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Jim is Thailand, Dubai, Australia, Singapore and England United Kingdom top car to Cyprus and Northern Cyprus.

Northern Cyprus (Turkish Cyprus) and Cyprus (Greek Cyprus) are both Right Hand Drive countries. Cyprus is a part of the European Union so EU rules apply but Turkish Cyprus still gets to make its rules and Thailand, Australian and UK vehicles can be imported.

Jim is Thailand’s top car exporter, Dubai’s top car exporter, Singapore’s top car exporter and England United Kingdom’s top car exporter and 4×4 exporter, importer and dealer of New 2016 2017 and Used 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000 models of Toyota Hilux Vigo, Toyota Fortuner, Mitsubishi L200 Triton, Nissan Navara, Ford Ranger, Chevy Colorado, Isuzu Dmax, Isuzu MU-7 and other 4×4 pickups and SUVs to the RHD and LHD countries of the world including both parts of Cyprus. Jim is also Thailand’s top car exporter to Europe. We are exporting RHD vehicles to RHD countries of Europe and Left Hand Drive vehicles to LHD countries of Western, South, Central, and Eastern Europe as well as to the Balkan Peninsula.

Japan Used Car Import Duty / Regulation in Cyprus

Guidelines to follow while importing used car in Cyprus are as follows.

Long-term Import Regulation in Cyprus

Shipping Ports

The major ports for importing Japanese used cars are Limassol port and Larnaca port.

Right-hand drive vehicles

Importation of right hand drive vehicles are allowed in Cyprus. However Left-hand drive vehicles may also be imported if the applicant has owned the vehicle for at least 180 days before the vehicle’s arrival in Cyprus and if the applicant has not lived in Cyprus for more than five years before arrival.

Inspection by DoRT

In the Republic of Cyprus, all vehicles over four years old are subject to a Department of Road Transport (DoRT) test for mechanical safety as well as emissions levels. This test must be passed every two years. The test checks emissions, brakes, suspension, steering, lights and tires among other things. It is computerized and generally takes less than an hour. Motorcycles are not subject to this test.

Documents required for importing used cars

  • Registration certificate (indicating that the vehicle’s first registration was in Japan).
  • Invoice or sales contract, if the vehicle is not registered to the person importing and registering the vehicle. The following certificates are compulsory to get issued by the respective organizations while importing used car in Cyprus for a long term:-
    • Certificate confirming the car’s CO2 emissions, issued by District Vehicle Examination Center of the Road Transport Department (R.T.D.) after submitting the documents stated above by the owner who acquires the vehicle according to the procedure of the Department of Customs paying all appropriate taxes.
    • Single Vehicle Approval (SVA) certificate from SVA Testing Center which requires all paperwork to be correct and the vehicle to be in proper working condition in accordance to the Single Vehicle Approval manual.
    • Road Worthiness Certificate from an authorized Private Vehicle Examination Center.

Upon successful completion of above procedures, the owner submits all above documents to one of the Motor Car Registry offices of R.T.D. for registration of the vehicle.

Registration tax and road tax are calculated based on the vehicle’s engine cubic capacity and CO2 emissions. According to current legislation, cars imported from Japan, must be less than 5 years old at the time of arrival in Cyprus in order to be eligible for registration, unless any of the following conditions is met:-

  1. The owner has been residing permanently in another country and he or she is moving permanently to Cyprus. In this case:-
    • Only one such vehicle may be registered to an individual.
    • Only the registered owner, spouse and children are eligible to drive the vehicle.
    • The vehicle cannot be transferred to any other person within the first 3 years from the vehicle’s first registration in Cyprus.
    • The application for the vehicle’s registration must be submitted within 1 year from the owner’s arrival in Cyprus for permanent settlement.
  2. The vehicle is eligible for registration as a vintage vehicle according to the following criteria:-
      • The vehicle is over 25 years of age from its first registration or purchase in any country.
      • The vehicle is approved by FIVA (Federation Internationale des Vehicules Anciens) authorized representatives and holds a relevant valid certificate and a declaration that the vehicle’s specifications are in compliance with the International Technical Code for vintage vehicles.

    While importing the used cars from Japan in Cyprus for long term the Custom Duty and Taxes are levied also there is a provision of Relief from duties and taxes on the importation of used vehicles under certain conditions and for specific purposes.

Used Vehicle Relief from Duties and Taxes

Used vehicles can be imported from Japan under Relief from duties and taxes.

