Sport Utility Savings
Whether you're in the market for an SUV with a sub-$20,000 price tag or an ultra-luxe option costing just shy of six figures, you should look past the MSRP and choose a model that will pay dividends in the long run. SUVs that are cheap to own depreciate slowly, retain their resale value, get good gas mileage, and find a way to stay out of the mechanic's shop. Every year, Kelley Blue Book unveils its selections for the SUVs in each category that have the lowest five-year cost of ownership compared with all others in their class. Here are the winners.
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