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    Am i right in thinking that my car tax will go from £210 a year to £300 a year in 2009? Co2 level is 225 (I think) ?

    Just trying to work it out looks like my other halfs Suzuki Jimny goes from £170 a year to £205 a year Co2 level 175.
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    Yep then it goes up again in 2010 sadly Only to £310 though, if that at all is a bonus for us 2.0T owners.

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    Mmmmmmmm looks like diesel is the way forward then.

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    I would have said that's if it goes ahead as there was rumour these increases were going to be axed... However with all this taxpayer's money going into propping up the banks the govt has to recoup the money somehow.

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    Here you go mate.



    Road tax will be regraded to encompass bands from A-M, to punish those who buy the most polluting vehicles and encourage manufacturers to drive down emissions from their cars.

    On top of the highest rates will be a so-called 'showroom tax' that will mean high polluters will pay an even higher rate for the first year.
    Cars emitting more than 255g/km that are bought new from 2010 would be subject to the highest rate - paying up to £950 in the first year and £455 every subsequent year.
    Owners of vehicles registered since 2001 will be liable to the road tax changes - with the government saying that 55 per cent of vehicles will be subject to higher rates, and 33 per cent paying less.
    Owners of older vehicles will pay £120 for vehicles at 1,549cc and below, and £185 for vehicles above above 1,549cc. Vans and VED


    All vans registered prior to March 2001 will pay £185; Euro IV vans registered between March 1 2003 and December 31 2006 will pay £120; Euro IV vans registered after December 31, 2006 will pay £180.
    Below is a list of how road tax bands will change over the next three years, and a sample of vehicles placed in each bands. New road tax rates

    Annual VED rates current-2009




    • Band A (up to 100g/km) - no fee
    • Band B (101 to 120g/km) - £35
    • Band C (121–150g/km) - £120
    • Band D (151–165g/km) - £145
    • Band E (166–185g/km) - £170
    • Band F (186–225g/km) - £210
    • Band G (greater than 225g/km) - £400

    Annual VED Rates in 2009-10




    • Band A (up to 100g/km - no fee
    • Band B (101-110g/km) - £20
    • Band C (111-120g/km) - £30
    • Band D (121-130g/km) - £90
    • Band E (131-140g/km) -£110
    • Band F (141- 150g/km) - £120
    • Band G (151 to 160g/km) - £150
    • Band H (161 to 170g/km) - £175
    • Band I (171 to 180g/km) - £205
    • Band J (181 to 200g/km) - £260
    • Band K (201 to 225g/km) - £300
    • Band L (226 to 255g/km) - £415
    • Band M (Over 255g/km) - £440


    Annual VED Rates in 2010-11





    • Band A (up to 100g/km CO2) - no fee
    • Band B (101-110g/km CO2 - £20
    • Band C (111-120g/km CO2 - £35
    • Band D (121-130g/km CO2 - £95
    • Band E (131-140g/km CO2) - £115
    • Band F (141- 150g/km CO2) - £125
    • Band G (151 to 160g/km CO2) - £155
    • Band H (161 to 170g/km CO2) - £180
    • Band I (171 to 180g/km CO2) - £210
    • Band J (181 to 200g/km CO2) - £270
    • Band K (201 to 225g/km CO2) - £310
    • Band L (226 to 255g/km CO2) - £430
    • Band M (Over 255g/km CO2) - £455

    Annual VED rates for new cars bought in 2010-11, including showroom tax




    • First-year VED Rates in 2010-11
    • Band A (up to 100g/km CO2) - no fee
    • Band B (101-110g/km CO2) - no fee
    • Band C (111-120g/km CO2) - no fee
    • Band D (121-130g/km CO2) - no fee
    • Band E (131-140g/km CO2) - £115
    • Band F (141- 150g/km CO2) - £125
    • Band G (151 to 160g/km CO2) - £155
    • Band H (161 to 170g/km CO2) - £250
    • Band I (171 to 180g/km CO2) - £300
    • Band J (181 to 200g/km CO2) - £425
    • Band K (201 to 225g/km CO2) - £550
    • Band L (226 to 255g/km CO2) - £750 • Band M (Over 255g/km CO2) - £950

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    My road tax is due in november any clue as to how much that will be , i have a 3.2 gsi as i have no idea at all whether to get 12 months , or 6 months
    any one let me know

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    Perry your's is 214 g/km

    Steve your's 3.2 is 257g/km

    I feel sorry for you 3.2 and 2.8 owners 750 quid in 2010/2011.
    Mine's only going to go up 10 quid in the next 3 years
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    having second thoughts about the monaro now...

    Anybody know the price of diesel tax then?

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    Use this link http://www.parkers.co.uk/cars/road-t...px?deriv=15814 type in your car and see what its going to cost you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danwells72 View Post
    having second thoughts about the monaro now...

    Anybody know the price of diesel tax then?

    Its all down to co2 emmisions.

    I have a 2.2 DTi with 178kg co2 so £170 increasing to £205. Does not matter if its petrol or diesel as its purely based on this. However per cc comparison diesels seem better off.

    HTH .... Jon

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