Reliability is one of the biggest things to consider in buying a car. Many modern buyers these days have a mindset that changing their car is a must when it reaches two or three years with them. Others see buying cars as an investment to get their money’s worth. Although it is unusual for a car to function well even when it has reached a marker of 250,000 miles, you can easily find one in the car market. Today, manufacturers have made cars that offer this kind of service length to its owners. We have listed 84 cars, both old and new, that’s ready to serve you more than 250,000 miles!
The Subaru Foster, a hit ever since it was released by Subaru is popular for having the best 4WD system and an impressive palette of engines. Moreover, the turbocharged variants of this car are also worth the praise! Naturally, aspirated ones are known to travel more than 250,000 miles if maintained regularly.
Volkswagen is a popular car brand in Europe that has made a reputation for its cars’ reliability and functionality that is present from generation to generation. Their VW Passat is an example of this as even its latest released version has kept the same qualities. The diesel engines are popular for outliving the rest of the car, and with the 1.8 Turbo engine that was released recently, it’s proven to have the same durability.
This car released by Lexus is another on our list that is highly promising in our car expectations. Lexus RX350/450h has a hybrid and gas variants that boasts as one of the most reliable of its kind.
We can’t deny that the Honda CR-V is a car that truly outlasts others by going more than the 250,000 miles marker. This car is a compact crossover that features many useful functions and reliable engines. Its 2.4-liter four-cylinder that is found in its older models is an example of its special features. Although many people are repulsed by its external look, Honda CR-V takes pride in its long service and reliability to its owner.
Lexus ES 350/450
Although the design of Lexus may seem average and its performance considered as mild, it makes up for its longevity and reliability. People who have bought this car are still happily enjoying its services even when it has traveled more than 200,00 miles!
The Toyota Camry does not even need an introduction as everybody knows Toyota cars are indeed reliable for decades now. This car is always part of the top list when it comes to those who want a reliable and durable means of transportation. We’d say that it really doesn’t offer anything else that’s bigger than how it is known for its durability.
If you’re thinking of off roads, the Toyota 4Runner is the go-to SUV. It has a long history that has proven its reliability of being used for extensive off-road travels. It has a 4WD system and a wide range of engines that could stand abuse regularly while providing the needed torque on the road. This explains why many off-road enthusiasts all over the world prefer this car.
Lincoln Town Car
Only three car models that share the same platform, like the Ford Crown Victoria, is the Lincoln Town Car. It has all the features of a town car but its packaged in a more luxurious way. Its 4.6-liter V8 engine is quite praiseworthy when it comes to amazing functionality that it hasn’t been updated much in its 13-year of existence.
Nissan Titan XD
The engine powering Nissan Titan XD is like all other Cummins diesel engines recognized for their reliability, ruggedness, and durability. It’s a standard to have a 5.6L V8 petrol engine when it comes to running for very long miles. However, if you’re looking for a long-lasting engine, it’s the Cummins 5.0 turbodiesel V8 we highly suggest.
Chevy and Ford are well-known car manufacturers that have long been rivals of each other. These two brands are currently tied in terms of market share and loyal buyers in the US. Moreover, they release cars that go on par from the other. An example of this is the Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD, one of the trucks produced by Chevrolet to compete against the F-series released by Ford. The Chevy Silverado 2500HD, like its counterpart from Ford, can survive abuse on rough roads and performs well even after going over the six-figure mileage.
Another on the list that’s recognized for its reliability even when its traveled the 200,000 mileage is the Honda Odyssey. It is known for having flexible 3.5-liter V6 engines and wear-resistant transmissions. Other parts of this car have similar durability as well. Whether its design is your cup of tea or not, when it comes to a good and reliable car for your family, it’s definitely the Honda Odyssey.
You know a car is reliable when it has an increasing number of happy customers like the Acura RDX. Aside from its powerful V6 with 279 horsepower engine, it proudly boasts how easily it can go beyond the 250,000 mileage when this car is well-maintained. The Acura RDX has the standard 6-speed automatic transmission that helps it reach the highest mileage possible.
