Find the 2018 Wagon or Hatchback with the Best MPG

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Costs of Ownership by Vincentric

Vincentric is a third-party that calculates and combines estimated and actual costs to own from:

  • fuel
  • insurance
  • maintenance and repair

This does not include taxes, fees or financing costs.Therefore,two cars with the same price may vary in how much they will cost over time.

Interested in how this is calculated? Learn more

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Calculating Cost to Own

A vehicle's cost-to-own value and score are calculated by Vincentric.

Measuring Value and Rating Vehicles

Despite having the same purchase price, the vehicle with the lower ownership costs is a better value than the one having the higher ownership costs.

To determine the expected cost of ownership, Vincentric measures more than 1,900 vehicle configurations, combining the costs associated with ownership, listed below. Statistical models are used to correlate the price of a vehicle with its cost of ownership among 34 vehicle segments. An average expected cost to own is established.

Ownership Costs

Depreciation is an estimate of the reduction in value incurred by owning and operating a vehicle over a period of time. The depreciation cost is calculated using a combination of data sources and assumptions, including the value of the vehicle, the mileage of the vehicle, and the overall the condition of the vehicle.

Fees and taxes are an estimate of the costs you will incur to operate the vehicle over a period of time. Fees and taxes are imposed by state and local governments and government agencies, such as the DMV, and they include the cost of registration, title fees, and state sales taxes. This calculation includes the Federal Hybrid Tax Credit.

Financing is an estimate of what it will cost you to borrow money to purchase a vehicle. The financing costs are calculated by using various data sources from multiple lending institutions, including standard down payment amounts, loan terms, and current interest rates.

Insurance costs are an estimate of what it will cost you to insure the vehicle over a period of time. Insurance costs vary widely based upon the driving record of the owner and the coverage amount, so assumptions about the driver and coverage amount plus data from multiple insurance industry sources are used for estimating.

Fuel costs are an estimate of what it will cost you at the gas pump for the vehicle over a period of time. Fuel costs are calculated using the U.S. Government Environmental Protection Agency's estimated mileage figures (when available) for both highway and city driving, then adjustments are made based on the estimated percentage of mileage for these two types of driving. The estimated miles driven per year, the type of fuel the vehicle requires, and current state gas prices are all factored into the estimated fuel costs.

Maintenance costs are an estimate of what it will cost you to maintain the vehicle over a period of time. Maintenance costs can vary greatly based upon the vehicle you own and how you drive it, but the maintenance cost estimated is based on three key data points that we receive from industry sources: frequency of incident, labor rates, and parts prices. This tabulation factors both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance. Repair costs are an estimate of what it will cost you to repair the vehicle over a period of time.

Repair costs are estimated using the national average consumers will pay to keep their vehicle in operating condition (please note that because maintenance costs are measured separately, the repair cost does not include these costs). The estimate is prepared using a $0 deductible extended service contract that will pay for repairs for 5 years or at least 75,000 miles. Figures quoted are averages from nationally-available service contract providers and are adjusted to eliminate the profit margin from the calculation.

Scoring 1-5

Vincentric uses an approach to rate each vehicle from poor to excellent on a five-point scale. The scores are calculated based on the percentage difference between a vehicle's expected and measured cost-of-ownership. This statistically-driven approach allows Vincentric to measure value in an unbiased manner, and help consumers and the automotive industry better understand how ownership costs impact the creation of value for the buyer.

The score for a specific vehicle can be seen on the details page under cost to own.

2018 Hyundai Ioniq EV 4dr Hatchback

2018 Hyundai Ioniq EV

STARTING MSRP

$29,500

COMBINED MPG

136

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2018 Chevrolet Bolt EV

STARTING MSRP

$36,620

COMBINED MPG

119

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2018 BMW i3

STARTING MSRP

$44,450

COMBINED MPG

118

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2018 FIAT 500e

STARTING MSRP

$32,995

CONSUMER RATING

Not Available

COMBINED MPG

112

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2018 Nissan LEAF

STARTING MSRP

$29,990

COMBINED MPG

112

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2018 Kia Soul EV

STARTING MSRP

$32,250

COMBINED MPG

108

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2018 Ford Focus Electric

STARTING MSRP

$29,120

CONSUMER RATING

Not Available

COMBINED MPG

107

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2018 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

STARTING MSRP

$22,200

COMBINED MPG

58

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2018 Toyota Prius Prime

STARTING MSRP

$27,300

COMBINED MPG

54

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2018 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid

STARTING MSRP

$24,950

COMBINED MPG

52

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2018 Toyota Prius

STARTING MSRP

$23,475

COMBINED MPG

52

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2018 Kia Niro

STARTING MSRP

$23,340

COMBINED MPG

50

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2018 Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid

