The 25 Most Reliable Trucks: 200,000 Miles and Going Strong

Choosing the most reliable truck is not an easy task, as these models are built to last. In general, trucks are designed to work hard for years on end, which is why we limited our list to only the models that regularly get 200,000 miles or more. Remember that trucks are designed to last significantly longer than passenger vehicles due to their tough construction and top-of-the-line engineering. Regular maintenance and scheduled replacements keep these vehicles in fighting trim for decades. In this list of the 25 most reliable trucks, we are including pickups as well as SUVs that have seen time on the road. More recent models will have to wait and prove themselves. Every model on here has earned its spot with a formidable reputation and the ability to keep on truckin.’

25. 2011-2016 Ford F-250 Super Duty

The 2011 to 2016 Super Duty models (third generation) are similarly reliable and powerful to the second generation featured below. It always had excellent output, especially with the Power Stroke turbodiesel engine, with 735 pound-feet of torque in 2011 and 800 in 2012. While they haven’t been on the road quite as long as the second generation, commercial users have already run up the clock on these workhorses.

The Super Duty from these years can also tow and haul with the best of them, towing as much as 24,500 pounds or hauling 7,110 in the bed. You will be able to find multiple cabin styles, bed lengths, and trims. Best of all, because these models are still recent, you can buy one now and not have to get another truck for a decade or more, as they won’t have accumulated many miles yet.