Including gas, maintenance, oil changes, repairs, and insurance
Your question is impossible to answer since the answer depends on the car, how much you drive, cost of maintenance, gas, and the cost of insurance for you — which itself depends on about 20 different factors.
If you have an older non-luxury sedan that is paid for and that gets good gas mileage, and you don't drive very much, and choose only basic liability insurance for a 25 year old driver, you might get by with $75 a month. If you have a newer car, drive a lot of miles, are less than 25 years old, with a loan and full-coverage insurance, your monthly cost could easily be $1000 and up.
Wow. What a vague question.
My car cost about $1,750 at a car auction. It's a 2001 Ford Taurus. Nothing fancy. Right after buying it, we had to buy a new battery. About $100. A couple of weeks, a bad starter. Another $150. Then a bad Alternator, another $160. 2 tires where on their last miles, about $200. Fuel filter, about $15, and so on.
Since I'm a new driver, my parent's insurance went through the roof. Add another thousand dollars per year through AAA.
Note: I haven't had to pay for the repairs. My dad is a mechanic and we have done all of them. I just pay for most of the parts.
A Bugatti Veyron costs a couple mil, jut the tires are thousands of dollars. And they get single digit gas mileage. I can't imagine what it costs to insure one, probably about as much as a mortgage on a house.
A Toyota IA costs $17,000 tires are under $100 each, and it gets 40 MPG pretty much all the time. They have a lot of safety features, so they aren't much to insure.
A 1997 Toyota Corolla is under a grand, gets decent mileage, and shouldn't cost much at all ti insure.
You need to be specific about your budget.
A small, compact car will costs LESS than other cars because they use less gas.
An OLD car will cost less than a new car because your insurance will be less.
A CAR will cost less than a truck because cars get better gas mileage.
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depends on what year, make if it is a new or old car