Older vehicles yes, not new ones. Not anymore. These new vehicles are so complicated to save a much fuel as possible they are not going to last as long. Have you seen how these DI engines have carbon building up on the intake valves?I always get 200k plus without any major repairs. Exception was my 94 Silverado which had a transmission failure at just under 100K. My own fault running through DV in the summer with AC on and throttle pegged. I had that one for over 300,000 miles.
My moms Pulsar almost 500K, Camry 400K, GMC Sierra currently at over 150K, brothers Chevy Tracker currently pushing 300K, Both our 23 year old and 25 year old Lexus's are going on 150K. Zero repairs other than wearables such as brakes, tires, belts, suspension. Oh yes a heater core and clutch on the GMC Sierra due to previous owners lack of maintenance and poor driving habits.
I expect to run this Honda into the ground like the rest of my rigs.