When you purchase a vehicle that’s going to be your daily ride and the one you rely on for the travel you need to make, it’s important that you know you’re about to put a lot of miles on the odometer. We love to rack up the miles on the vehicles that we use for picking up the kids, taking vacations, going to work, and running errands every day. This means the vehicles that have a lot of miles on them have to be built right to handle the torture of the daily grind.
The Vehicles We Drive the Most
Here’s a big SUV that can do everything, especially when it’s equipped with AWD. Bring home a load of materials for the weekend, load up the kids for an adventure, or use it for the daily driving you need to take care of. The 4Runner has been driven an average of 13,019 miles per year which is 13.9 percent above average.
This big brute can do it all. Use it to pull a boat to the lake or a trailer to the campground. Fill it with the gear needed for the team event or let the kids bring some friends along. This big SUV is built with lots of space and lots of seats and it’s driven an average of 13,112 miles per year. That number puts it at 14.7 percent above the average.
Cadillac Escalade ESV
Adding luxury to the experience of the daily ride hasn’t caused this big Caddy to be kept in the garage. Instead, this beauty is out on the road for an average of 13,257 miles per year making it one that’s driven about 16 percent above average. This SUV is one that can easily handle the load and offer a great deal of comfort and performance when you drive.
As you would expect, the Honda Pilot is a three-row SUV that gets used a lot. Thankfully, it’s built to handle the torture and push through to be a vehicle that you enjoy on the road an average of 13,273 miles every year. This SUV is certainly well-loved and is the one you’ll see on the road at a clip of 16.1 percent above the average vehicle in the US.
This is a minivan that we love to drive. If you’re out for an adventure or exploring the roads, this is the minivan you’ll see on the roads often. The Odyssey is tough and comfortable at the same time to be the perfect choice for families that drive it an average of 13,282 miles more than others on the road, which is 16.2 percent above average.
When you choose a big SUV for the one you want to use for your daily tasks, it’s easy to see how it can be one that drives more than the rest. The GMC Yukon is one of the most impressive and imposing vehicles on the road and owners drive it an average of 13,396 miles per year, which is 17.2 percent above the average of the rest of the market.
This big SUV is one that wears a badge that tells you it’s a reliable choice for your drive. That’s a good thing considering the Sequoia is driven an average of 18.3 percent more than other vehicles on the road. This translates to 13,525 miles on the odometer each year which is a lot of games, activities, and adventures.
Chevrolet Tahoe/GMC Yukon XL
Big and powerful, the Chevrolet Tahoe is an SUV that we love to drive. We also love to treat it like a truck and like an off-road brute. The GMC Yukon XL is simply a longer version of the standard Yukon. Both of these vehicles are driven 23.5 percent more than the average which means owners are putting 14,109 miles on the odometer every year.
The vehicle that’s driven the most above the average is the massive Chevrolet Suburban. This big SUV is used for every possible need on the road and has the space needed for a small army to live inside. No wonder owners will rack up an average of 14,299 miles on the odometer which translates to 25.1 percent above the average every year.