Relief is granted for various reasons as mentioned below:

  1. If you are resident in a third country and you have decided to transfer your normal residence to Cyprus, under certain conditions you are entitled to transfer your motor vehicle, so that you may not to be deprived of your vehicle until you make an application for relief and receive an answer, you may be allowed to drive it temporarily under Form C.104O.If you get a positive answer, then complete form SAD. You may use the services of a clearing agent. Produce your SAD form at any Regional Customs Office, accompanied by Form C.104O, which will be kept by Customs. You will have to pay no import and excise duties and VAT. Customs will issue Form C72A and a copy will be given to you. The vehicle must be then produced, together with Form C72A and other documents relating to your vehicle, to the Inland Transport Department for inspection and registration purposes.If you get a negative answer from Customs because you do not meet the criteria for being granted a relief for the vehicle, you have the following options:
    • To pay the import and excise duties and VAT.
    • To place it in a customs warehouse.
    • To send it to another member state of the EU or
    • To export it to a third country.
  2. Under the conditions laid down below, you are entitled to relief from excise duty if you are a citizen of Cyprus with four or more dependent children and you have not received any subsidy from the State for the purchase of vehicle.A child is considered dependent if that child is:
    • Below the age of 18
    • Over 18 years old and is a student of secondary or tertiary education in Cyprus or abroad
    • Over 18 years old and is in the National Guard doing his service.
    • Of any age and unmarried and invalid and who has not exercised his/her right to apply for a duty-free vehicle or has not been given financial assistance by the State to purchase a vehicle.
  3. You are entitled to apply for relief from excise duty on new or used passenger motor vehicles, which can transport from eleven to twelve persons including the driver. Instead of claiming relief however, you may apply to the Ministry of Finance for a special subsidy for the purchase of motor vehicle.Relief is granted on a claim for relief made by you personally (there is no specific form). The claim must be submitted to the Relief Section of Customs Headquarters in Nicosia and be accompanied by the following evidence:
      • Marriage certificate
      • children’s birth certificates.
      • Documentary evidence for dependent children over 18 years old.
      • “Association of Families of over three children” membership card.
      • Cypriot driving license.

    Note: Relief is granted for one vehicle only. The replacement of one excise free vehicle with another excise free vehicle is not allowed.

Excise Duties and Taxes

All motor vehicles, when imported to Cyprus both new and used are subjected to Import duties and taxes:

  • Saloon type vehicles, such as sedan, cabrio, estate, hatchback, coupe, etc.
  • Jeep-type off-road vehicles (4*4).
  • Vehicles with two rows of seats, known as double cabin cars with Gross Vehicle Weight not exceeding 3.5 tonnes.
  • Vans having a gross weight not exceeding 2032 kg and a net cargo volume not exceeding 2 cubic meters.
  • Motorcycles with an engine capacity not exceeding 600 cc., no excise duty is chargeable.

Vehicles in the following categories are subject to 15% ad valorem excise duty:

  • “Go kart” type motor vehicles, used only in closed and/or confined spaces, for entertainment purposes.
  • Amphibious motor vehicles, with a gross weight not exceeding 1000 kg, with three rows of wheels and all-wheel-drive, which are used for recreational or commercial purposes and which can carry two to four persons.
  • “Hovercraft” type motor vehicles that are designed to run both on water and soil.
  • Mobile campers of CN 8703.
  • Old vehicles as defined in the Motor Vehicle and Traffic Law of 1972 as amended.
  • 4-wheel vehicles, which have the appearance of a motorcycle and cannot be registered for circulation on public roads.

Vehicles not included in the above categories, such as trucks (pick-ups), buses, vehicles carrying more than nine persons including the driver, vans other than the above, passenger vehicles powered by an electric motor, etc., are not subject to excise duty.

For used cars the total excise duty payable is reduced in accordance with the reduction rates as fixed in a Notice issued by the Director of Customs. Apart from the reductions of the excise duty due to normal wear and tear of the car, for used vehicles which have been proved to cover a distance beyond the average kilometers (15000 km per year for cars fitted with petrol engines and 18000 km per year for cars fitted with diesel engines), the duty will be further reduced proportionally by a factor 0.20% per 500 km travelled beyond the average.

Registration in Cyprus

After the payment of relevant duties and taxes the vehicle must be registered before it can be licensed for road tax purposes. According to the existing Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic legislation, a private motor vehicle can be registered in Cyprus provided its age prior to its importation is less than 5 years old, this counted from the date the vehicle was registered as new in Japan or, if the vehicle was not registered, from the date this was bought for the first time as new. In order to register a vehicle in Cyprus, it must first pass the DoRT test.

