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Hi folks. I've just bought a 2009 Bipper 1.4hdi, and was surprised to find they want £240 to tax it for 12 months. I thought I'd done my research before buying and understood it was Euro 4 compliant and would cost £140 for the year.

Can any other owners confirm the tax rate? I know later ones with stop/start are Euro 5, but maybe not all earlier models were Euro 4 as I believed? You'd think this would be easy to find out online but it seems needlessly complicated.

Thanks for any advice :thumb:
 

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Vans are a minefield for tax we had 2 transits the same age and 1 was £100 more to tax than the other both basically the same van !

Clio DCI car £30 to tax clio dci van £180 or something stupid like that !
 

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Vans are a minefield for tax we had 2 transits the same age and 1 was £100 more to tax than the other both basically the same van !

Clio DCI car £30 to tax clio dci van £180 or something stupid like that !
I have a 2010 Bipper 1.4 HDi and the road tax is £240 a year.:mad:
 

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It's scandalous. The Bipper Tepee car is £30 and the van is £240, it's almost like you're being punished for having the audacity to run a small business :mad:.
 
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