No wonder the Chevrolet Impala is one of the most reliable cars in North America, it can go more than the 250,000 miles and has all the features to love when it comes to addressing your transportation needs. It has an already amazing ECOTEC 2.5L DOHC 4-cylinder, but if you want more from this car, you could opt the one with a 305-horsepower 3.6L DOHC V6 with 6-speed automatic.
The Toyota Corolla is popular as one of the most durable cars from Japan that was released around 1989. It’s a breeze for these cars to function well even after the 250,000-mile mark. What makes this car so resilient is its great engine. All Toyota Corollas versions are built for the long-haul; be it the European, JDM, or American versions.
When talking about durability, the Honda Pilot will never be missed out. Many of the first generation Pilots released take pride in their amazing mileage. We’re excited for the latest version as the company promises to keep the durability. Nobody knows when yet, but we’re hoping it’s anytime sooner.
Just like the VW Passat, the Audi A4 crossover variant is pretty popular in terms of resilience and reliability. And applicable to most of its engines, it can travel a very high mileage number as long as its been taken care of.
It’s hard to tell whether Scions are good or bad. People’s opinions of it are different; they either like them or hate them. However, we’re complimenting the Scion xB’s proven reliability. One owner even said that it just keeps going. He’s right because the car can easily go beyond the 250,000-mile mark.
Nissan Patrol and Toyota Land Cruiser have a lot in common with their features and engines. Both cars’ engines have amazing off-road features, great endurance, and overall good quality. In fact, the Nissan Patrol can’t even be classified as a regular SUV used to pick up your kids at school. It’s meant for the wild and harsh terrains.
GMC Sierra 2500HD
Looking for a truck perfect for carrying a heavy load and towing cars? The GMC Sierra 2500HD is just what you need. It can easily deal with heavy-duty thanks to its amazing solid body and more than capable engines. It may not be as popular as the Ford or Chevy but this brand has an established market in the US.
Not only a reliable car but also an aesthetically pleasing car that will make you proud as bring it to the road. The Mazda 6 has the reliability of Toyota Camry (mentioned earlier) and holds a luxurious design –which is rare nowadays.
The Toyota Tacoma comes in a great package thanks to its off-road capability and engine capacity. Although its interior may be tight for its size and its fuel economy is average, you could say that its rugged and handsome exterior makes up for it. Moreover, it has a standard 2.7-liter four-cylinder producing 180 lb-ft of torque which is usually paired with a five-speed manual or a six-speed automatic. You could also opt for a 3.5 liter V-6 which makes 265 lb-ft of torque which can come with a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission. The V-6 one can tow as much as 6800lb if well-equipped. A TRD Pro trim and a heavy-duty suspension is highly suggested for those who are in for some serious road adventures.
Ford F-250 Super Duty
The F-250 is a towing beast truck on the road. A bigger version of the F-150, this F-250 is made for even heavier duty as both its engine and frame are made for that extra load for everyday usage. This truck was designed to reach a lot of miles which is why we’re not wondering how some have traveled beyond the 250,000-mile marker.
All Toyotas on this list are reliable, however, the Toyota Sequoia is a standout thanks to its larger built. It has a 5.7L V8 engine that’s equipped with a 6-speed transmission to survive the most extreme conditions of driving. This car can easily go over the 250,000-mile marker without any issues if it has been well taken care of. On the downside, in terms of fuel consumption, it’s not the top of the line, but the Toyota Sequoia is considered a great full-size SUV in the car market.
Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD
We can’t forget to mention the Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD when talking about heavy-duty vehicles as this car is the most trusted and popular of its kind. It is a competitive car that has a Duramax® 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8, ready for all kinds of abuse on the road. Moreover, in a standard frame, it comes with a Vortec® 6.0L petrol V8 that’s sure to make reaching the 250,000 mileage and beyond easy.