Temporary Import Regulation in Cyprus

The major ports for importing Japanese used cars are Limassol port and Larnaca port. Tourists or expatriates are allowed to import Japanese used cars on temporary basis. According to the customs procedure importing used car from Japan is allowed, in order to use it temporarily during stay in Cyprus and then re-export it without paying any customs duty, excise duty or VAT in Cyprus.

In order to import a vehicle in Cyprus on temporary basis without paying the taxes or duties, the person should meet the given criteria:

  • Being the owner or having the written authority of the owner.
  • While importing the vehicle temporarily in Cyprus it should be used exclusively for the private needs and shall not be sold, lend, pledge, rent or disposed off.
  • “Normal Residence” (the place where a person usually lives for at least 185 days, consecutive or not, in each calendar year, because of personal and occupational ties) is in third country (country other than Cyprus and the member countries of European Union).
  • Intend to use it during stay in Cyprus for a period of time not exceeding six months.
  • The vehicle is registered in third country, if not, the vehicle must be owned by a person established in that country.

Documents required :-

  • A valid certificate of registration and road license of a third country; if the foreign road license expires during the vehicle’s stay in Cyprus, then you must pay the relevant road tax fees to the Inland Transport Department.
  • A valid driving license of the country of origin or of an international driving license.
  • Vehicle is insured by an insurance company, registered and operating in Cyprus.
  • For importing the used car from Japan temporarily in Cyprus Form C. 104O is required to be completed, whose copy is provided by the Customs.

In following cases, a temporarily imported used vehicle for a period of time longer than six months is allowed:

  • Student in Cyprus from foreign country will be allowed to use the vehicle throughout their stay in Cyprus exclusively for studies.
  • Assigned with a work as mentioned below under contract of fixed duration the use of vehicle is allowed throughout the stay in Cyprus exclusively for the accomplishment of work.
    • Teaching personnel at University of Cyprus, or Institutions recognized by Ministry of Education and Culture.
    • Employee with the Government of the Republic, a Semi-governmental Organization.
    • Legal persons of public law, International Organizations or Foreign State Organizations or Institutes established in Cyprus.
    • Foreign archaeological missions provided these persons do particularly specialized work.
    • Reporters of foreign press or foreign radio and television channels in order to cover specific events in Cyprus.
  • Transferred normal residence from another country to Cyprus and applied for relief on the vehicle. In such a case, to save from being deprived of the vehicle until making an application and receive an answer may be allowed to use the vehicle temporarily up to a period of one month.

Import Regulation in North Cyprus

Regulations in Northern Cyprus change often so you must check for current regulation with the Custom authority in Lefkosa. Here are  of the rules in place with regard to the vehicle itself:

–          the car or four wheel drive vehicle you intend to bring must be less than 5 years old on entry to North Cyprus (note – classic cars obviously do not come under this category!)

–          the vehicle must have valid road tax

–          the vehicle must have an up to date MOT certificate or equivalent depending on its country of origin

Once you have established that the above requirements fit your vehicle you need to think about the other costs involved with importing into the TRNC.  The following costs will apply in taxes and dutiesbased on the type of vehicle you bring into the country:

–          value of the vehicle based on the price of the used car according to the Glass Motoring Guide (the leading European provider of used vehicle prices and values)

These costs all need to be paid within the first year of your vehicles arrival into North Cyprus.  Costs are calculated and billed in Turkish Lira and must be paid with a guaranteed cheque or cash.  So, you need to do some sums based on the Glass estimation of the cars value before deciding if it’s worth doing.

Vehicles which are arriving from Europe will be liable to 40.4% tax on the value of the car.  Those which are arriving from non-European countries are liable to 65.12% tax on the value.

On all cars being brought into the country there are one off charges involved and these are different depending on the engine capacity. Vehicles under 1600cc are charged 1,200 USD, cars between 1600cc and 2000cc are charged 3,600USD and finally, cars over 2000cc are charged 3,600USD.  Be careful also about importing double cab 4×4 pick-ups as the rules are unclear and they can be classed as commercial vehicles and there are different regulations that apply.

Jim is Thailand’s top new car and 4×4 dealer, importer and exporter. We are exporting to the RHD and LHD countries of Europe including Western European countries as United Kingdom, Jersey, Gibraltar, Ireland, France, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Sweden, the Netherlands, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, Austria South European countries as Spain, Portugal, Italy, Malta, and Cyprus, Central European countries as Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland; Balkan countries as Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Greece; as well as East European countries as Russia, Ukraine, and Romania.

