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10 Cars With The Longest Life Spans

When buying a car, so many factors are important — but their life spans are one of the aspects you REALLY have to look at closely.

We all want a car that was built to last, but that is not always the case. There are some that have a life span of fewer than five years, and others are known for their constant costly repairs. You deserve something that will get you the most for your money so it doesn't feel like you are flushing it down the drain every time you even look at your car.

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We have compiled a list of cars that are guaranteed to give you years and years of pleasant bliss. You might have to make some minor adjustments here and there if you properly maintain your vehicle, but that is expected. Keep reading to learn about ten cars with the longest life spans!

10 Toyota Sequoia

Toyota has proven itself in the car industry as an empire that makes long-lasting cars. The average maintenance cost is $464 per year, but that is not bad seeing as you are guaranteed a car that will last you more years than you can count.

It is a great SUV that you can take camping, use for your commute, or even just for a drive around the block. It is as sharp as the engineers who made this and it is one purchase you won't ever regret.

9 Dodge Durango

Dodge Durango with bikes on the roof in front of an old barn

The Dodge Durango has been a staple in the American car economy as people go on unbelievable adventures in this vehicle. It has enough room to carry supplies to last you a couple of weeks, as well as the ability to add a roof rack to its design.

The major plus comes in when you discuss its reliable life span. These cars were built to last, which is why so many are still seen today. The miles you put on your odometer won't matter because it can withstand any test time seems to throw in its direction.

8 Honda Odyssey

The Honda Odyssey is a timeless vehicle that has been around since 1995, and it is still going strong despite its age. It has managed to survive the test of time as it takes every season in stride and still continues to outlast its fellow competitors.

The van itself may have seen changes as the years have passed, but its integrity and history of longevity have remained intact. It is a warrior in a sea of vans and its high mileage is the reason why it is the perfect vehicle for you and your family.

7 Lincoln Navigator

This was one car brand you didn't expect to see on this list, but Lincoln managed to make the cut with this vehicle. It is a luxury vehicle, which is all the more reason why it should last longer than other more average vehicles on the market.

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Unfortunately, that is not always the case, but it is part of the reason why this SUV should be on your list for your next vehicle. It does come with a hefty price tag of $75,000, but it is well worth the cash as it lasts longer than anyone would have ever expected.

6 Honda Civic

You can plan on spending an average of $293 per year on repairs in the Honda Civic, but if taken care of properly it will last an eternity. It has been proven time and time again that these cars were built to last as several of them have made it well into 200,000 miles and beyond.

They were made to withstand the daily commute and provide you with a reliable ride that will keep you safely on the road for longer than you could have ever imagined. There are some who say the best years to buy are those between 2006 and 20011, and avoid buying the 2012 version at all cost.

5 Chevrolet Suburban

2018 Chevrolet Suburban

This is the first vehicle to ever reach 75 years of continuous production, and it owes part of its success to the fact that it has such a long lifespan. This large SUV is the perfect car to raise a family with as it has plenty of room to store your kids, their friends, and bags of their things. You won't know how to live without this staple in your life when it finally does go after it hits its ending point over a decade later.

4 GMC Yukon XL

This beast is relatively cheap to repair at $260 per year on average, which is why there should be no question when it comes to your next vehicle. They are undeniably reliable and it might even be better to buy a used model if you don't feel like dishing out the $53,400 for the 2020 model.

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It might not be in the luxury category, but it should be, especially if you buy the upper trim packages. The design is sleek and will make you feel like royalty, especially as you stockpile up on all the money your friends are spending when their cars day years before yours does.

3 Ford Taurus

Production of this vehicle may have stopped back in 2006 due to a decline in sales, but it is a great buy for anyone interested in a used car. It is surprising seeing as this car had a reputation for lasting well beyond its years, but with the development of similar Japanese cars at the time, it lost its touch. The maintenance is a bit high at $543, but keeping this car in tiptop shape will guarantee it stays healthy and fine-tuned for years after its supposed expiration date.

2 Toyota 4Runner

This vehicle is known for its ability to live above and beyond the 200,000-mile mark as people have reported reaching over 320,000-miles in their own personal vehicles. The repairs can be a bit costly with an average of $556 per year, but when you have the possibility of hitting miles beyond your years it makes every cent worth it. If you are in the market for an SUV then look no further than this long-lasting beast because everyone likes keeping their money inside of their wallets.

1 Chevrolet Impala

This infamous car made its first appearance back in 1958, but just this year they have decided to discontinue making the model. It is a shame because this car has such a long life span it is actually passed down through multiple generations of drivers.

The look has drastically changed as the years have passed but that has no hold over its impressive age and high mileage. This car reaches for the stars as it surpasses the competition year after years to help save its drivers some of their hard-earned cash.

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