What should you look out for when buying a vehicle? More often than not, we look at the aesthetics, the look, design, the top speed, and even the power of the engine. We are also enamored by the name of the manufacturer as we often equate the brand name with quality. However, we sometimes neglect the potential maintenance costs of the vehicle. These expenses can actually add up to quite a hefty amount once they are all put together.
It is therefore prudent for a potential car buyer to analyze the costs of keeping the vehicle in top shape and excellent condition. Know which vehicles are difficult and costly just to have it in perfect running shape. This is a list of the top 10 most expensive cars to maintain
#10. 2013 BMW X6 – $1,056.20 per year
The 2013 BW X6 has an estimated maintenance cost of $5,281 for five years, or $1,056.20 per year. It has a suggested retail price of between $59,800 and $92,900. This sports utility vehicle boasts of a three-liter I6 engine. There is also an option for a 4.4-liter V8 engine. The vehicle has a poor value rating with its gas mileage rated at only 12 miles per gallon for city driving and 17 miles per gallon for highway driving.