Consumer Reports made the owner-cost estimates based on depreciation, fuel cost, insurance, interest on loans, sales tax, and maintenance and repairs.

Small Car

The Audi A3 2.OT has an estimated cost of $39,250 over a five-year span.

Family Sedan

With an estimated five-year owner cost of $44,250, the Mazda6 s Grand Touring (V6) is the most expensive family sedan.

Luxury Sedan

The BMW 750Li has the highest five-year owner cost of any luxury sedan, with an estimated cost of $106,750.

Upscale Sedan
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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.

Sporty Car

The Chevrolet Corvette ZO6 (manual), is the priciest sports car to own over a five-year period, with a cost of about $70,750.

Small SUV
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The Volkswagen Tiguan SEL has an estimated five-year owner cost of $47,000, making it the most expensive small SUV to own.

Midsized SUV
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Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited (V8) gets the grand title of most expensive midsized SUV, costing owners $61,750 over five years.

Luxury SUV
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The Cadillac Escalade (base), costs owners $84,750 during that time period, making it the number one most expensive luxury SUV.

Large SUV
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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.