Toyota’s quality has fallen off a little in recent years, while Chevy’s has improved. I would not say Chevy is as good, but not as much separation as ten years ago. I never kept cars long enough to see them begin to fail, EXCEPT, my 1997 Ford F-150 4x4. It wasn’t garaged for most of the time I owned it, and still not one sign of rust. It was NOT an expensive truck. I had it 17 years and it was still like driving a new truck when I traded it in on my minivan. I regret having traded it, but with two other vehicles, I could not see any way to arrange the driveway parking situation to make room for a fourth vehicle, and I couldn’t figure out how to use it for hauling DJ gear. A lot of how long vehicles last depends a lot on how well it’s cared for. I ALWAYS have scheduled maintenance performed on all my vehicles.I had an S-10, a Beretta, 2 Monte Carlo's (which came through GM's BEST QA plant) and a Toyota Tacoma. The Tacoma outlived all 4 Chevy's - and was still asking for more. Maintenance was also cheaper on my Tacoma than on any other vehicle. That truck went 300k before Toyota bought it back from me (frame perforation) for a really nice price. My Chevy's - each one started needing major work at 70k. This DOES equate to better in my book.