Toyota, Honda, Subaru homeowners almost certainly to maintain their vehicles for not less than 15 years
Toyota, Honda, and Subaru made up the complete record of vehicles homeowners had been almost certainly to maintain for 15 years, in accordance with a research from iSeeCars. The group analyzed over 750,000 used automobile gross sales all through 2018 to see what number of autos had been offered as “unique proprietor” autos. The mannequin years sampled are from 1981-2003, to satisfy the 15-year or extra possession standards.
READ THIS: People are holding onto vehicles longer, in accordance with federal research
On common, 7.5 p.c of automobile homeowners hold their autos for not less than 15 years, however Toyota Highlander homeowners are 2.5 instances extra prone to hold onto their autos than homeowners of different fashions. A whopping 18.5 p.c of Highlander homeowners saved their crossover SUV for the prolonged time frame. Rounding out the highest 5 are the Toyota Prius (16.2 p.c of homeowners saved the automobile for 15 years or longer), Toyota Sienna (16.1 p.c), Honda Pilot (15.three p.c), and Toyota Tundra (14.1 p.c).
The one mannequin to interrupt out Toyota and Honda’s maintain on the highest 15 chart is the Subaru Forester in tenth place with 12.1 p.c of homeowners protecting the compact crossover for 15 years-plus.
Japanese automakers additionally spherical out the highest three manufacturers that patrons personal for 15 years or extra. Toyota, Honda, and Subaru place first, second, and third. Hyundai falls in fourth place, whereas Nissan takes fifth place.
DON’T MISS: Korean manufacturers high newest J.D. Energy new-car high quality research
It is not till the research checked out solely SUVs that home manufacturers cracked into the lists. The GMC Yukon XL and Chevrolet Suburban had been the 11th and 12th SUV fashions homeowners saved for 15 years-plus, which rounded out the top of the record. Home manufacturers additionally spherical out the top of the record for pickup vehicles, too. Homeowners of the Toyota Tundra, Tacoma, and Nissan Frontier are way more prone to personal their vehicles for 15 years or extra at 14.1, 13.4, and 10.7 p.c, respectively.
The closest mannequin to the Japanese pickups is the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, which 8.7 p.c of homeowners saved for 15 years or extra. On common, 7.7 p.c of pickup truck homeowners held onto their workhorses for 15 years-plus.