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Hello. I am currently looking at buying a new duster prime 4x2 I'm not sure what my local dealer has got arriving in October but he told me the rfl would be £100 + per year. Has he got this wrong as I thought it was the first year free and the £30 a year thereafter! Unless he's got a euro 5 comming. ... (are they dearer to tax) ... help!

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Hello. I am currently looking at buying a new duster prime 4x2 I'm not sure what my local dealer has got arriving in October but he told me the rfl would be £100 + per year. Has he got this wrong as I thought it was the first year free and the £30 a year thereafter! Unless he's got a euro 5 comming. ... (are they dearer to tax) ... help!

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If its coming from the factory it will be a Euro6, all new motors now have to be Euro6 compliant.
The Duster 4x2 Euro6 diesel has a rating of, CO2 (g/km) 115 which would be £30 per year.
The Duster 4x2 Euro6 Petrol has a rating of, CO2 (g/km) 145 which would be £145 per year.

So it depends what you are getting petrol or diesel...
But your dealer should be able to give you this information, if he cant he is in the wrong feckin job, They have all the details of your order on the Dacia order system, and they have access to all the current vehicle duty rates, So he has no excuse not to answer your questions fully and correctly.... Its pathetic the lack of product knowledge they have in what they are selling.
 

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I thought he has made a mistake or was lying, and trying to contact me into some old stocker.

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The chancellor changed the rates for new cars in the last budget, or mini budget. While saying rates would not go up for cars already on the road.

Check with the DVLA.
 

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The chancellor changed the rates for new cars in the last budget, or mini budget. While saying rates would not go up for cars already on the road.

Check with the DVLA.
The prices I listed are straight from the DVLA current prices, The co2 ratings used are straight from Dacia current specs of new vehicles.
 
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