These cars are reliable and easy on the wallet, and offer incredible staying power
A decade ago, the impossible became the status quo: Cars from nearly every brand were routinely making it well past the 150,000-km mark and chugging along respectably toward another 50,000. Today, among new or relatively recent models, 300,000 km is to be expected. But which vehicles are most likely to be truly viable after passing that milestone, not as embarrassing relics, but as proud workhorses possibly capable of hitting the 400,000 mark?
Click through to see which cars have real staying power.
Haren Hay's twin turbo RIPS Racing Evil II racing against a supercharged Statesman. Filmed at the 2014 4 And Rotary Nationals.
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