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ericvv



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TopQ1967 wrote:
VeeTee wrote:
Peter Td4 wrote:
Here in Belgium it is even worse Big Cry
A new Defender, registered as a car, will cost 10.000 to get it on the road.
Only when you buy a utility model (DCPU, HCPU, etc) you can avoid this heavy tax.

Rumors are that soon also this will change .... Embarassed


And in the Netherlands it is even worse!
A Ninety Hartop will cost you 25.200, = without tax, but including all taxes it will set you back 39.761,= ! Big Cry



Currently there is a new 110 SVX for sale at our local dealer. With taxes it is Euro 115.000,- (this is no joke!).
The Special Piet Boon version is Euro 117.000,- (2.4 Puma).


They still have new SVX and other 2.4 Puma's for sale in Holland? Now, with those prices Shocked I'm not surprised about that of course. But, they cannot be sold anymore as since 01-01-2012 you can not register any Euro4 norm cars in the EU anymore, unless they had been registered prior to that date. How does that work there? You never actually own a Defender. You merely look after it for the next generation.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABqKPz28e6A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLZ49Jce_n0
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8tMHiX9lSw
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=dxwjPuHIV7I
https://vimeo.com/201482507
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Riverboy



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I know this is an old topic from 2012, maybe things have changed? I'm confused.

I've just bought a Sept 2014 Puma 90 SW. Mint condition, air con, alloys etc etc, just 5220 KM on the clock. 36900 Euro (roughly 29000 GBP) which seems to compare pretty well with a similar vehicle in the UK from what I can see. Cost of the carte Gris is 381.66 and plates cost 59 . No other taxes as far as I know. Bought from a dealer, not private. I'm in France BTW.

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o4dn



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Things haven't changed for the better, unfortunately....

However, yours is most likely registered as a light utility vehicle (2014, check your "carte grise", does it say CTTE or VP?) so the CO2 emission tax wouldn't apply to yours Thumbs Up 2009 2.4 Puma Defender 90 SW
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Riverboy



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Hi o4dn. It says CTTE. I have no idea what that means LOL

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o4dn



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CTTE means "Camionette", i.e. small truck, or light utility vehicle... 2009 2.4 Puma Defender 90 SW
2003 TD5 Discovery II

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Riverboy



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Ah OK. Thanks for the info.

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VeeTee wrote:
Peter Td4 wrote:
Here in Belgium it is even worse Big Cry
A new Defender, registered as a car, will cost 10.000 to get it on the road.
Only when you buy a utility model (DCPU, HCPU, etc) you can avoid this heavy tax.

Rumors are that soon also this will change .... Embarassed


And in the Netherlands it is even worse!
A Ninety Hartop will cost you 25.200, = without tax, but including all taxes it will set you back 39.761,= ! Big Cry


And then you come across an old post and think 15k tax wasn't that bad at all. Laughing

Post #532436 17th May 2016 6:09pm
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ericvv



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Switzerland 2009 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 SVX Station Wagon Santorini Black

^^ Or, in The Netherlands to have to raise your station wagon roof on a new Defender by several cm. Rolling Eyes
Lucky we, 8% VAT is our one and only tax on a new Defender here. Smile That's when those still existed. Crying or Very sad
Eric You never actually own a Defender. You merely look after it for the next generation.
http://youtu.be/yVRlSsJwD0o
https://youtu.be/vmPr3oTHndg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GtzTT9Pdl0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABqKPz28e6A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLZ49Jce_n0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvAsz_ilQYU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8tMHiX9lSw
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=dxwjPuHIV7I
https://vimeo.com/201482507
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSixqL0iyHw

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Augustus



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There's a malice tax for importing them. Goes down each year they get older. And yes, it is that horrific. Sad.

Basically any govt seems to want the vat paid somewhere else when it stays in their country permanently - malice indeed.

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