Got a great one here. Grandparents bought a 2008 Chrysler town and country touring 3.8 minivan brand new. Vehicle had lifetime powertrain warranty, started using oil around 40-45,000 miles to the amount of 1 quart every 700 or so miles around town. On a highway trip, not quite as much. Lower intake gaskets replaced, problem greatly reduced using 5w20 or 5w30. We inherited it at 74,000. Grandfather started using 10w30 Castrol edge high mileage advanced full syn at around 60,000 miles and said to heck with their 5w20 recommendation and it wasn't using much oil at all. I changed it with 5w30 chevron supreme because that's all I had, took it on a 320-mile one day trip on the highway, it used 1/2 a quart. Been using 10w30 or 10w40 high mileage ever since and it uses 1 quart every 1500-1700 miles in town and next to nothing on the highway extended trips. It's the only vehicle I've ever experienced other than a 2.4L DI GM ecotec in a 2012 terrain engine that guzzled oil. The van runs like a top and never smokes at all and it doesn't leak anything either.
2018 Chevy Silverado — 1 quart every 5,000 miles, 52,000 miles on it when I sold it back to the dealer. Babied, had misfires, intermittent check engine lights, stutter.
2007 Lexus LS 460 - no consumption up until 90,000 miles or so, then around a quart at 110,000 miles (5,000-7,500 mile intervals), then a quart and a half at 130,000 miles. Then it became full fledged oil burner at 150,000 miles (2 quarts in 5,000 miles), until finally a full quart every 800 miles at around 170,000 miles.
2016 Toyota Avalon - 118,000 miles, no noticeable oil consumption unless I take it to 10,000 mile intervals. Then it might consume 1/4 of a quart. Best car I’ve ever owned, boring but it’s a very capable car with great fuel mileage, power, acceleration, smooth torque, and straight down the road highway cruiser ability.
I have none in any of them but I run 5K-7K intervals so it may show up in longer runs. To be honest, I don't religiously monitor it, I did add some oil to the Dodge prior to the last change but I'm not sure it is a trend. If they are using oil, it is pretty minimal.
2014 Kia Rio - >100K
2011 Ford F-150 - 115K
2016 Dodge G Caravan - 70k
2017 Kia Forte - 65k
2020 Hyundai Elantra - 43k