UK: Study shows cheaper diesels not necessarily most expensive in whole-life-cost analysis
Due to their higher rates of depreciation, it has long been assumed that vehicles from volume manufacturers such as Ford, Vauxhall and Renault are more expensive to own than similarly specified prestige models such as BMW, Audi and Mercedes. But new research from Glass's Market Intelligence Service looking at the whole life costs of diesel cars challenges this theory.
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