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    went to Ford Pampanga yesterday (after dropping by at kimpoy's shop) and looked at the new ford expedition. sabi nung sales rep dun tataas daw ng 50% yung tax for suv's by next year. totoo ba ito? yung price ng new expedition na 1.945M magiging more than 2.2M daw.
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    well, magiging value-based na yung tax supposedly... not on engine displacement na and mawawala na yung 10-seater AUV exemption... so baka nga tumaas yung price ng premium SUVs (although maibabalik na rin ata yung 4x4 models at no extra tax) that are riding on the 10-seater exemption now

    although, sure na bababa yung presyo ng LC100 at prado, at rav4! :D yahoo!

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    sheeeesh............... more taxes ................... wala namang nangyayari! Taxes are the main reason why manufacturers cant bring in the good features...... coz theyre trying to keep costs down

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    eh.. akala ko pa naman good news na. badtrip naman 'yan oh..!!
    pero palagay niyo, kapag pumasok ang xterra dito 4x4 na?

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    pajerokid,

    my fearless predictions: (hula hula lang ito ha! on the basis that premium SUVs riding on the 10-seater exemption will become more expensive when the exemption is removed)

    patrol: 4x2 model will be dropped, prices will increase considerably
    expedition: prices will increase considerably
    trooper: prices will increase considerably
    pajero: 4x2 model will be dropped, prices will increase considerably

    chevy venture: prices will increase slightly
    kia sedona: prices will increase slightly

    rav4: prices will drop drastically
    grand vitara: prices will drop drastically
    cr-v: 10-seater model will be dropped, prices will increase slightly, 4WD model available
    escape 4WD: prices will drop drastically

    revo, crosswind, adventure: prices will increase slightly
    pickups: no change? baka drop slightly...

    altis 1.8G: prices will drop considerably
    altis 1.6, civic, lynx, sentra, lancer...: prices will drop slightly
    city: um... prices will increase slightly?
    accord, camry, cefiro...: prices will drop slightly
    BMWs, benzes,...: 6-cylinder model (2.5L and above) prices will drop considerably

    :? :?:

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    mbt::: hmmmmm..... i agree with some but not all. For example.....

    to keep prices down, i think toyota will respond by introducing a FWD RAV4. Honda will retain the current CRV but will Introduce a Higher end model with RT4WD. I agree with your predictions on the Patrol and Pajero. I think the trooper will have a 4WD big brother. Exped? not sure.


    Pwede pala tayong manghuhula hehehe :mrgreen:

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    what do you mean patrol and pajero 4x2's will be dropped? are they going to introduce 4x4 models or hindi na magbebenta ng mga patrols and pajeros?
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    feeling ko lang 4x2s will be dropped. The only reason they were released was to avoid the excise tax on 4x4s. feeling ko lang :D

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    Does anyone have a link or can explain this new tax scheme?

    We're planning to buy a new car early next year so i'm kinda curious on how it will affect the price (we're looking at the Corolla 1.8 or the Hiace Super Grandia).

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    i heard the scheme will be based on PRICE something like:

    3,000,000 and up - 100% tax
    600,001 to 900,000 - 3% tax
    600,000 and below - 2.5% tax

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new tax system for new SUVs next year?