California - In order to help consumers to have a vehicle they can really pay, NADAguides published a list with the cars of every segment that have the best prices considering the cost of sales (MSRP), taxes, financing, insurance, fuel, maintenance and repairs for a period of five years; costs that are easily forgotten and in a long term can be a surprise.
Ford Mustang GT Premium 2-door
MSRP: $32,845, for five years the price reaches $54,281, with an average per year of $10,856.
BMW 1 Series 128i SULEV 2-door convertible 2011
MSRP $34,200, for five years is $58,385, an average of $11,677 per year.
Honda CR-V EXL (4AWD five-door 2010)
MSRP $29,745. The price for five years is $46,166, which means a cost of $9,233 each year.
Ford Edge Limited four-door 2011
MSRP $34,220, for five years is $54,048; per year is $10,809.
Audi A3 four-door HB S Tronic 2.0 TDI Front Track Premium 2011
MSRP $29,950. For five years, the cost reaches $48,703, which per year wold be $9,740.
Volvo S40 4-door FWD automatic 2010
MSRP: $31,150, which for five years rises to $51,791 and per year is $10, 358.
Honda 4-door Civic GX Auto 2010
MSRP: $25,340. For five years is $39,915, which on average represent $7,983 per year.
Chevrolet Impala 4-door LTZ 2010
MSRP: $29,930. For five years is $47,397 and per year is $9,479.
Nissan Xterra 4-door 4WD 2010
MSRP: $ 30,700 price that for five years rises to $46,517 per year it means an expenditure of $9,479.
Hyundai Veracruz Limited 2010 4-door FWD
MSRP: $34,195. For five years is $53,587 and every year is $10,717.
>Chevrolet Colorado Crew Cab 4WD 2010
MSRP: $27,395 with five-year cost of $42,461, which per year represents $8,492.
GMC Sierra 1500 Crew Cab 2WD 2010
MSRP: $33,595, with five-year price of $52,447, or $10,489 per year.