Cheapest Cars To Run

Top Gear Australia revealed the list of Australia's cheapest cars to run - and name and shame the ones sending you broke.

Is your car on this list? Do you drive a Suzuki Alto? If you do, congratulations, your car is the cheapest to own on a daily basis, according to a new survey conducted by the RACQ. The 1.0-litre, three-cylinder Alto beat 109 other cars on sale in Australia - including hybrids, LPGs and electric cars - to be crowned the car that's most likely to make your wallet grin on a daily basis. Based on an average annual mileage of 15,000km over a five-year period, the Alto costs $5918.50 to run each year, which includes registration, maintenance, depreciation, insurance and fuel. That's $113 a week. Or, annually, $2806.50 cheaper than the most expensive tiny car to run. Which is the Honda Jazz Hybrid

Most expensive micro car to own: Honda Jazz Hybrid Honda Jazz Hybrid owners are the kind to shop at Franklins - and not because they live a frugal existence, owning a hybrid and all. They'll be there because of the hybrid. According to the survey, the Honda Jazz Hybrid is the tiny car that gives your wallet the biggest frown, costing $8725 to run each year. Particularly if you enjoy drifting it. Like TopGear in this photo.

More on the list at TopGear Australia.
Click here to view more of the cheapest cars to run.

Source: TopGear Australia.

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