Hello, I currently have a 2010 Honda Accord LX (2.4L) that will be nearly 200K miles by the end of summer. I think I've done a great job of maintaining the vehicle up until this point. --Quality Synthetic Oil and Filters changed every 7-8k miles --ATF freshed every year with Honda DW-1 (I've never dropped the pan, but I've done 3 complete fluid swaps and several Drain and Fill's inbetween). Drop the pan and clean it out? I replaced the remote in-line filter with an OEM Honda filter at the 100k mile mark. --at 100K miles: new platinum NGK spark plugs and a coolant flush and fill with Honda Long Life Blue coolant. I had the dealer do the coolant, and they ran a cleaner through it first, rinsed the system, and then installed the Honda Blue Coolant --Every year or so, I do a thorough Drain and Fill of the PSF with Honda PSF. This car is 90% (at least) on the highway. She has spent nearly her entire life at 80 MPH at 2700 RPM's. I'm at 165k miles and she's still on her second set of tires (Michelin's)..... I've never had any engine codes or issues with the car. Ever. Suspension feels like it is still new. Is there anything you think I should do at the 200k mark? Things I've been pondering: --Not only doing another coolant flush and fill, but also replacing the water pump? --Replace radiator hoses --Replace serpentine belt The half shaft boots still look good. Is there any I can do to ensure their longevity? Should I obtain a set of factory half shafts? Anything else I need to be replacing or worry about? I plan to drive this car for a long time (400-500k miles). I don't mind spending the money to prevent future issues. Sorry for the long message.