Honda Civics, like the Toyota Corollas, share the same reputations. Honda Civics are commended for their fuel efficiency and reliability. It may not be so thrilling compared to other cars, however, it is pretty popular in America for its well-build engines, and potential for customization (which many car enthusiasts enjoy). Whether you buy a brand new Honda Civic or a secondhand one, you’re sure to experience its resilience and durability that will give a good value to your money.
The Ford F-150 holds a proud reputation as being the workhorse of America because of how reliable it can be. You’ll usually see these trucks in ranches and small businesses all over the US for many years as Americans have recognized and trust their capability to get the work done every day. It’s definitely not a surprise that these trucks can go over the 250,000-mile marker without any performance issues.
The Chevrolet Equinox is not only a good catch for its quiet, cozy, and well-built space, its other features surely helps it to sell well in the car market. This car has three turbo fours: the 170-hp 1.5-liter, as well as the 137-hp 1.6-liter diesel, are paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, and the 252-hp 2.0-liter goes with a nine-speed transmission. Moreover, it also has an automated emergency braking and lane-keeping assist are also installed as its active safety features. As for its entertainment/information system, it offers a 7.0-inch touchscreen that can easily pair with any Apple or Android device. You can even opt for a bigger screen of 8.0-inch.
We’re sad that the Saab 9000 is no longer being produced because it was such an amazing car! You could say it’s one of the best examples of the golden days of the Swedish automotive industry. Along with three other Fiat models, this car shares the same platform. The Saab 9000 uses Fiat’s Tipo Quattro platform. Its engines are not what you could consider as attractive, however, it’s pretty decent and is definitely reliable and loyal.
Toyota Land Cruiser
One of the most popular off-road rides outside of the United States, the Toyota Land Cruiser boasts its top spot having almost invincible engines, amazing 4WD systems, and tank-like structures. Their 4.2-liter diesel models are quite popular among those on the grind; going on UN missions all over the world, or even Aussies who are traversing deep into the menacing bush. With specs like these, they deserve to be famous.
The Toyota Prius is known for its astounding durability despite being the most common hybrid in the market. Its hybrid engine has amazingly proven itself time and time again that it has even come close to the greatness of a Camry. A slight issue with this hybrid car, however, is its essential battery replacement is before its engine fails. This definitely burns a hole in your pocket, the issue bringing the total reliability of Toyota Prius down. All things considered, however, it is still a pretty decent ride.
VW Golf 4 TDI
Many people consider the 1.9-liter TDI engines in Volkswagen Golf 4 to be the best that VW has made, and for good reason. With engines that are quite robust and flexible, there are many Golfs that are still running perfectly nowadays, and for sure, they will continue to work well in the future.
The Toyota Sienna is one of, if not, the most reliable minivans in the market, having a well-built bodywork and an excellent 4WD system. Boasting it’s high mileage numbers built with long-distance transport in mind, this amazing feature, the Toyota Sienna is definitely a step above other minivans of its kind.
The Toyota Highlander has seen a lot of upgrades in its body-frame and interior design to give more room for its passengers. What remained the same, however, was its reliable engine. Along with it is its 3.5-liter V6 found even in its older models, which has been known for its toughness and power. This makes Toyota Highlander outlast its competitors in the market.
The Ford Taurus, when well-maintained, can easily reach more than 250,000 miles with zero issues. If you want the best results, choose the 288-hp 3.5L V6 engine over the 2.0L Ecoboost inline-four or the 3.5L Ecoboost V6 of the SHO. All Ford Taurus engines are paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission that will help it endure longer trips in the countryside.
As one of Subaru’s cars with boxer engines, the Subaru Legacy unquestionably possesses a legacy of endurance that even bears the most difficult of situations on the road quite with ease. Choosing one of these Legacy sedans is surely a no sweat choice that will let you reach 250,000 miles. These cars are equipped with an all-wheel-drive as standard, coming in 2.5L or 3.6L engine options then paired with Lineartronic® CVT transmission for a smooth driving experience.