Jim Autos is Thailand’s top new and used car exporter. Jim as Thailand’s oldest and largest auto exporter to the world has served its customers since our founding in 1911 as Asia’s first auto dealership outside Japan with honesty, integrity, superior customer service, price leadership and professionalism,

Thailand’s top car exporter and 4×4 exporter to the RHD and LHD countries of Europe including Cyprus and Northern Cyprus

Jim Autos Thailand is Thailand’s, Singapore’s, England United Kingdom’s and Dubai’s top car exporter, Thailand’s top auto exporter and Thailand’s top 4×4 exporter of Right Hand Drive and Left Hand Drive vehicles to Europe. We established our dominance in export of Right Hand Drive vehicles early on but have been Asia’s top auto exporter to not only Right Hand Drive European countries but also the Left Hand Drive countries of Europe.

Among European countries United Kingdom, Jersey, Ireland, Malta, North Cyprus and Cyprus are Right Hand Drive countries. All other countries are Left Hand Drive countries. Since Thailand is a Right Hand Drive country we can send a wide selection of quality Thailand assembled Japanese and American 4×4 pickups and SUVs to RHD countries of Europe. Our selection of Left Hand Drive is limited to 2009 models of top selling original Left Hand Drive vehicles as 2009 Toyota Hilux Vigo, 2009 Toyota Fortuner, 2009 Isuzu Dmax, 2009 Toyota Camry, 2009 Mitsubishi L200 Triton and 2009 Ford Ranger. We currently only have 2009 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport SUV only in Right Hand Drive but hope to get LHD model soon.

European Union Customs Duty

The European Union is a customs union which means that the same import duty rates are applicable in all member states.

European Union Tariff Rates

Motor vehicle imports from non-EU and non-EFTA countries are subject to common external tariffs (CET) that range from 5.3 to 22 percent.

  • Passenger Cars: 10%: passenger cars 12.5%: electric-motored cars
  • Trucks: The CET for diesel- and gas-engine trucks is either 11 or 22 percent, depending on the vehicle engine capacity.
    • 11%: diesel or semi-diesel trucks with an engine capacity of 2.5 liters and below; gas-engine trucks not exceeding 2.8-liter engine capacity
    • 22%: diesel or semi-diesel trucks with an engine capacity exceeding 2.5 liters; gas-engine trucks exceeding 2.8 liters
    • Dump trucks are subject to either a 6 or 17 percent duty, depending on engine capacity
    • 6%: dump trucks with an engine capacity of 2.5 liters and below 17%: dump trucks with an engine capacity exceeding 2.5 liters
    • All trucks made specifically for the purpose of transporting highly radioactive materials are subject to a 5.3 percent CET.

EU’s Single Internal Market (“EC-92”) and the Type-Approval Directive

The EU’s single internal market became official on January 1, 1993. Part of the “EC-92” effort includes the initiative to remove technical barriers to the free movement of products within the EU. The program’s greatest impact on the automotive sector has been in the area of standards. The EU Commission has attempted to harmonize automotive technical and environmental standards between the member states. EU legislation also covers noise and particulate emissions, as well as safety. For example, as of January 1, 1993, all motor vehicles in the EU must have a catalytic converter.

In addition, the EU’s type-approval directive (EU Council Directive 92/53) eliminates the need for national type-approval requirements by establishing one set of rules for automobiles and their parts throughout the EU. This directive aims to clarify the type-approval procedure for motor vehicles, separate technical units (i.e., trailers), and components. It simplifies the documentation, designates the type-approval number on a separate technical unit as certification of conformity, and defines vehicles, separate technical unit(s), and component(s). Certificates of conformity, as specified in Annex IX of EU Directive 92/53, will be required in order for an automobile to enter into service. For component approvals, an approval issued under relevant regulations of the U.N. Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) is recognized as equivalent to an approval granted under comparable EU legislation.

In March 1992, the EU Council formally adopted the few remaining pieces of component-related legislation necessary to make whole-vehicle type approval a reality for passenger cars. In June 1992, EU member state officials approved the adoption of EU legislation creating a single system for certifying that passenger cars meet safety and other technical requirements. The legislation established a EU type-approval system to replace the twelve member state national schemes.

In 1996, the EU type-approval system became mandatory. Vehicles with EU type-approval can be marketed anywhere in the Community. Therefore, a vehicle need only receive type-approval certification in one EU country to be accepted in all other member countries. To receive type-approval, products may either be brought to a testing facility or manufacturers may opt to maintain their own approved, on-site equipment. Nevertheless, U.S.-and EU-origin automobiles must still be certified to this single set of rules by an authorized member state agency. A similar system was adopted for type-approval of two and three wheeled vehicles, and became effective on January 1, 1994. Should you need further information or would like to obtain these addresses, please contact the Department of Commerce: European Union Affairs Office at (202) 482-5279.

