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Outlook Crossover Rates Best in Consumer Reports' Lowest Cost of Ownership Study

In its 2008 auto show issue, Consumer Reports is introducing a new way to compare vehicles: cost of ownership. "In addition to shopping for a good deal," CR writes on its website, "car buyers should also consider how much a model will cost them to own. That includes depreciation, fuel costs, interest, insurance, sales tax, and maintenance and repair costs."