America's most-driven vehicle isn't exactly what you'd call a 'driver's car'

The most-driven and least-driven vehicles in the U.S. are Chevrolets, according to a new report. But they couldn’t be any more different.

Online marketplace iseecars.com analyzed sales of millions of 10-year-old vehicles between 2015 and 2018 to determine which ones had the most miles on them.

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Trucks, SUVs and minivans dominated the list, with the Chevrolet Suburban on top at 14,862 annual miles, which is 24 percent above the industry average of 11,987.

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It was followed by the nearly identical GMC Yukon XL, Toyota Sequoia, Honda Odyssey and Chevrolet Tahoe, with the Toyota Prius the only car in the top 13.

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On the other hand, the Chevrolet Corvette Convertible had the lowest miles at just 4,272, with the Porsche 911 Convertible, 911 Coupe and Corvette coupe not far behind.

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In fact, coupes and convertibles were roundly outdone for overall class honors, finishing dead last behind minivans, SUVs, pickup trucks, wagons, sedans and hatchbacks.

(Are minivans the true "driver's cars" now?)

Here’s a look at the top 13 models:

1              Chevrolet Suburban         14,862

2              GMC Yukon XL                14,708

3              Toyota Sequoia                14,193

4              Honda Odyssey               14,120

5              Chevrolet Tahoe              14,040

6              Honda Pilot                      13,920

7              GMC Yukon                     13,755

8              Nissan Armada                13,753

9              Ford Expedition               13,704

10           Cadillac Escalade ESV    13,615

11           Toyota Prius                      13,534

12           Toyota Sienna                  13,442

13           Toyota Land Cruiser         13,434

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