My current keeper car is 2010 Volvo XC70, currently at 268k miles. Here she is when I bought it.
Took a bit of a gamble on a high mileage (252k at the time) P3 platform Volvo, but so far no regrets. 3.2L Inline-six (transversely mounted) doesn't consume any oil in 5K OCI. 6-speed Aisin Transmission shifts smooth. AWD spins all 4 without issues.
Currently I only see 3 scenarios where I would be getting rid of it.
1) Mechanically totaled. As in sudden repairs in the ~$3000 range or higher.
2) Collision totaled. That one would be hard to do though... Saw some photos and videos of this exact model in car accidents, and usually the other car is totaled, while Volvo just walks away with a scratch/dent. Truly a tank when it comes to collision safety. Proof is in the pudding.
3) Or if I find a good deal on Prius C. Wanted one of these ever since my friend had one. On one of long trips he managed to keep it at steady 72 MPG without slowing down traffic... Quite impressive for a basically Yaris Hybrid.
P.S. Off the pavement this Volvo keeps up with Jeeps and 4Runners, as long as rock-crawling or 4LO aren't involved. It doesn't have very good departure angles or 4LO. But in low traction conditions (mud/sand/snow) this thing is a tank, despite lower clearance than previously listed vehicles. Thank you Haldex AWD. Love the deer-in-the-headlights look of Jeep boys when a Volvo rolls by on what they considered a "tough" 4WD-only trail. I may have a thing for underdogs, and "wrong" tools for the job.