3. Nissan Murano
The Nissan Murano might be a bit of a surprise to some and its high maintenance costs might be attributed to earlier models. But still, owners are shelling out $14,700 to maintain the SUV over 10 years. The brand ranked 23rd overall with a cost of $7,600.
2. BMW 328i
You know all those advertisements that claim BMW vehicles are cheaper to maintain than its German competitors? We’re not saying that’s a lie, but YourMechanic has the BMW 328i in second place with a cost of $15,600 to maintain over 10 years. But perhaps what’s even more telling is that BMW is the most expensive automaker to maintain with a cost of $17,800 – that’s $4,900 more than second-place Mercedes.
1. Chrysler Sebring
And the most expensive car to maintain over 10 years according to YourMechanic is the ChryslerSebring. Maybe that’s why it’s no longer available. The cost to maintain the Sebring comes out to $17,100 over 10 years. To put that into perspective, the model was priced around $22,000 when it was offered brand new.
The Chrysler brand finished first place overall with a cost of $10,600.