Consumer Reports made the owner-cost estimates based on depreciation, fuel cost, insurance, interest on loans, sales tax, and maintenance and repairs.
The Audi A3 2.OT has an estimated cost of $39,250 over a five-year span.
With an estimated five-year owner cost of $44,250, the Mazda6 s Grand Touring (V6) is the most expensive family sedan.
The BMW 750Li has the highest five-year owner cost of any luxury sedan, with an estimated cost of $106,750.
With a cost of $49,750, the Mercedes-Benz C300 will have a bigger impact on a person's wallet, than any other upscale sedan.
The Chevrolet Corvette ZO6 (manual), is the priciest sports car to own over a five-year period, with a cost of about $70,750.
The Volkswagen Tiguan SEL has an estimated five-year owner cost of $47,000, making it the most expensive small SUV to own.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited (V8) gets the grand title of most expensive midsized SUV, costing owners $61,750 over five years.
The Cadillac Escalade (base), costs owners $84,750 during that time period, making it the number one most expensive luxury SUV.
Chevrolet reached the number one most expensive spot in the large SUV category, with the Tahoe LTZ (5.3) costing owners $73,750, according to Consumer Reports.