National Car Brokers takes a look at the cheapest cars and most expensive to own in Australia. Not all cars are created equal, and while you might think you’re getting a deal, the long-term running costs of rival cars can vary massively, potentially costing you thousands each year.
For the second year in a row, the report found the Mitsubishi Mirage as the cheapest vehicle to own in Australia with an average cost per year to own of $6000 or $114 a week.
An annual report conducted by the RACQ has analysed 141 different vehicles and detailed the cheapest and most expensive new cars to own and run.
The research takes into account all the standard expenses associated with purchasing and owning a new car. This includes loan interest, fuel, tyres, registration, servicing, insurance and depreciation.
See the original RACQ report here
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