Which car brand is easier to maintain?

Toyota arguably has the lowest maintenance costs compared to other car brands. Savvy CEO Bill Tsouvalas says that opting for smaller cars or hybrids can reduce costs and, despite higher loan payments, will generate rewards later on. For as long as cars existed, Americans have debated car ownership and issues of cost and reliability. We'll also break down the three most expensive cars by category and we'll also show you the least expensive car to race in that category.

In this case, most Mercury vehicles had problems with fuel pumps (parent company Ford stopped manufacturing Mercury in 2011). Knowing the relative maintenance costs of brands can be informative, but it's also important to consider how car costs change with age. Maintenance and fuel become almost trivial compared to gasoline or diesel cars, something you should consider when buying new cars. Factors such as how you maintain a car, how often you drive, where you drive, and how you drive affect maintenance costs.

Toyota and other Asian imports are the least expensive cars to maintain, and the Prius lives up to its well-known reputation for reliability. This is probably because people disavow their cars if maintenance costs are higher than the value of their cars. We'll look at average loan repayments; enrollment in the greater Victoria area as a reference and average comprehensive car insurance; average fuel, service and tire costs per month, on average. According to the most recent data, BMW tops the list as the most expensive car brand to maintain, followed by Mercedes-Benz, according to estimates of total car maintenance over 10 years.