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BMW i3 I01 (2014 - Current)
The BMW i3 and BMW i8 are the first two cars launch under BMW's new sub brand BMW i. The i3 is an all carbon fiber, all electric vehicle meant for urban mobility.

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Old 04-04-2017, 08:31 AM
jiangleo jiangleo is offline
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Annual Registration Cost for i3 in Michigan

Hi!
I am seriously considering about getting a CPO i3. Starting from this year, additional registration fees will be added for hybrid and electric vehicles in Michigan. That estimated $135 registration fee hike on top of the usual registration fee. The usual registration fee is based on car's MSRP. (45k-55K for i3). So I think it will be $300-400 out of my pocket every year for just paying the registration fee. It is not really a deal breaker here, but I am really curious to see how much are you paying for your i3 annual registration.

Thanks for any inputs!
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Old 04-04-2017, 01:18 PM
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In NH, while renewing the state portion is fixed based on weight, each town/county has a tax based on the value. It varies by town. In mine, it's a sliding scale that starts out as 1.2% of the vehicle cost, and goes down each year until it reaches a plateau and holds until it might end up reaching 'antique' status, should you hold onto it long enough. But, there's no sales tax when you buy a car in NH (only sales taxes are on things like restaurants, and some other luxury, or optional things like hotel/motel/entertainment, but no general merchandise sales taxes).
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