Value-added taxes (VAT)

As part of the establishment of the single internal market, the EU member states have also begun to harmonize their VAT rates into a narrow band of approximately 15 percent. Until that time, VAT rates are country-specific, and in some cases, sector-specific; the rates fluctuate between standard, reduced and luxury VAT rates. However, standard VAT rates are generally applied to vehicles throughout the EU. EU VAT rates currently range from 15 to 25 percent. VAT rates for each EU member are listed below:

VAT Rates

Country VAT Country VAT Country VAT
Austria 20% Greece 18% Poland 22%
Belgium 21% Hungary 25% Portugal 19%
Cyprus 15% Ireland 21% Slovakia 19%
Czech Republic 19% Italy 20% Slovenia 20%
Denmark 25% Latvia 18% Spain 16%
Estonia 18% Lithuania 18% Sweden 25%
Finland 22% Luxembourg 15% United Kingdom 17.5%
France 19.6% Malta 18%
Germany 16% Netherlands 19%

 

Excise Duties on private vehicles brought into the Republic of Cyprus

Vehicles brought in from member states of the European Union – On payment of excise duties and VAT

1. Community status of the vehicle

Goods in free circulation in the EU move from one member state to another without payment of further customs import duty. To be exempt from paying further import duty in Cyprus, proof of Community status of the goods must be provided. If you are transferring to Cyprus a car for private use from another member state, you may prove its Community status by producing:-

  • T2L or Τ2LF document; or
  • the number plates and the vehicle registration document issued by previous member state.

The T2L or Τ2LF document can be obtained from the previous member state Customs Service or through your vehicle supplier or shipper.

In case of failure to provide above mentioned proof of vehicle’s Community status, the importation will be classed as having arrived from a third country and the vehicle will be liable to import duty in addition to the excise duty and VAT.

2. Procedure on arrival of the vehicle in the Republic of Cyprus

Certain goods are subject to excise duty, even if they arrive from another member state of the EU. Motor vehicles, in the following categories, are subject to excise duty:

  • saloon type vehicles, such as sedan, cabrio, estate, hatchback, coupe, etc;
  • Jeep-type off-road vehicles (4Χ4);
  • double cabin cars;
  • vans of tariff heading 87.04 having a gross weight not exceeding 2032 kg and a net cargo space not exceeding 2 m3;
  • motorcycles having an engine of a cubic capacity exceeding 600 cc.

If you bring such a vehicle from another member state of the EU, which is in free circulation, you may leave the port or airport immediately without any customs procedure. If your vehicle is brought in by ship, you are required to furnish proof of Community status before you are allowed to remove the vehicle from the port. To do so you must fill in form “Application for verification of community status”.

3. Payment of excise duty

You must pay the excise duty due within 10 working days from the date of the vehicle’s arrival in the Republic, unless within this period you opt to:

  • place it in a customs warehouse;
  • send it to another member state of the EU; or
  • export it to a third country.

In order to pay the excise duty, you will have to complete form SAD. If you cannot complete it on your own, you may use the services of a customs clearing agent.

3.1. Calculation of excise duty

The excise duty is calculated on the basis of the capacity of the vehicle’s engine and this is differentiated according to: –

  • the mass of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
  • the age of the vehicle, the kilometers it has done, its general condition, the type of its transmission, its make and type, in accordance with the reduction rates as fixed in a Notice issued by the Director of Customs.

Using the table below and the differentiations which follow, you may calculate on your own the excise duty on any vehicle.

 

Vehicles categories
c.c.
per c.c.
A
Motor vehicles classified under T.H. 8703 21 – 8703 90 (excluding ambulances and hearses)
0 – 1650
0,51
1651 – 2250
3,42
2251 – 3000
5,98
exceeding 3000
7,69
B
Motor vehicles classified under T.H. 8704 with two rows of seats, known as “double cabin”, with a maximum Gross Vehicle Weight not exceeding 3,5 tonnes. 0,26 per c.c.
C
Van type motor vehicles classified under T.H. 8704 with a Gross Vehicle Weight not exceeding 2032 kgrs and a net cargo area not exceeding 2 cubic meters.
0 – 1450
0,17
1451 – 1650
0,43
1651 – 2050
1,28
2051 – 2250
1,28
2251 – 2650
1,28
exceeding 2650
1,71

An additional excise duty of 2 cent per cc of engine capacity is also imposed.