If only there weren’t a plethora of compact cars out there, Hyundai’s Elantra would definitely have a higher rank than its current position. The vehicle boasts its comfortable seats and well-built cabin along with its own active safety features and many other advanced techs. Compared to its competitors, its trunk space is much bigger and it can be purchased in either hatchback (the Elantra GT) or its usual sedan body style. The former has more space for your belongings as well as a more powerful base engine. The 2018-released Hyundai Elantra released in 2018 has a very high prediction of reliability ratings – its position one of the highest for its car class.
Despite its familiar exterior, the Jeep Wrangler’s internal features have received multitudes of upgrades that made it modernized than its older models, all thanks to its designer and engineers. These changes, however, have caused a slight increase in the rake of the windshield. Whatever model it is, the promising top-down driving experience has been the main attraction that draws consumers to Jeep vehicles ever since its first appearance in the market.
Ford Crown Victoria
A familiar vehicle seen in a lot of mainstream cinema, the Ford Crown Victoria is one of the most common police cruisers in the whole world. These cars are being phased out now with very high six-figure mileages, yet they are usually turned into taxis once their law enforcement service is over. It is common to see Crown Vics reaching more than 500,000 miles, so 250,000 miles is obviously a piece of cake for this car.
Dodge Ram Cummins
Dodge and Cummins made a one-of-a-kind, top-seller vehicle when they collaborated. The Cummins engines seen in the most recent Dodge Ram models come in either a 5.9-liter turbocharged inline 6 or 6.7 liters, which is its newer version. These two engines are powerhouses packing some serious torque because not only are they powerful, they are also quite reliable.
Mercedes-Benz E Class W124
The Mercedes-Benz E Class W124 is an updated model of the legendary diesel engines in W123. It goes without saying – this Mercedes car has become one of the most reliable in the world. When maintained properly, this car can go well over 250,000 miles and still function well, even known to have a much higher mileage than that.
Jeep Grand Cherokee
This Jeep pretty much ranks higher than any SUV made for off-road excursions, as their 2016 models are built specifically for such activity. The standard engine is a 295-hp 3.6L V-6 with an eight-speed automatic transmission but can also be gotten with a 240-hp turbo-diesel V-6 or 360-hp 5.7L V-8 to your preference. You can also choose from the three four-well drive systems, each system having a variety of capabilities. The Grand Cherokee has touchscreen infotainment and Wi-Fi (optional) functions inside, making this car perfect for driving through rough terrains or just doing simple day-to-day errands.
The Mazda MX-5 is relatively cheaper than other sports cars, but as long as it is well-maintained, reaching the maximum mileage should not be a problem. This beautiful ride is equipped with an equally beautiful 2.0L Skyactiv inline-four engine.
The Nissan Altima is a sedan containing a capable engine with varying options as well as a spacious cabin that ensures the passengers’ comfort. You can either have a 182-hp 2.5L four or a 270-hp 3.5L V-6, both paired with a CVT. It also has an SR variation that has a unique pair of wheels, paddle shifts, and a stiffer suspension tuning. Its safety features include forward emergency braking and adaptive cruise control. Aside from these, this stunning car also has blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert. All these additional safety features cost extra or are non-existent in other regular-sized sedans.
BMW 5 Series E39
Though being in the market for a long period of time, the E39 sedan of BMW 5 Series has not aged well. Built between 1995 to 2004, being a good example of German engineering, this BMW has inline-six engines which are well-known for their durability and performance. It is not surprising to see E39s with more than 250,000 miles being sold in the second-hand market, with well-maintained ones even having higher mileage than that.
The Chevrolet Malibu is a handsome style with a fashionable interior and greater functionality, its backseat with more legroom than before. Its engine can either be a 160-hp turbo 1.5L four-cylinder or a 250-hp turbo 2.0L four, both having a 4WD system as well as a six-speed automatic transmission. It is well-built and one of the popular family favorites among sedan cars.
