8. GMC Yukon – 1.9 Percent
The epitome of a big family SUV is the GMC Yukon. Identical to the Chevrolet Suburban, but positioned a little above it due to higher prices and better equipment, the Yukon is a status symbol truck. Big, spacious, powerful and quality made this is one of the best domestic vehicles and a true American car.
The current fourth generation has electronic safety systems, third-row seating, a tough chassis, four-wheel drive, heavy-duty suspension and much more. With two gasoline-powered V8 engines and a choice between a six or eight-speed automatic transmission, the Yukon is a car for every purpose. It is no surprise almost 2.0 percent of all Yukons from the early 1990’s to today have gone over 200,000 miles.
9. Lincoln Navigator – 2.0 Percent
When the first Navigator rolled off the assembly line in 1998, nobody could expect it would be such a successful, influential model. It wasn’t the first full-size luxury SUV or the biggest, but its combination of luxury, style, power, and performance were so captivating, it influenced the industry. Soon, General Motors and Chrysler put out similar models. In fact, the Navigator existed before the Cadillac Escalade, which came out a year later.
Currently, in its fourth generation, the Navigator is still one of the best models around and statistics prove that. Using the best of Ford’s technology, rugged underpinnings, tough components and quality materials, 2.0 percent of all Navigators have crossed the magical 200,000-mile mark.