Toyota Cars are the Cheapest to Maintain over a Decade

According to a new study, Toyota cars are said to be the least expensive to maintain over the course of a decade. The study stated that over a 10-year period, Toyota cars need an average of $5,996 in terms of maintenance costs. In fact, the study also showed that Toyota cars locked out the top 6 spots in the list of least expensive cars to maintain, with the Prius securing 1st place.

The Toyota Prius is said to have maintenance costs of just over $4,000 over a 10-year period. The plug-in hybrid is followed by the Toyota Yaris, Corolla, Prius Prime, Camry & Avalon. The Honda Fit came in 7th, with the Mitsubishi Mirage, Toyota Supra & Honda Civic closing the top 10.

Red Toyota Prius

Among the brands, Mitsubishi came second with an average maintenance cost of $7,787, followed by Honda ($7,827), Mazda ($8,035), and Nissan ($8,088), occupying 3rd, 4th and 5th place, respectively.

Screenshot 2023 01 20 at 08 59 56 Ranking the Least Expensive Cars to Maintain

Among the luxury brands, Tesla occupied the top slot, with Lexus, Acura, Infiniti & Lincoln completing the top 5 brands. The Tesla Model 3, Model S, and Model Y locked out the top 3 places among the luxury cars, with the Lexus ES350 and ES300h taking up the 4th and 5th place, respectively.

Related: Toyota Was The Most Searched Car Brand in 2022 As Well

Recently, a similar study also ranked Toyota & Lexus in the top 3 most reliable car brands in the world list, with Lexus taking the top slot while Toyota came in third.

Source: CarEdge

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