3.2. Differentiations because of the carbon dioxide

The excise duty for category A is differentiated as follows, according to the mass of carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) (combined cycle), as mentioned on a certification issued by the Registrar of Motor Vehicles for used vehicles:

A. For emissions up to 120 gr/km, a 30% reduction
B. For emissions exceeding 120 gr/km but not exceeding 165 gr/km, a 20% reduction
C. For emissions exceeding 165 gr/km but not exceeding 200 gr/km, a 10% reduction
D. For emissions exceeding 200 gr/km but not exceeding 250 gr/km, a 10% increase
E. For emissions exceeding 250 gr/km, a 20% increase

If the abovementioned certification is not produced, the carbon dioxide emissions are considered as exceeding 250 gr/km and the total excise duty payable is increased by 20%, as in case E above.

For the issue of the certification by the Road Transport Department, you may apply to any of the local offices of the Department at the following addresses:

  1. Nicosia Government Vehicles Inspection Centre, Nicosia-Limassol old road, tel. no. 22815700
  2. Limassol Government Vehicles Inspection Centre, Korivos Street, Kampos Polemidion, 3112, Limassol, tel. no. 25870443.
  3. Larnaca Government Vehicles Inspection Centre, 13, Acropolis Avenue, Aradippou Industrial Estate, 7101, Aradippou, tel. no. 24813197.
  4. Paphos Government Vehicles Inspection Centre, Mesogi Industrial Area, Paphos, tel. no. 26821345.

If you wish to get more information on this matter, you may send an e-mail to the following address: roadtransport@rtd.mcw.gov.cy

3.3. Differentiations of excise duty on used cars

Notwithstanding any other provisions of the customs or other legislation, used cars means those registered in any country.

For used cars the total excise duty payable is reduced in accordance with the reduction rates as fixed in a Notice issued by the Director of Customs. To determine the reduction rates, the Director takes into consideration objective criteria, such as the age of the car, the kilometers it has done, its general condition, its gear box, its make and type.

3.4. Examples how to calculate excise duty

The following examples will help you to understand better how excise duty on vehicles is calculated. In all examples it is assumed that the importer has proved the Community status of the vehicles.

Example 1
A used saloon vehicle is 9 months old at the time of its transfer to Cyprus from the United Kingdom on the 17 November 2006. The cubic capacity of its engine is 1789 cc and the carbon dioxide emissions are 180 gr/km.

The excise duty payable is calculated as follows:
Initial excise duty: 1789 Χ €3,42 = €6118

This amount is reduced:
by 10%, because of the carbon dioxide emissions: €6118 – 10% = €5506
by 18.50%, because of its age (9 months) and type (sedan) : €5506 – (18.50%) = €4487
Additional excise duty €0.02/c.c.: 1789 Χ €0.02 = €36
Total excise duty payable: €4487 + €36 = €4523

Example 2
A used cabrio car is 6 years, 7 months and 10 days old at the time of its transfer to Cyprus on 15 November 2006. Its engine cubic capacity is 2499 c.c. and the carbon dioxide emissions are 250 gr/km.

The payable excise duty is calculated as follows:
Initial excise duty: 2499 Χ €5,98 = €14944
This amount is increased by 10% because of its carbon dioxide emissions, i.e. €14944 + 10% (€1494) = €16438
The total of the initial excise duty and its increase is reduced by 62% because of its age (6 years, 7 months and 10 days) and type (cabrio), i.e. €16438 – 62% (€10192) = €6246
Additional excise duty 2499 c.c. Χ €0,02 = €50
Total excise duty payable: €6246 + €50 = €6296

If you have all the required particulars, you can calculate on your own the payable excise duties on the vehicle you are interested in. The Department of Customs and Excise has prepared a simple software for this purpose which you can use on your own.

4. Information

For more information, you may write to the following address:

 

      The Director,
      Department of Customs and Excise
      Corner M. Karaoli and Gr. Afxentiou, Nicosia

 

      The postal address is:
      Director of Customs,
      Customs Headquarters,
    1440, Nicosia.

Fax no 22302031

E-mail:headquarters@customs.mof.gov.cy

For oral inquiries you may call any of the following telephone numbers of the Valuation Section at Customs Headquarters: 22601748 or 22601753.

