|Engine CC||Excise Duty|
|0 – 1000cc||10% Custom Duty and US$4200 as Excise Tax|
|1000 – 1500cc||10% Custom Duty and US$4200 as Excise Tax|
|1500 – 1800cc||30% Custom Duty and US$6000 as Excise Tax|
|1800 – 2000cc||30% Custom Duty and US$6500 as Excise Tax|
|2000 – 3000cc||70% Custom Duty and US$13500 as Excise Tax|
|More Than 3000cc||100% Custom Duty and US$14500 as Excise Tax|
|Engine CC||Custom Duty||Excise TAX||VAT|
|0 – 1500cc||45%||—||14%|
|1500 – 1800cc||45%||10%||14%|
|1800 – 2000cc||45%||10%||14%|
|2000 – 3000cc||45%||110%||14%|
|More Than 3000cc||45%||140%||14%|
Note: Duties are depend on vehicle CNF price.
Custom duty depends on cc starting from 4200-6200 USD.
The new regulation is implied on used tyres of motor vehicles including motor cars, vans, buses, pickups, Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) and other related vehicles. The usage of only brand new tyres is allowed as a statement from GRA elaborated,
” If a vehicle bearing used tyres is presented, they can be allowed entry only if the tyres have at least 6mm depth”.
GRA is granting a phase-in period for a month realizing on 30th April 2017. During this period, if the vehicles are purchased and shipped before April 1st, 2017, tyres of used cars will be allowed entry along with the car. Once the phase-in period actualizes, the importers of used tyres not fulfilling the specified guidelines will be charged with a fine according to the following criteria:
GUY$10,000 *(For cars, vans and mini-bus)
GUY$15,000 * (For pickups and SUVs)
The fine is applied on a per tyre basis including the spare However, in case the replacement of tyres is not required, the costs amounting for the non-replacing tyres will be deducted.