Consumer Reports' cars with highest, lowest ownership costs

When it comes to buying a car, many drivers forget the costs that accrue after the purchasing price. Ownership costs, which take depreciation, fuel, loan interest, insurance premiums and sales tax into account, can run you thousands of dollars over the years, with some cars even nearing $100,000 in a five-year span. Here are the cars with the highest and lowest owner costs, according to Consumer Reports.

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