#9: Land Rover Range Rover
- Style: HSE 4dr SUV 4WD (5.0L 8cyl 6A)
- Combined (city and highway) MPG: 14
- Purchase price: $88,862
- True cost of ownership: $118,158
Range Rover has the 13th-highest base price of the 291 models examined. However, exceptionally high costs in other areas put the car in the top 10 for true cost of ownership. Compared to other models, Range Rover’s biggest expense is repairs, which cost an average $4,214 altogether for five years. This amount is the third-highest. Fuels costs are also expensive for Range Rover owners. Over five years, owners will pay nearly $22,000 to fuel the car, which gets a mere 12 MPG in the city. The Land Rover has been awarded a five out of five for overall quality by JD Power, but only two out of five for design.