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Diesel cars cheaper to own than gas models

Diesel cars cost less to own than their gasoline counterparts, according to research released in June. A study by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute found that while most diesels cost more initially than gasoline-powered cars, they save money in the long run due to savings in fuel costs and a slower rate of depreciation. Here are eight cars, crossovers and sport utility vehicles that are better deals in their diesel versions, based on three years of ownership and 45,000 miles.

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