Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2004 17:51:44 -0000
From: "Dori A Schmetterling" <ngnospamam.co.uk>
Subject: Re: Car overseas US->EU ...


If only it were that simple... Anyway, the savings stated presumably relate to savings on the US dealer price. I live in the UK and saved GBP 5K on my (other premium German brand) GBP 40K (in UK) car by buying it in Germany. Saved less than expected because in meantime price for RHD was raised in Germany and UK prices were reduced. Might have been able to save more by buying in Denmark which, in general, has lower pre-tax prices than many other EU countries. Was too much hassle. DAS -- For direct contact replace nospam with schmetterling --- "Ulf" <camaroz28nospameja.com> wrote in message news:OD6vd.10971$d5.96485nospamb.telia.net... [...] > BTW, the best way to buy a new car in Europe must be to have someone in > the US buy one with the European Delivery Program. You pick it up and > drive it more than 5000 km, so it's considered used by the EU, and then > register it. This way you get a brand new car without having to pay any > taxes at all, and at a US price! If someone was to start asking questions > you could just say you imported it from one of the new EU countries, no > one would know... > > http://www.bmwusa.com/bmwexperience/EuropeanDelivery/savings.htm > >> >> Frank >> > Ulf

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