STARTING MSRP

$27,900

COMBINED MPG

46

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2018 Toyota Prius c

STARTING MSRP

$20,630

COMBINED MPG

46

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2018 Chevrolet Volt

STARTING MSRP

$33,220

COMBINED MPG

42

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2018 Ford C-Max Hybrid

STARTING MSRP

$24,120

COMBINED MPG

40

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2018 Audi A3 e-tron

STARTING MSRP

$39,500

COMBINED MPG

36

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2018 Mitsubishi Mirage

STARTING MSRP

$13,395

COMBINED MPG

36

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2018 BMW 328d

STARTING MSRP

$46,150

CONSUMER RATING

Not Available

COMBINED MPG

34

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2018 Nissan Versa Note

STARTING MSRP

$15,600

COMBINED MPG

34

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2018 Chevrolet Spark

STARTING MSRP

$13,050

COMBINED MPG

33

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MOST POPULAR

2018 Honda Civic

STARTING MSRP

$20,150

COMBINED MPG

33

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2018 Toyota Yaris

STARTING MSRP

$15,635

COMBINED MPG

33

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2018 MINI Hardtop

STARTING MSRP

$21,600

CONSUMER RATING

Not Available

COMBINED MPG

32

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MOST POPULAR

2018 Chevrolet Cruze

STARTING MSRP

$21,320

COMBINED MPG

31

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MOST POPULAR

2018 Ford Focus

STARTING MSRP

$20,540

COMBINED MPG

31

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2018 Honda Fit

STARTING MSRP

$16,190

COMBINED MPG

31

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2018 Mazda Mazda3

STARTING MSRP

$19,345

COMBINED MPG

31

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2018 FIAT 500

STARTING MSRP

$16,245

CONSUMER RATING

Not Available

COMBINED MPG

30

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2018 Ford Fiesta

STARTING MSRP

$14,505

COMBINED MPG

30

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2018 Toyota Corolla iM

STARTING MSRP

$18,850

COMBINED MPG

30

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MOST POPULAR

2018 Chevrolet Sonic

STARTING MSRP

$17,820

COMBINED MPG

29

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2018 Volkswagen Beetle

STARTING MSRP

$20,220

COMBINED MPG

29

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2018 Volkswagen Golf

STARTING MSRP

$20,910

COMBINED MPG

29

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2018 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen

STARTING MSRP

$21,685

COMBINED MPG

29

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2018 Volvo V60

STARTING MSRP

$38,250

COMBINED MPG

29

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2018 Kia Forte

STARTING MSRP

$18,300

COMBINED MPG

28

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2018 MINI Clubman

STARTING MSRP

$24,800

COMBINED MPG

28

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2018 MINI Countryman

STARTING MSRP

$26,600

COMBINED MPG

28

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MOST POPULAR

2018 Subaru Outback

STARTING MSRP

$25,895

COMBINED MPG

28

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2018 Volkswagen Golf GTI

STARTING MSRP

$26,415

COMBINED MPG

28

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MOST POPULAR

2018 BMW 330

STARTING MSRP

$44,650

COMBINED MPG

27

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2018 BMW 330 Gran Turismo

STARTING MSRP

$45,050

COMBINED MPG

27

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2018 Kia Soul

STARTING MSRP

$16,200

COMBINED MPG

27

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2018 MINI E Countryman

STARTING MSRP

$36,800

CONSUMER RATING

Not Available

COMBINED MPG

27

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2018 Volvo V90

STARTING MSRP

$49,950

COMBINED MPG

27

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2018 Buick Regal Sportback

STARTING MSRP

$24,990

COMBINED MPG

26

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MOST POPULAR

2018 Hyundai Elantra GT

STARTING MSRP

$19,350

COMBINED MPG

26

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2018 Volvo V90 Cross Country

STARTING MSRP

$52,300

COMBINED MPG

26

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MOST POPULAR

2018 Audi A4 allroad

STARTING MSRP

$44,500

COMBINED MPG

25

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2018 FIAT 500L

STARTING MSRP

$20,995

COMBINED MPG

25

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MOST POPULAR

2018 Ford Focus ST

STARTING MSRP

$25,170

COMBINED MPG

25

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2018 Honda Civic Type R

STARTING MSRP

$34,700

COMBINED MPG

25

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2018 Subaru Crosstrek

STARTING MSRP

$21,795

COMBINED MPG

25

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2018 Volvo V60 Cross Country

STARTING MSRP

$41,850

COMBINED MPG

25

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2018 Buick Regal TourX

STARTING MSRP

$29,070

COMBINED MPG

24

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2018 Jaguar F-PACE

STARTING MSRP

$42,065

COMBINED MPG

24

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2018 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack

STARTING MSRP

$25,955

COMBINED MPG

24

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2018 Volkswagen Golf R

STARTING MSRP

$39,785

COMBINED MPG

24

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2018 Audi A7

STARTING MSRP

$69,700

COMBINED MPG

23

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2018 BMW 340 Gran Turismo

STARTING MSRP

$50,900

CONSUMER RATING

Not Available

COMBINED MPG

23

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2018 BMW 640 Gran Turismo

STARTING MSRP

$70,200

COMBINED MPG

23

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2018 Ford Focus RS

STARTING MSRP

$41,120

COMBINED MPG

22

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2018 Audi S7

STARTING MSRP

$81,200

CONSUMER RATING

Not Available

COMBINED MPG

18

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2018 Mercedes-Benz AMG E 63

STARTING MSRP

$106,950

CONSUMER RATING

Not Available

COMBINED MPG

18

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2018 Audi RS 7

STARTING MSRP

$113,900

COMBINED MPG

17

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2018 Porsche Panamera E-Hybrid Sport Turismo

STARTING MSRP

$104,000

COMBINED MPG

Coming Soon

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2018 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo

STARTING MSRP

$96,200

CONSUMER RATING

Not Available

COMBINED MPG

Coming Soon

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