The Ford Explorer is an SUV featuring a luxurious interior that can seat 7 people, has strong endurance, and high-tech features. Its standard engine is a 290-hp V-6 with a four-wheel drive, but an all-wheel-drive can be an option. Other engine options include a 280-hp turbo four and a 365-hp twin-turbo V-6, the latter having a sports model with a chassis that is sport-tuned and an all-wheel drive. It is a comfortable ride with a quiet cabin that may seem larger than it actually is.
This is Toyota’s crossover bestseller which now has four generations, proving itself reliable throughout the years. When well-maintained, the 250,000-mile marker is an easy thing to achieve for the XA40 RAV4. There are many diesel and petrol engines to choose from, and if you’re aiming to make it last longer than it usually can, you might want to have one with automatic transmission.
Even before Mercedes-Benz has made a name for itself as a luxury car brand, this German car label has actually built some of the most durable and reliable machines in the world. The W123 is certainly the most popular in this aspect, especially those with diesel engines. The company gives out badges and certificates for the mileage that their car achieves and it has been known that the most prestigious badge is one with a 1,000,000 miles. Talk about high mileage.
This Subaru crossover is made with a slightly higher suspension, but it’s considered to be the same as a Subaru Legacy in all other aspects, making it quite a top choice among car buyers. However, Subaru made this vehicle only available in the United States. This ride may not be as exciting as other cars out there, but it serves its purpose well – to take your cargo and your passengers in a comfortable ride on whatever type of road that you travel.
This full-sized truck is definitely a luxury vehicle that features a variety of technological features as well as its lightweight materials. Although it conforms to the size of today’s trucks, it is relatively more affordable, stylish and spacious than its counterparts.
Ford Focus ST
This car is a perfection. Aside from being athletic and powerful, the Ford Focus ST is fuel-efficient and has a 252 hp 2.0L 4-cylinder engine that lets it to go from 0 to 60 mph in 6 seconds. Even more impressive is how it has a 6-speed manual transmission, great handling for a front-wheel-drive car, and mileage of 23 mpg city and 32 mpg highway.
Hyundai Veloster Turbo
You can’t find many hatchbacks out there smaller than the Hyundai Veloster Turbo. Although small, it is extremely fast, thanks to a 201 hp turbocharged engine. It also has 24 mpg city and 35 mpg highway, it has pretty decent mileage as well. To top it off, this model boasts heated front seats, leather upholstery and high-tech keyless access via a push button. A real sweet deal.
2015 Mini Cooper
In 2015, Mini Cooper decided to redesign their most popular model. Not only is it more fun and sporty, but it also has great fuel efficiency. With a choice of 2 engines, a 134 hp turbocharged 3-cylinder or a 189 hp turbocharged 4-cylinder, this compact car is the same-old character made better.
Porsche cars are known for being fast and stylish, but in 2019, they’ve evolved to become eco-friendly. The 2-seater track-friendly mid-engine car has a dual-clutch PDK transmission, carrying a gorgeous Porsche Cayman gets 22 mpg city and 32 mpg hwy.
The Scion FR-S is a special model that its manufacturer produces. Rather than a boxy-like appearance, the FR-S has more of a coupe, posh design. This sports car seats 4 people and has a low center of gravity. Thanks to the 2.0-L 4-cylinder engine and manual transmission, it gets 22/30 mpg city/highway.
The Subaru WRX just keeps getting sportier and sportier thanks to yearly re-designs, with the automatic climate control, backup camera, Bluetooth feature and 17-inch alloy wheels make it a hot buy in the market. Can you believe Subaru paired a 6-speed manual transmission with the new 268 hp turbocharged 2-liter four-cylinder engine? If that’s not cool enough, then the mileage of 21 mpg city/hwy should keep the Subaru WRX running through your mind.
