9: 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 3500
The heavy-duty Silverado models are some of the most reliable on the road. After Hurricane Katrina, this couple bought a 2006 Silverado 3500 for hauling FEMA trailers. “The Penningtons are driving their truck on average over 500 miles every day. Tammy uses the truck for work and plays with Hugh, a retired GM Delphi employee. They bought the truck brand new in 2006 while in Georgia to help haul FEMA trailers to areas ravaged by the storm. Years later they are still going as strong as ever, though wear is beginning to show on the truck. They’ve got a little oil leak, so they are keeping an eye on oil levels.” – via Auto Blog
Aside from the design and comfort of the Silverado, reliability is a strong point of the Chevy brand. The Silverado does a great job of providing a stellar driving experience and long-term reliability. Chevy had built-up the brand quite well over the past couple of decades and the Silverado is right below the F-150 in sales.