Hyundai i30 tops NRMA car running cost study.
We recently told you that the Suzuki Celerio is the most affordable car to own and run, but when it comes to the top-selling cars in Australia, the Hyundai i30 comes out on top.
NRMA based their research on the costs associated with the ownership of each of the ten cars, utilities and SUVs for a 55-year-old with a 65 percent no-claim bonus, across five years of ownership.
Coming in at an estimated cost of $156.90 per week, the Hyundai offering had the lowest ownership costs.
NRMA ownership calculations for July’s top-10 best-sellers;
- Hyundai i30 ActiveX - $156.90
- Volkswagen Golf 90 TSI - $160.04
- Toyota Corolla Ascent - $164.61
- Mazda3 Neo - $166.94
- Mazda CX-5 Maxx FWD - $188.45
- Toyota Camry Altise - $197.63
- Mitsubishi Triton GLX diesel - $218.28
- Toyota HiLux SR5 diesel - $252.22
- Ford Ranger XL - $229.35
- Holden Commodore SV6 - $254.34
Interested in a Hyundai i30? Check out our most recent Hyundai i30 review.