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Any example of which car fall into which group / category?

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Any example of which car fall into which group / category?

i don't have any, but according to ST, cars like prius will be under neutral VES.

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i don't have any, but according to ST, cars like prius will be under neutral VES.

Prius hybrid only consider neutral, guess most other car models will have additional tax slap on them.

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Any example of which car fall into which group / category?

 

 

I also want to know leh. 

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Prius hybrid only consider neutral, guess most other car models will have additional tax slap on them.

but i think the limits r not very practical, cos electric cars r very pricey n very inadequate infrastructure to support charging.

 

unless govt telling us not to buy non-electric cars, or no matter what wanna achieve the projected revenue from car sales n coe..

 

in the end, tighter budget ones drive kei-cars?

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wah siao liao. decat, j pipe / exhaust mods, ecu tuning now hong kan liao. liddat sure fail inspection

but i think the limits r not very practical, cos electric cars r very pricey n very inadequate infrastructure to support charging.

 

unless govt telling us not to buy non-electric cars, or no matter what wanna achieve the projected revenue from car sales n coe..

 

in the end, tighter budget ones drive kei-cars?

carlite liao. tell us not to buy cars

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wah siao liao. decat, j pipe / exhaust mods, ecu tuning now hong kan liao. liddat sure fail inspection

carlite liao. tell us not to buy cars

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I also want to know leh.

Your car still have 9 years and 10 months to go, give chance to those with old car like me.

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Your car still have 9 years and 10 months to go, give chance to those with old car like me.

 

yah, your car older by 3 month, still got 9 yrs and 7 months, I give you chance, you can ask first. ^_^

 

But hor I know mine already..  :a-happy:  :a-happy:

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I don't know what to think now... Wait till 2018? Coe drop due to less demand because of addn tax on previous "eco-friendly' cars like all the hybrids?

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yah, your car older by 3 month, still got 9 yrs and 7 months, I give you chance, you can ask first. ^_^

 

But hor I know mine already.. :a-happy::a-happy:

Ha ha ha, I wish !

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With the inclusion of 3 other pollutants, how many models are affected is unknown.

 

Tough decision for potential buyers, buy now to confirm avoid surcharge of 10k to 20k?

 

Or gamble fav model will fall within neutral/rebate category when testing concluded?

 

Or pray COE will drop 10k-20k in 2018 to offset surcharge (if model affected)?

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If reference from SGCM, the car models CO2 emissions figures they got indicate "(as tested by LTA)". Whose figure's will be used, it's for diligent potential buyers to find out .

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