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So a Hilux taxed privately is by engine size?

Do I understand correctly that if I tax a two-door, two-seat brand new Toyota Hilux as private, it's taxed per the engine size of 2,393cc, not per the CO2 emission rating?

Thank you.

Martin Heff (Tipperary)

Feb 2021 Filed under: taxation

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Motor tax with 227g/km emissions?

My car has 227g/km CO2 emissions; what motor tax should I be paying?

Gerry Byrne (Dundalk)

Feb 2021 Filed under: taxation

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Motor tax on a private 2020 Hilux?

I'm considering buying a 2020 Land Cruiser commercial (currently €333 tax annually). It's the LWB GX Commercial Auto model. It's really for transporting two large dogs. The question I have is, as a PAYE worker, how much am I gonna get landed with for motor tax each year?

Kieran Kelly (Ballyshannon)

Jan 2021 Filed under: taxation

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Is a crew-cab van taxed like an SUV now?

Are the crew cab vans now in the same bracket as the business edition SUVs? For example I’m looking at buying a crew cab Mercedes Vito Mixto. It has the seats in the back but it does has a separate compartment for the back of the van for carrying tools and goods etc. Do you know if this is true? Would the VRT rate not be in the commercial bracket and would it have to be classed as a private vehicle then with the higher rate of motor tax?

Paul Tynan (Kilcormac Offaly. )

Jan 2021 Filed under: taxation

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Can I tax a 3.2 Ford Ranger privately?

Hi,

Is it possible to change how a 3.2-litre Ford Ranger is taxed from commercial to M1 private tax? I'm looking at buying one as its suits my hobbies a lot better then a car. Also, if it is possible, is it done with the old motor tax basis of assessment by engine capacity in cc?

Thanks

Luke Melia (Carrick On Shannon)

Jan 2021 Filed under: taxation

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How old is classic for motor tax?

How old must my (any) car be to qualify for classic motor tax in Ireland?

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Maurice Hyland (Dublin)

Jan 2021 Filed under: taxation

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Will my BMW 220i's tax change in 2021?

Hi,

I'm considering buying a car in the UK. It is a BMW 220i and has a 1,998cc engine. I would hope to have it registered in Ireland before the end of Dec 2020. I understand that the motor tax on higher-emitting engines is going to change from 2021, but is it likely that the tax on this car would be increased greatly?

Thank you for your assistance.

Mary

Mary Newe (Dublin)

Dec 2020 Filed under: taxation

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About to buy a Nissan X-Trail van...

Hi there,

I am about to purchase a Nissan X-Trail 1.6 two-seat diesel van for private use. What will the annual motor tax be and what mpg should I expect?

Eddie HOWLEY (KILKENNY)

Dec 2020 Filed under: taxation

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Private motor tax on new Ford Ranger?

Hi,

Could you give me a price to privately tax a 2020 2.0-litre Ford Ranger Wildtrak?

Thanks

Michael Waters (Enniscorthy)

Dec 2020 Filed under: taxation

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How much to tax a 1.6 Caddy privately?

How much is it to tax a 1.6 Caddy privately?

Martin Dillon (Galway)

Nov 2020 Filed under: taxation

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