Toyota Venza. The Toyota Venza is still a popular used car.
  8. Nissan Leaf. The new 2018 Nissan LEAF should continue to be as reliable as its predecessor.| Nissan.

What is the longest lasting truck?

Below are our picks for 10 of the longest lasting and 10 of the shortest lasting pickups.

  • 20 Longest: Toyota Tacoma.
  • 19 Longest: Toyota Tundra.
  • 18 Longest: Chevrolet Silverado 1500.
  • 17 Longest: Chevrolet Colorado.
  • 16 Longest: Ford F-150.
  • 15 Longest: Nissan Titan.
  • 14 Longest: Nissan Frontier.
  • 13 Longest: Ram 1500.

What is the longest running car model?

Chevy enthusiasts think it’s the Corvette, which has been around since 1953. Yet, there’s the Ford F Series that exists since 1948. Then, there’s the Chevy Suburban, the car with the longest-running nameplate. They’ve been around since 1933.

What happens to new cars that don’t sell?

Dealerships won’t just give the cars away for free, though. That means they buy new cars from the manufacturer and sell them at a higher price to make a profit. Therefore, once the dealership buys those cars, they belong to them. They can’t just send the unsold ones back to the manufacturer at the end of the year.

Is it wise to buy a car with high mileage?

There is only so low a car goes in value. In general, buying a higher mileage newer is better than buying an older car with less miles. After a while a car is considered high mileage and the depreciation curve flattens out, so technically you can get 30,000 miles from a car for free.