Vehicles from countries outside the European Union – On payment of duties and taxes

1. Procedure on arrival of the vehicle in the Republic

The following motor vehicles if imported from a third country either brand new or used, are subject to import duty, excise duty and VAT:

  • saloon type vehicles, such as sedan, cabrio, estate, hatchback, coupe, etc;
  • Jeep-type off-road vehicles (4Χ4);
  • vehicles with two rows of seats, known as double cabin cars (of Tariff Heading – TH 8704) with Gross Vehicle Weight not exceeding 3,5 tonnes;
  • vans (TH 8704) having a gross weight not exceeding 2032 kg and a net cargo space not exceeding 2 m3;
  • motorcycles (TH 8711) having an engine of a cubic capacity exceeding 600 cc.

If you are importing such a vehicle, you must pay the duties and taxes it is subject to, so that you may be allowed to take possession of it, unless you place it in a customs warehouse, you import it temporarily or re-export it.

2. Payment of duties and taxes

In order to pay the duties and taxes, you will have to complete an SAD form. If you cannot complete it on your own, you may employ the services of a customs clearing agent. In addition to the SAD you will have to produce to Customs the evidence required for the calculation of the vehicle’s customs value, i.e. the purchase price plus freight charges and insurance (if any) up to the port or airport of the Republic. For this purpose you are requested to produce the purchase invoice, bill of lading or airwaybill, or receipt for payment of the freight charges and insurance policy (if you have insured it). In addition you have to produce evidence of the vehicle’s engine capacity, if it is not shown on the invoice.

3. Calculation of import and excise duties and VAT

The import duty on goods imported from third countries is provided uniformly by TARIC, i.e. the electronic tariff of the European Union in all member states. You can access the TARIC at the following address: http://europa.eu.int/comm/taxation_customs/dds/el/tarhome.htm

3.1. Motor cycles

The rate of import duty on motor cycles is differentiated according to the engine’s capacity and ranges between 6% and 8%. To find out the exact rate of import duty on a motorcycle, you must log into the abovementioned address and enter the TH 8711.

The excise duty on motor cycles is:

  • for motor cycles of an engine capacity exceeding 600 but not exceeding 1000 c.c.: €1,71 per c.c.
  • for motor cycles of an engine capacity exceeding 1000 c.c.: €2,56 per c.c.

3.2. Other vehicles

For the vehicles shown in the table below, the import duty is differentiated according to the category, weight, engine capacity and ranges between 10% and 22%. To find out the exact rate of import duty on such a vehicle, you must log into the abovementioned address and enter the TH 8703 or 8704, as the case may be.

The excise duty is calculated on the basis of the vehicle’s engine capacity and this is differentiated according to:

  • the mass of carbon dioxide emissions (CO2 – combined cycle)∙
  • its age at the time of arrival and its type (sedan, cabrio, coupe, etc).

Using the table below and the differentiations which follow, you may calculate on your own the excise duty on any vehicle.

Vehicles categories
c.c.
per c.c.
A
Motor vehicles classified under T.H. 8703 21 – 8703 90 (excluding ambulances and hearses)
0 – 1650
0,51
1651 – 2250
3,42
2251 – 3000
5,98
exceeding 3000
7,69
B
Motor vehicles classified under T.H. 8704 with two rows of seats, known as “double cabin” with a maximum Gross Vehicle Weight not exceeding 3,5 tonnes
0,26
C
Van type motor vehicles classified under T.H. 8704 with a Gross Vehicle Weight not exceeding 2032 kgrs and a net cargo area not exceeding 2 cubic meters.
0 – 1450
0,17
1451 – 1650
0,43
1651 – 2050
1,28
2051 – 2250
1,28
2251 – 2650
1,28
exceeding 2650
1,71

An additional excise duty of 2 cent per cc of engine capacity is also imposed, irrespective of any differentiations in the amounts payable.

3.2.1. Differentiations because of the carbon dioxide

The excise duty for category A is differentiated as follows, according to the mass of carbon dioxide emissions (CO2 combined cycle), as mentioned on a certification issued by the Registrar of Motor Vehicles for used vehicles:

A. For emissions up to 120 gr/km, a 30% reduction

B. For emissions exceeding 120 gr/km but not exceeding 165 gr/km, a 20% reduction

C. For emissions exceeding 165 gr/km but not exceeding 200 gr/km, a 10% reduction

D. For emissions exceeding 200 gr/km but not exceeding 250 gr/km, a 10% increase

E. For emissions exceeding 250 gr/km, a 20% increase.

If the abovementioned certification is not produced, the carbon dioxide emissions are considered as exceeding 250 gr/km and the total excise duty payable is increased by 20%, as in case E above.

