PS Watch out for large engine cars going cheap because the road tax on them is massive. Also if you finish up tax resident you pay a luxury tax. Stick below 1929 cc if you can.
Forsto wrote:What took me by surprise is that when you buy a used car and maybe a new one come to that, you have to pay a tax to the government. We don't have this in England and I had not factored this into the rather exorbitant cost of an elderly Hyundai Atos. The tax payable was €130 and I don't know if this varies with the age/value of the car. I also don't know if you pay a tax on a new car and if so, how much.
mouche wrote:In my opinion, the best thing is to buy a new car and sell it after 10 years at a totally inflated price/value!
Kilkis wrote:Knowing the way cars depreciate slowly in Greece, do you really think you are going to get a large engine car cheap if it was registered after 31 October 2010, Mouche?
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