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2002 S3 CO2 emmisions level

shollis Mar 21, 2007

  1. shollis

    shollis flat in fifth.....

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    In light of all of the budget stuff happening today, a friend at work wants to know what the CO2 (g/km) of his 2002 S3 is?

    Any ideas anyone?

    Cheers
     
  2. sljmunday

    sljmunday New Member

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    223co i think my 210bhp is that any way
     
  3. jesters3

    jesters3 Active Member VCDS Map User

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    226, puts you in the top bracket for Road Tax (225+)!! Got a 2002 S3 225bhp myself

    Check www.smmt.co.uk
     
  4. rodenal

    rodenal Active Member

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    I dont think you need to worry about the new tax unless your car is newer than '06
     
  5. twofivenine

    twofivenine Member

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    I think its for cars registered after 1/3/01....do the 210 S3's and 225 S3's have different C02 emissions. Just done a budget calculator on the BBC website and it says if I paid £190 for tax last year (renewed in Jan 07) then I should only expect a £15 hike in taxation?
     
  6. JamS3

    JamS3 Active Member

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    The new levels ie £400 in 2008 only is for cars registered at the end of this month this year, ie a car registered 1/4/07 like a 3.2 A3 will fall in the bracket of the top tax band
     
  7. joe6886

    joe6886 Member

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    As said no 8L shape S3 falls into the new G taxation band.
     
  8. jojo

    jojo Looking for Boost! Staff Member Moderator Team Daytona Audi S3 quattro Audi A6 Audi Avant Owner Group

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    All I can say about this subject is, if you can afford to run and own an S3, I'm sure you can pay the extra £15-20 it's going to cost you annually. And lets face it, a remapped one is sure gonna be way over 'G' taxation band, but we are still going to pay for tax on a standard car right? :racer:
     
  9. Wicked666

    Wicked666 Active Member

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    what about a car registered in 1999? I have had an lpg conversion if that makes a difference. Its a 1.8T Quattro
     
  10. jcs356

    jcs356 Brum brum

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    I'm guessing it will all be for new cars only. Both my 1994 Ibiza and 2001 S3 are on the 'flat rate' car tax which was £175 last time round so I expect that will go up by the usual £tenner.
     
  11. shollis

    shollis flat in fifth.....

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  12. jcs356

    jcs356 Brum brum

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    That's useful to know. So to clarify my previous post, if your car was originally registered before 28th February 2001 you are on the 'TC11' flat rate scheme so it goes up from £175 to £180. My S3 was registered on 14th January 2001 so it just slips under the wire.

    S3's registered 1st March 2001 onwards are £205.
     
  13. DCooksey

    DCooksey New Member

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    Really mad about this subject now! I have a 1.8SE A4 Avant on a Y plate, normally aspirated, non-quattro, so bottom of the range engine wise and no grunt, and I'm paying tax at the same level as the sportier stuff????? :wtf: How the **** is that fair??? So I guess I'll be looking to trade in for an 'S' model quattro - a little bit old so at least the car matches the level of tax I have to pay!!!!! Or is it just me??

    Darren
     
  14. S3-ROB

    S3-ROB RD350YPVS - Loves 2 stroke oil

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    Taxed my 2002 S3 a few months ago and it was £205, had a 2006 Aston Martin DB9 in at work the other day, looked at the tax disc and it was £190 for 12 months :motz:

    How is that fair!!! :wtf:
     
  15. DCooksey

    DCooksey New Member

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    Now that really is mad! Hmmm, so I need to buy a DB9 to save meself some money on road tax - I'll speak to the missus!!!:)
     

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