Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Top 10 cheap cars when it comes to maintaining

Aside from the reality of how much money you’ll be paying on your auto loans over the next five years, purchasing a new car is very exciting. More could be considered than just the purchase prices of the car. All recurring expenses should be considered such as fuel and maintenance. The top ten cars, among new cars anyway, least costly to maintain were put on a list at automotive.com. Now you’ll see anything you have to decide on a car. Source for this article – The top 10 least expensive cars to maintain by Car Deal Expert.

10. New Chevrolet Aveo

The 2010 Chevrolet Aveo hatchback comes standard with a 1.6 L, inline four-cylinder L4 engine. Estimates for fuel economy are 27 mpg city, 34 mpg highway, which is good within the modern market of green hybrid cars. $ 11,965 to $ 15,365 is the price range for the MSRP.

Five-year maintenance cost: $ 1,361
$ 390 is what you’ll pay for repairs in five years

9. New Nissan Frontier

Do you believe me when I say that a truck is number 9? The Nissan Frontier is on the list. This truck gets only 14 mpg in the city and 19 mpg on the highway with its 4.0L V6 engine with the option engine of 2.5 L L4. It will cost you $ 20,690 to $ 26,840 to purchase. But for maintenance and repairs, the 2010 Nissan Frontier is high-class.

Five-year maintenance cost – $ 1,350
Five year repairs will costs you $ 541

8. New Chevy Avalanche

This truck is bigger than the Frontier. The 2010 Chevrolet Avalanche sports a 5.3L V8 under the hood, which powers away for 10 mpg city, 15 mpg highway. Cost is high, ranging from $ 35,725 to $ 48,865 MSRP. But it doesn’t take a lot to keep it going on the road.

$ 1,343 can be how much you pay for maintenance each and every five years
Five-year repair cost – $ 611

7. New Chevrolet Malibu

The 2010 Chevrolet Malibu gets us away from trucks and back to smaller cars. The Mileage will be 22 in the city and 30 on the highway with the 2.4L four-cylinder engine. MSRP ranges from $ 21,825 to $ 26,605.

$ 1,319 could be how much you pay in maintenance in five years
Five-year repair cost – $ 431

6. Honda Civic most most recently made

The Honda Civic is legendary for its fuel economy, which can be attributed to its smaller four-cylinder engine sizes. 2.0 L is going to be the max of the 2010 Civic, no matter which one you choose between sedan or coupe.

Min price is $ 16,255 when max price is $ 23,800
Five years of maintenance is going to cost $ 1,270
Repairs for five years cost $ 521

5. 2010 Honda Fit

“Fit” is a perfect word for this new Honda. A hatchback that gets 28 mpg city/35 mpg highway is perfect for a value-conscious consumer on the go.

You’ll pay $ 15,700 to $ 17,260 upfront
Five years of maintenance will put you out $ 1,245
Repairs over five years will cost about $ 521

4. 2009 Saab

One of two 2009 autos among the top 10 least expensive cars to maintain, the Saab 9-7x tops out under the hood at 6.0 L V8. That power may only net 20 mpg highway, but other costs (aside from purchase) are low.

MSRP range – $ 42,615 – $ 49,105
Five years of maintenance costs around $ 1,214
Five-year repair cost – $ 600

3. 2009 Saab

Convertible, sedan, and wagon models are all accessible with the 2009 Saab 9-3

$ 30,360 could be the min price you pay with $ 51,330 being the max price you’ll pay
Five years of maintenance will cost around $ 1,183
$ 520 can be the repair cost over a five year period

2. New Saab 9-3

This is the model coming out next year.

It costs between $ 28,900 and $ 45,080
Five-year maintenance cost – $ 1,182
Repairs over five years cost $ 535

1. 2010 MINI Coop

For five years, you will only be paying $ 1,160 in repairs with this baby. The 2010 MINI Cooper is stylish, dependable, and has great gas mileage.

$ 18,800 can be your min price and $ 34,000 could be the max price
Five years of repairs will cost you $ 853

Discover more information

Automotive.com
automotive.com/best-cars/least-expensive-cars-to-maintain/index.html
The 2010 MINI Cooper and “Mission Control”
youtube.com/watch?v=qmX6Ns-we3M



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