An article from Auto Care Pro
by Adam Redling - Jul 8, 2015
Chances are if a vehicle comes into your shop eclipsing the 200,000-mile mark, it’s going to have a Japanese nameplate attached, according to a recent Consumer Reports reader survey.
The survey, which was designed to see which cars, SUVs and minivans held up the longest on the road, encompassed roughly 1.1 million vehicles.
Of the top 10 cars most likely to surpass 200,000 miles, every one was either a Toyota or Honda.