What cars do owners drive the most? Take a look…

Full-size SUVs dominate the list of vehicles with the highest average annual mileage over 10 years.

By Julie Blackley / iSeeCars.com

The cars that owners drive the most annually are predominantly full-size SUVs, according to a new study by car search engine iSeeCars.com. 

While the average 10-year-old-vehicle is driven 11,987 miles per year, these vehicles surpass the average annual mileage 12 to 24 percent.

iSeeCars.com analyzed more than 2.3 million sales of 10-year-old cars to identify the top 13 vehicles with the highest annual mileage, which were all at least 12 percent above average.

iSeeCars Top 13 Most-Driven Vehicles
Rank Car Avg. Miles Per Year % Above Average
1 Chevrolet Suburban 14,862 24.0%
2 GMC Yukon XL 14,708 22.7%
3 Toyota Sequoia 14,193 18.4%
4 Honda Odyssey 14,120 17.8%
5 Chevrolet Tahoe 14,040 17.1%
6 Honda Pilot 13,920 16.1%
7 GMC Yukon 13,755 14.7%
8 Nissan Armada 13,753 14.7%
9 Ford Expedition 13,704 14.3%
10 Cadillac Escalade ESV 13,615 13.6%
11 Toyota Prius  13,534 12.9%
12 Toyota Sienna 13,442 12.1%
13 Toyota Land Cruiser 13,434 12.1%
Average for All Vehicles 11,987

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