For the issue of the certification by the Road Transport Department, you may apply to any of the local offices of the Department at the following addresses:

  1. Nicosia Government Vehicles Inspection Centre, Nicosia-Limassol old road, tel. no. 22815700
  2. Limassol Government Vehicles Inspection Centre, Korivos Street, Kampos Polemidion, 3112, Limassol, tel. no. 25870443.
  3. Larnaca Government Vehicles Inspection Centre, 13, Acropolis Avenue, Aradippou Industrial Estate, 7101, Aradippou, tel. no. 24813197.
  4. Paphos Government Vehicles Inspection Centre, Mesogi Industrial Area, Paphos, tel. no. 26821345.

If you wish to get more information on this matter, you may send an e-mail to the following address: roadtransport@rtd.mcw.gov.cy

3.2.2. Differentiations according the vehicle’s age

Notwithstanding any other provisions of the customs or other legislation, used cars means those registered in any country.

The total excise duty payable on used cars is reduced in accordance with the reduction rates as fixed in a Notice issued by the Director of Customs. To determine the reduction rates, the Director takes into consideration objective criteria, such as the age of the car, the kilometers it has done, its general condition, its gear box, its make and type.

It is to be made clear that for the registration of vehicles of an age exceeding 5 years, the competent authority’s prior approval must be secured.

On payment of the duties and taxes, Customs will issue to you Form C.72A which you must produce to the Inland Transport Department with the other relevant documents for the inspection and registration of the vehicle.

3.3. VAT

In all the abovementioned cases you must pay VAT as well, which is calculated as follows: (purchase price + transportation costs + insurance + import duty + excise duty) X 15%.

4. Examples how to calculate duties and taxes

The following examples will help you to understand better how duties and taxes on vehicles are calculated.

Example 1

A used, sedan type, vehicle is 9 months old at the time of its transfer to Cyprus from Japan. Its engine capacity is 1789 cc and its carbon dioxide emissions are 180 gr/km. Its customs value is €10235. The duties and taxes payable are calculated as follows:
Import duty: €10235 Χ 10% = €1023
Excise duty: 1789 cc Χ €3,42 = €6118
This amount is reduced:
by 10%, because of the carbon dioxide emissions: €6118 X 10% = €612 and
by 18.50%, because of its age
i.e.: €6118 – (€612+ €1019) = €4487
Additional excise duty : 1789 Χ €0,02 = €36
VAT: (€10235 + €1023 + €4487 + €36) = €15781 Χ 15% = €2367
Total amount payable: €1023 + €4487 + €36 + €2367 = €7913

Example 2

A used cabrio car is 5 years old at the time of its importation to Cyprus from Singapore. Its engine capacity is 2499 c.c. and its carbon dioxide emissions are 307 gr/km. Its customs value is €8500. the duties and taxes payable are calculated as follows:
Import duty: €8500 Χ 10% = €850
Excise duty: 2499 c.c. Χ €5,98= €14944
The amount of excise duty is increased by 20% because of the carbon dioxide emissions: €14944 + €2989 = €17933
The amount of excise duty is reduced by 54% because of the age and type (cabrio): €17933 – €9684 = €8249
Additional excise duty: 2499 κυβ. εκ Χ €0,02 =€50
VAT: (€8500+ €850 + €8249 + €50)= €17649 Χ 15% = €2647
Total amount payable: €850 + €8249 + €50 + €2647 = €11796

If you have all the required particulars, you can calculate on your own the payable excise duties on the vehicle you are interested in. The Department of Customs and Excise has prepared a simple software for this purpose which you can use on your own. If you want to try it, click here. It is suggested that you download the software to your computer first and then try and calculate the excise duties. To download the software, open the File menue and select Save As… Click Save and open the software from your computer. Enter the particulars required by the software and you will have the payable amount of excise duty immediately.

5. Information

For more information, you may write to the following address:

The Director,
Department of Customs and Excise
Corner M. Karaoli and Gr. Afxentiou, Nicosia

The postal address is:
Director of Customs,
Customs Headquarters,
1440, Nicosia.

Fax no 22302031

E-mail: headquarters@customs.mof.gov.cy

For oral inquiries you may call any of the following telephone numbers of the Valuation Section at Customs Headquarters: 22601753 or 22601748.

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Warning: Since such regulations are subject to change without notice, Jim Autos Thailand, its sister companies or its parent company The Jim Group of Companies, cannot be held liable for any costs, damage, delays, or other detrimental events resulting from non-compliance

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