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BOUGHT A NEW ST LINE

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Went down to pick my edge up from the garage this morning and had a look at a new edge st line that was just delivered,got an amazing deal for my one and this one so I'm now the proud owner of a new white edge st-line,pick it up next weekend.i have to say I love a white car,roll on next weekend now.i had a few problems with my old one but they have all been sorted but seen the white one and that was it 😀

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OMG, I used to be indecisive, now I'm not sure sure!

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Good luck with the hyper-expensive Riad tax for the first few years !!  😝

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What does the new road tax entail,is it still £500 first year and £450 there after,I did see somewhere April 2018 it's £800 first year but after that not sure,that's if a car is list price of over £40000 I think.

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Think that’s about it. The £800 for 2018 from April, I believe only applies to those vehicles not meeting the Euro 6 emissions standards. 

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Does the edge st line meet the required euro 6 emissions,I looked at my paperwork for new car and it says £500 first year road tax so I take it my one must be okay,then it's £450 a year,that what my last on was costing to.

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my new st line will be £500 road tax first year and £450 then after,same as my sport is,after April 2018 it be £800 first year then £450 onwards.so I was told by the salesman.

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I’ve just read an article on the new tax rates and only vehicles which do not pass the ‘Real World’ Euro 6 emissions test will have the higher tax levy.  Good news ?   Well not really as there are currently only 15 cars which pass the test and all of them are German, the majority ironically being Volkswagens. So £800 it is for an Edge ST Line with anything but minimal extras. 

An Oxford White ST Line with the lower powered diesel and nothing else added is £38,345. Choosing any other colour takes it to at least £38,890 (more for Ruby Red and more still for the other White), so there’s not much scope for a car to be under £40k realistically. 

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I wonder whether the freshened Edge with the new eco blue diesel engines will comply with the "real world" Euro 6 emissions?

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Wonder if the price will drop significantly when we leave Europe and we can cut the European import duty!

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On 27/02/2018 at 7:05 PM, simonb65 said:

Wonder if the price will drop significantly when we leave Europe and we can cut the European import duty!

.....and then Simon woke up !! 😆😆

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On 27/02/2018 at 7:05 PM, simonb65 said:

Wonder if the price will drop significantly when we leave Europe and we can cut the European import duty!

So said the fairies at the bottom of my garden. :smile:

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Pick it up tomorrow morning 😀

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On 01/03/2018 at 6:26 PM, Edge of Reason said:

.....and then Simon woke up !! 😆😆

We can all dream ... :sleep::biggrin:

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Got my edge st line this morning,very happy with it,looks good in white imo,get it washed tomorrow as it's rotten after journey home.

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