It's becoming more and more rare, but some people do keep their cars for 15 years or more. To determine the top 10 cars owners keep for 15 years or more, iSeeCars.com analyzed over 650,000 cars from the 1981-2002 model years that were sold in 2017. All 10 vehicles on the list are at least 1.7 times more likely than average to be kept by the original owners for 15 years or more, and the list is basically dominated by a single automaker.
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Where is the Corolla ?????
ITS THE BEST VALUE FOR YOUR HARD EARN MONEY CAR IN THE WORLD!
2018 model year has safety features like auto braking, lane keep assist and auto high beam. If you go for the upgrade (Just C$1500), you will have heated steering wheel, alloy wheels and moon roof.
MOST IMPORTANTLY..... YOU CAN DRIVE IT FOR YEARS without much problems.
My Toyota 4runner is 21 years old. No mechanical problems. Only problem is the rust made holes on the roof and now it leaks when it rains. That is the fault of the previous owner. Not the company. Over 200k miles and still going strong!
Not one German car in this list pound for pound or dollar for dollar you can't beat the reliability of Japanese cars why waste your money on an over priced pocket raping German car! I own an 2008 prius still going strong and my next car will be a lexus.
Got an ‘02 Camry with 250k miles still running great a 16’ highlander that’s still a new born baby and a 2000 Tacoma with 189k on it and still running like new! Toyota all day everyday for me and the family!!!!!
I kept my 2001 highlander for 14 years and sold it, because I didn't have room for it anymore. I think about that car almost everyday. I sold it with over 300k miles on it and still had no issues. We also kept a 1990 Camry in my family for about 20 years. We ended just giving it awat, but that car was A TANK. It never gave any issues and I remember taking long family trip from NY to Canada very often as a child. I'm actually going to buy a new Rav 4 this week. Toyota for life!
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I have a new corolla s at this time. The reason i went with toyota is as a teen we could find these under a tree im somones yard . All 78 through 85 . We bought them for $50 to $100 and with a little work drove them trouble free for years.
IN TANZANIA WE GOT A LOT OF 30 TO 40 YEARS OLD VEHICLES ,, old & rugged but still they are on the road,,, all of em are toyotas,, these japanese engineers really know how to make tough unbreackable vehicles
IN TANZANIA AND EAST AFRICA TOYOTA HIACES SOME ARE even 30 to 35 years old & still they are used as a means of public transport. Also we got a lot of toyota hiluxes,, more than 40 years,, toyota STOUTS especially in rural areas,, COMMONLY IN CHAGGA LAND LIKE KILIMANJARO. We gat corollas and dyna callipers all of em are more than 30 years and still they are working
I kept my 2003 Civic Hybrid (bought in May 2002) right up until March 2018, when I hit a deer late one night and totaled it out. I've owned Toyota products, but while not as bad as Fords I always found them awkward and never kept them more than a few years.
My oldest car is a 24 year old Jeep wrangle . I bought it new in 94 and it gets drove almost every day. My next oldest is a 97 Chevy Silverado. That’s my work truck . Then I have a 2000 ram 3/4 ton truck that pulls my trailers around , then a 2000 Toyota truck I take hunting . Next 2001 Chevy suburban just got back from a 2500 mile trip with that one then a 2001 Audi TT convertible which is my wife’s favorite to drive. I also have an 07 mustang which isn’t 15 years old yet but I’m planning on keeping probably forever. I don’t think it to terribly uncommon for people to hang onto a car for a while. Besides who really likes making car payments anyways.
How come there are no European Cars on this list? Volvo, SAAB, Mercs and BMW, not forgetting VW are extremely reliable and long lasting. BTW, where are Rolls and Bentley? I have a BMW 750 iL V12, 1998, a SAAB 2.3t Vector 2004 and a Volvo V70 XC Cross Country 2000. All three are extremely reliable and robust. In a collision any of them shall beat the heck out of any Japanese Tin Lizzy. Ford and GM cars made in Europe are long lasting. American Cars do last long. I had a Lincoln Town Car 1977. I used it until 2000. She was everything that anyone wants in a car. The only shortcoming: Size for Parking.
I treat her bad and she doesn’t let me down. I let her unwashed for long time and she doesn’t get mad at me. I drive her with crappy oil and she still loves me. I buy cheap stuff for her birthdays and she still appreciates my commitment to her. She welcomes me with her warm voice on those arctic mornings and keeps me cool on those scorching days. I drive her hard on those snow covered highways and still, she tells me not to worry when big pickups disappear on ditches. Parked she waits for weeks, sometimes, yet happily she start to greet me. She is my trusted priceless friend. She is Corolla 2001. 160K miles and still going strong.
*how about trying one that includes domestics while i agree most of these people that own toyota's and Honda's are good cars and trucks, Obviously somehow domestic vehicles were completely left out of this "survey" as most GM, Cadillac, Dodge,Jeep, and Ford owners keep their vehicles for longer than 15 years. Most of those aren't out of need they actually love their vehicles that much that they just DO keep them*
American cars suck like American people , American heath care American police anything american stay away. If any Americans want to know true freedom and heath move to Europe. You been brain washed by fake news ..
I know that Toyota has been the darling of automotive reviewers for a long time but my single experience as a Toyota owner left me underwhelmed by all the hype. I had a 1989 Toyota Camry. Yes, for the first 100,000 miles I had virtually no problems; just one minor repair that cost $64 to fix. But from 100K to 230K it was one problem after another and when I tallied up the total of repair bills from my files I had spent more than $12,000 repairing the car. On the other hand, I still own a 1997 Maxima which has given me very few problems and still runs great at 142,000 miles. I'm sure most Toyota owners are satisfied but my own experience did not match theirs.
Of course these vehicles last longer, because they are bought by city dwellers who drive on pavement their entire life. American made trucks are bought for the mining, farming, logging,and construction business where they have the shit driven out of them on dirt and gravel roads where some of these foreign trucks wouldn't last a week.
My dad had a Chevy s10 with a 4.3l vortec v6 .He would deliver newspapers from Sudbury to Manitou Lin island in Ontario Canada. He drove year round averaging 500kms daily .That little 1995 s10 had 550 000kms when he stopped working at the Sudbury star. Ps It was still going strong.
I got a 2002 camry and i loved it but it had alot of issues, i had electrical problems killed batteries , transmission was banging into gear. steering wheel made weird souns when turning,had a/c issues and alinment issues, was all under warranty but i didnt trust it anymore so i got a hyundai sonata beautiful car 4000 miles no issues at all . I Guess sometimes u get a lemon.
I have a 1997 4Runner. It's my oldest and most reliable car. Gas, oil, tires, brakes, plugs and one timing belt. Those are the only repairs I've ever done. Everything else still works, every switch, every power window, every power lock, power mirrors, even the interior is rip free. The engine still purrs like a kitten and has plenty of power. Take a look around, how many 3rd gen 4runners do you still see on the road every day? Now how many '97 explores or blazers do you see? Toyota builds stuff that lasts.
that's nothing, i have a 1979 stainless steel body jeep owner assembled with 600k km, only changed oil and brake pad maintenance, with 70's toyota 4k engine on it, driving strong and won't die...................
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