Is your family in the market for an affordable, spacious SUV that won’t require gratuitous, expensive maintenance down the line? Consider the 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander, because for the second consecutive year, the family-oriented SUV has won the distinct honor of being named a Kelley Blue Book 5-Year Lowest Cost to Own vehicle.
The KBB’s Lowest Cost to Own designation is based on a number of complex criteria, including interest rates, cost to insure, and fuel economy. The automotive resource’s biggest consideration when awarding a Lowest Cost to Own title to a vehicle, however, is expected depreciation. While a vehicle may cost less upfront, KBB believes a vehicle’s overall cost to own is significantly impacted by its resell value.
After beating out a highly-competitive market, the 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander was named the lowest cost to own three-row mid-size SUV yet again. Some of the determining factors that went into the Outlander’s award included the inherent ownership value resulting from its Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Top Safety Pick as well as its excellent warranty.
The director of the KBB’s 5-Year Cost to Own program, Eric Ibara, said that the Outlander “is currently the most affordable three-row vehicle on the market, and its operating costs are competitively low in every area.”
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