• 1. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG cost of ownership: $245,469

  • 2. Audi R8 5.2 true cost of ownership: $193,429.

  • 3. Alpina B7 true cost of ownership: $153,150

  • 4. Mercedes-Benz CL-Class true cost of ownership: $142,558.

  • 5. Mercedes-Benz SL-Class true cost of ownership: $129,588

  • 6. Lexus LS 600h L true cost of ownership: $129,542.

  • 7. Mercedes-Benz G-Class true cost of ownership: $108,900.

  • 8. BMW ActiveHybrid 7 true cost of ownership: $122,076.

  • 9. Land Rover Range Rover true cost of ownership: $118,158.

  • 10. Nissan GT-R true cost of ownership: $117,892.


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