Over the last two decades, the longevity of cars has improved. Twenty years ago, cars were built to last for about 100,000 miles on average. Today, cars typically can last on U.S. roads for an average of 122,500 miles or about 11.6 years thanks to a variety of vehicle improvements, including lubricants, powertrain technology and rust prevention.
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