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And of course the Ascent is also the safest.

***If you click on the full report and try the link KBB has for the Ascent it mistakenly links to the outback (also the lowest in its category). The workaround is to go into the address bar and substitute ascent for outback and it will link properly.

The Ascent is said to have a lower cost over 5 years by just over $3500. Here are the 22 new vehicles that KBB says will deliver the lowest ownership costs over a five-year period:

  • Compact Car: Hyundai Elantra; $30,117
  • Mid-Size Car: Volkswagen Passat; $36,368
  • Full-Size Car: Dodge Charger; $45,872
  • Entry-Level Luxury Car: Acura ILX; $39,069
  • Luxury Car: Volvo S90; $67,050
  • Sports Car: Mazda Mx-5 Miata; $42,330
  • Hybrid/Alternative Energy Car: Toyota Corolla Hybrid; $30,028
  • Electric Vehicle: Nissan Leaf; $37,680
  • Subcompact SUV: Hyundai Venue; $29,145
  • Compact SUV: Subaru Forester; $36,446
  • Mid-Size SUV—2-Row: Subaru Outback; $40,614
  • Mid-Size SUV—3-Row: Subaru Ascent; $38,898
  • Full-Size SUV: Nissan Armada; $63,224
  • Luxury Subcompact SUV: Lexus UX; $44,621
  • Luxury Compact SUV: Lexus NX; $48,906
  • Luxury Mid-Size SUV—2-Row: Lexus RX; $60,931
  • Luxury Mid-Size SUV—3-Row: Volvo XC90; $59,509
  • Luxury Full-Size SUV: Infiniti QX80; $90,014
  • Off-Road SUV: Jeep Wrangler; $41,187
  • Mid-Size Pickup Truck: Ford Ranger; $40,532
  • Full-Size Pickup Truck: Ford F-150; $48,456
  • Minivan: Chrysler Voyager; $41,954




You can read KBB’s full 5-Year Cost-to-Own report here.
 
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