If you’re searching for FWD and a sporty hatchback design, the Volkswagen GTI has got your back. All you have to stress about is whether you want 3 or 5-doors. The 210 hp 2-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine is a guarantee, as is the amazing fuel economy! 25 mpg city and 34 mpg hwy… you’ll definitely fall for this car!
Honda is known for their amazingly built cars, and they didn’t skimp out on the Insight. Not only does it have a spacious rear seat, comfortable riding, and secure handling, it scored better than the Toyota Prius in fuel economy! Equipped with high-tech automatic emergency braking and forward-collision warning, this car is definitely something to look out for.
Watch out, Toyota Prius – ever since Hyundai introduced their brand-new Ioniq, they’ve been facing some competition! With a similar body design, the only real difference is its incredible 52 mpg overall, the 1.6-L four-cylinder engine and the fact that it’s a hybrid really making it even more appealing. What’s even better? It comes in electric too!
Although SUVs don’t usually get the best fuel economy, the Kia Niro does and it’s pretty promising! This hybrid SUV is extremely versatile and boasts a lithium-ion battery and a 1.6-L four-cylinder engine. Its folding rear seats fold completely flat when you need some extra space, and the fact that it gets 43 mpg is also, dare I say, pretty amazing.
The large sedan Toyota makes the most money off none other than the comfortable Toyota Avalon. The sizable interior and user-friendly features make it a best-seller. It has a 3.5-liter V6 engine, eight-speed automatic transmission and gets 42 mpg to boot!
It may be a gas-powered car, but the Toyota Yaris has one of the highest fuel economy ratings. Its mileage ratings are 32/35/40 mpg for automatic transmission, the vehicle being quite high-tech with a 7-inch touch screen, low-speed forward collision warning, and automatic emergency braking. A good all in one package, we’d say!
2018 Jaguar XE
Luxury car dealer Jaguar has recently introduced the XE, a car with good fuel economy, premium features, and a low price tag that’s definitely going to want you to buy one. The 180 hp turbo diesel engine does fabulously, getting you 32/42 mpg city/hwy.
2018 Chevrolet Cruze
What’s better than a turbo-diesel engine and 6-speed manual transmission that’s also a hybrid? The Chevrolet Cruze, that’s what! This car is extremely popular, even the U.S. News gave it an 8.4/10 rating!
2018 Lincoln MKZ
Lincoln is quite an upscale manufacturer, but the new MKZ Hybrid is actually pretty affordable for consumers. The beautiful model boasts Apple CarPlay and Android Auto – a safe alternative to using your phones. This is luxury and environmentally-friendly combined into one awesome car.
2018 Kia Optima
The 2018 Kia Optima may not be the most attractive that can win your heart in an instant, it goes way deeper than the surface. The model is amazingly constructed, provides a pleasant ride, and it accommodates a cozy interior for its passengers.
2018 Honda Clarity
Honda’s hybrid electric car is really impressive. The Clarity goes 47 miles on electricity before the 212 hp gasoline engine takes over, ensuring a continuous smooth ride. It also includes Honda’s LaneWatch camera, adaptive cruise control, and automatic emergency braking, making the purchase definitely worth your money.
Audi’s Q3 crossover SUV is agile yet sophisticated -and we love it! You can upgrade the model with Audi’s Quattro® all-wheel drive if you think you’ll be off-roading at all. The best high-tech features ensure you’re plugged in, always!
Mercedes Benz definitely designed a cool car when they produced the AMG A35 4MATIC. The specific AMG elements and details make it stand out from the rest in the market. For those wanting more of a personal touch to their Mercedes, you can add multi-spoke rims and side skirts.
Mazda MX-5 Miata
The Mazda’s MX-5 Miata doesn’t sell too often, but its stats shouldn’t affect your view of this car’s reliability. The Miata’s engine and transmission have had little to no issues, and its dependability tests say the same. The 2010 and 2016 models rank especially high, and who knows if they can rank higher in the future? There’s a potential in this car for sure.
