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Anyone know what the road tax is at the moment for the 2ltr 150 ?
I know its paid for the first year.
I have read online between £110 and £145, I know this is do to change, but my dealer wasnt sure what it would be.
 

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The 2.0 TDi 150 2 wheel drive is band D which is £110.00/year
The 2.0 TDi 150 4 motion is band F which is £145.00/year

The 1.4TSi is band E which is £130.00/year

And my 2.0TSi is band H which is £210.00/year :cry:

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Negativepitch said:
Anyone know what the road tax is at the moment for the 2ltr 150 ?
I know its paid for the first year.
I have read online between £110 and £145, I know this is do to change, but my dealer wasnt sure what it would be.
Information regarding VED bands and cost is contained within the brochure, however next years revised VED bands which are not commonly known are IMO going to hit the industry in terms of sales! :roll: :|

https://www.carwow.co.uk/news/ved-road-tax-from-2017-0182-2060

Anyone thinking of purchasing a Tiguan 240ps or any other manufacturer/variant costing £40,000.00 or more should make sure they register it before 1st April unless they are happy to pay £450.00 a year in road tax. :shock: :eek:
 

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Looking at that CarWow website makes interesting reading. In fact if I had waited until next year (after 1st Apr), instead of paying £210 per year after the first year, I would be paying £140 for a CO2 of 170. :?
So mine would actually go down!
Instead, I'll be stuck paying £210 :evil: .........that's really fair.....NOT!

Basically, any car costing less than £40,000 will pay a standard rate of £140 after the first year (exluding electric cars who are exempt), but the first years tax will vary greatly depending on the cars CO2 grouping.

Doing another piece of calculation:
If I keep my present car for 10 years, the total tax paid would be,
£300 for the first year, then £210 for the next 9 years.....................total £2190

If I'd bought after 1st Apr 2017, the total tax paid would be,
£500 for the first year, then £140 for the next 9 years.....................total £1760

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Essjay said:
Looking at that CarWow website makes interesting reading. In fact if I had waited until next year (after 1st Apr), instead of paying £210 per year after the first year, I would be paying £140 for a CO2 of 170. :?
So mine would actually go down!
Instead, I'll be stuck paying £210 :evil: .........that's really fair.....NOT!

Basically, any car costing less than £40,000 will pay a standard rate of £140 after the first year (exluding electric cars who are exempt), but the first years tax will vary greatly depending on the cars CO2 grouping.

Doing another piece of calculation:
If I keep my present car for 10 years, the total tax paid would be,
£300 for the first year, then £210 for the next 9 years.....................total £2190

If I'd bought after 1st Apr 2017, the total tax paid would be,
£500 for the first year, then £140 for the next 9 years.....................total £1760

Steve
.................at the other end of the scale If my wife takes delivery of her R-Line BEFORE 1st April her road tax over the next 5 years (assuming the same rate as 2016) would be £780.00 inclusive of £55.00 first registration fee.

However if she takes delivery AFTER 1st April 2017 her VED tax liability over the same period becomes an astronomical £2,450.00 :shock: :evil:
 
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