In the light-duty pickup truck segment, the Honda Ridgeline came in first, with 3% of trucks reaching 200,000 miles. - Photo via IFCAR/Wikimedia. 

In the light-duty pickup truck segment, the Honda Ridgeline came in first, with 3% of trucks reaching 200,000 miles.

Photo via IFCAR/Wikimedia. 

The Honda Ridgeline is the light-duty pickup truck most likely to reach 200,000 miles, according to new data from iSeeCars.

The study analyzed 13.8 million different vehicles in various segments to determine which models have the highest percentage of vehicles over 200,000 miles.

In the light-duty pickup truck segment, the Honda Ridgeline came in first, with 3% of trucks reaching 200,000 miles. It's followed by a tie for second place between the Toyota Tundra and Toyota Tacoma (2.6%); the Chevy Silverado 1500 is third (1.9%); Ford F-150 closely follows (1.8%). The Nissan Titan and GMC Sierra 1500 tied for sixth place (1.7%), with the Ram Pickup 1500 and Chevy Colorado also tying for seventh (1.1%). The Nissan Frontier is ranked last (1%).

The pickups analyzed produced a 1.8% average of reaching 200,000 miles or more.

Overall, SUVs dominated the general list of vehicles most likely to make it to or over 200,000 miles.

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