That is correct. In Europe, they can avoid a lot of taxes if the vehicle is of a certain age. Especially the Russian government, they have caught on to the imoprting of vehicles and raised taxes so they can make money on this too. Its amazing the difference in price from the US to Europe.
Originally Posted by SARAFIL
Based on his color preferences and production date requirements, sounds like he is exporting the car and needs it to be a certain age for tax purposes.
I had a customer sell his 2007 X5 3.0si with 47,000 miles in ot for $70,000 USD to a guy in Europe. A good way to get your money back! No depreciation! haha
2008 E90 335i
Sparkling Graphite/Black Leather/Aluminum
2007 E90 335i (turned in)
Black Sapphire/Black Leather/Dark Wood
2006 E90 330i (turned in)
Jet Black/Black Leather/Dark Wood