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Greece Has the Highest Road Tax in Europe

circulation taxThe road tax on the following cars for the year 2014, in Greece are:
120 Euros: Fiat 500 (0.9 TwinAir BlackJack 3dr) 875 cc
135 Euros: Fiat Punto Evo (Hatch 5Dr 1.3 Multijet DPF SS 75) 1.284 cc
240 Euros: Audi A1 (1.4 TFSI S Line S Tronic) 1.390 cc
265 euro: Ford Fiesta (2011) 1.596 cc
300 Euros: Ford Mondeo (2.0 TDCi Titanium X Sport) 1.997 cc
660 euro: Audi A6 (2011) 1.968 cc
Comparing the tax to other European countries:
For the small Fiat 875 cc, the Germans pay 17 Euros, the Hungarians 30 Euros, Romanian 29 Euros, while in Sweden and the UK the tax is zero.
For the Audi A1 the tax is 240 Euros in Greece, 131 Euros in the UK, 64 Euros in Spain, and in Lithuania it is zero.
For the Ford Fiesta, the tax is zero in the Czech Republic, 30 Euros in Hungary and 34 Euros in Romania.
For the Audi A6, the annual circulation tax in France is 160 Euros, in Italy 503 Euros, in Romania 55 Euros and finally in Britain the tax is zero.

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