The Lexus GX is rare since it doesn’t have a Toyota counterpart, but it doesn’t mean it can’t take on hundreds of miles without a hitch. The GX always scores high in reliability and ride quality tests, so it comes as no surprise that in 2016 it made the top 10 Consumer Reports list.
Chevrolet’s Suburban proves that it will always be an all time favorite. It’s unbelievable that about 5% of Suburbans put up for sale in 2016 clocked over 200,000 miles. The numbers speak for themselves – no wonder this model is referred to the car community’s “The Rock”.
The Ford Expedition was at its best height between 2014 and 2017, earning its spot on Consumer Reports’ “much better than average” list, but, watch out because the 2012 and 2013 models are not recommended. Most models exceed 200,000 miles, though we aren’t too surprised seeing as it’s based on the F-150 pickup.
Lexus CT 200h
Lexus’ CT 200h is mirrored after Toyota’s famous Prius, so its durability comes to no surprise. This model’s overall dependability and fuel economy outweigh the compromise made in handling and engine power. In 2016, the CT 200h was even rated one of the most reliable out there. A highly recommended car on this list!
Buick’s entry-level luxury sedan is quite popular thanks to its high-reliability scores that will sure convince you to get one yourself. With the wonderful price tag attached to this beloved model, the LaCrosse offers high-tech features such as an in-car Wi-Fi hot spot, an 8-inch touchscreen, backup camera, and dual-zone automatic climate control, all for $32,000.
2019 Toyota C-HR
If you want a car that can go way beyond, the Toyota C-HR is the car that’s right for you. Standard active safety technologies, a futuristic exterior and good handling make it a win for car lovers who want a stylish yet advanced car. Just know, you’ll have to give up big cargo and back-seat space.
The Nissan Armada is another car that’ll take you miles and beyond. This large SUV will last you for years and outlast 200,000, maybe even 300,000, miles. The good handling, high-quality interior, and strong engine definitely make it quite a steal.
The Buick Regal accommodates large cargo space and spacious seating, earning it a high predicted reliability rating. The SUV provides amazing features such as a Wi-Fi hot spot, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Teen Driver. This car is rated high thanks to its reliability going 200,000+ miles, which is definitely expected from a car with such caliber.
The Volkswagen Tiguan is a car to check out thanks to its large cargo, long warranty, great safety scores, and smooth ride experience. Although the underpowered engine and lackluster gas mileage give it low-performance category ratings, this vehicle will get you where you’re going – and further and that’s already a big deal.
The Kia Sportage’s large cabin and sporty performance are only two of the vehicle’s strengths. This model has one of the longest warranties in the entire car industry and boasts an above-average reliability rating. With specs like these, this compact SUV is definitely going to give your money’s worth (and even more!)
Hyundai’s compact SUV, the Tucson, offers cool features like emergency braking, driver drowsiness monitoring, and lane-keep assistance. It also has a long warranty and above-average crash-test ratings, providing the passenger a safe space for driving. Despite these positives, we must say, the acceleration is lacking, as is the cargo space.
Donnes as ‘Rio’, this compact car by Kia comes in two models; the hatchback and sedan. You can expect a fantastic warranty, high crash-test ratings, and a large cargo space. It also has a streamlined interior, large front seats, and a great reliability rating. A comfy car that you’ll definitely be able to use for a long time.
Dodge’s 2019 Challenger offers buyers a retro-style design along with great off-the-line acceleration. The trunk is spacious, offers a quiet ride, comfortable seats, and a high-class infotainment system. So no worries – you’ll be able to fit 5 comfortably in this retro ride.
The 2019 Kia Sorento has great gas mileage, crash-test scores, and is priced to sell. The interior prides a luxurious feel to it, and it drives smoothly. As is the case with all Kia models, this model has a long warranty, and we all sure would love that.