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BeastX
post Apr 24 2008, 05:41 AM

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QUOTE(craxz @ Apr 23 2008, 01:58 PM)
Ooo.. Thanks... So if he bring in both, the other 1 will be taxed fully charged right? Sigh..
There is no escape from tax... One of the cars will not have the right to land/enter in Malaysia (stuck at the Port)..

AP... Approved Permit to import a car... not a free pass from tax..


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post Apr 26 2008, 01:24 PM

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Does anyone know the procedures for importing a MOTORCYCLE into Malaysia? hmm.gif
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post May 1 2008, 08:04 PM

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Wow this is great. I didnt know that. Are there any rules for modified cars that i need to know. I have an RX7 2000 series 8 that is heavily modified. Im a malaysian with ozzie PR. So can i bring back like a car, 1 for every member of my family?? They are super cheap here. The new GTR is being supported by nissan australia so they comming in at 70G for base model, I work for Just Jap. They import them and parts.. so i could sell them in malaysia rite and make a killing..
BeastX
post May 1 2008, 09:41 PM

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1AP (for 1 car) per person... once in a life time... unless the Mal. gov abolish the present rules.. There is no escape from tax (unless you can get, tax exemption for your return to Malaysia,such as high skilled professional)

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post May 8 2008, 06:08 PM

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QUOTE(BikerVoodoo @ Apr 26 2008, 01:24 PM)
Does anyone know the procedures for importing a MOTORCYCLE into Malaysia?  hmm.gif
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bikes r oso cheap outside Msia..esp those Yzf's , BeastX hv any info for this? hmm.gif
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post May 14 2008, 04:06 PM

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Update.. just got back from custom office... (1st page, first post info in way-way in need of update).

calculation as below
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Analysis...best periods/tax.... a day >21months and >60months. <2L engine..

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post May 16 2008, 02:49 PM

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I don't really understand how to calculate the tax for import.

For example,

If i buy a car at Australia for RM100,000 and i want to bring back to Malaysia after i stay there for 3 years and above.
How the tax counts? The car is 5.0L. hmm.gif
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post May 16 2008, 09:24 PM

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QUOTE(leeys90 @ May 16 2008, 02:49 PM)
I don't really understand how to calculate the tax for import.

For example,

If i buy a car at Australia for RM100,000 and i want to bring back to Malaysia after i stay there for 3 years and above.
How the tax counts? The car is 5.0L.  hmm.gif
According to the custom office

calculations
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post May 16 2008, 10:51 PM

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But it still worth right? I means how much actually cost in Malaysia if i can buy the car at Australia for RM100,000?
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post May 17 2008, 01:29 AM

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QUOTE(leeys90 @ May 16 2008, 10:51 PM)
But it still worth right? I means how much actually cost in Malaysia if i can buy the car at Australia for RM100,000?
Worth, if you are willing to part with another RM100,000 or so (pure tax) to the government... note that a >5 years old car receives 70% depreciation. If you have a buyer in Malaysia willing to part more money to buy a car off you you have to wait another 2 years after your return before you can transfer name (as the AP stipulates).

also you could look at it this way.. a brand new car (less than a year) would cost you about RM300,000 (value + tax), after 3 years, it will cost you about RM200,000 (value + tax).

You could appeal for more discounts from custom, my calculation is the maximum that they can charge you.
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post May 17 2008, 09:28 AM

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QUOTE
also you could look at it this way.. a brand new car (less than a year) would cost you about RM300,000 (value + tax), after 3 years, it will cost you about RM200,000 (value + tax).


That RM300,000 ( value + tax ) is the cost of buying car at Malaysia or overseas?
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post May 17 2008, 01:21 PM

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QUOTE(leeys90 @ May 17 2008, 09:28 AM)
That RM300,000 ( value + tax ) is the cost of buying car at Malaysia or overseas?
buying a brand new car(5L) overseas at RM100,000 for less than a year (but more than 9 months) will be taxed about RM200,000... so total.. would roughly be RM300,000
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QUOTE
buying a brand new car(5L) overseas at RM100,000 for less than a year (but more than 9 months) will be taxed about RM200,000... so total.. would roughly be RM300,000


The tax costs a bomb!! vmad.gif
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aya mustwell drive there better still rite !
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QUOTE(johnkor @ May 18 2008, 03:38 PM)
aya mustwell drive there better still rite !
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post May 22 2008, 10:23 PM

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hm.... interesting topic

say if I buy a 1 year old BMW 320i SE from UK, costing around GBP19k, what would the tax be in, say 5 years time to import it back? That would meant its a 6 years old car wouldn't it?
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post May 23 2008, 03:29 AM

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QUOTE(Glyyde @ May 22 2008, 10:23 PM)
hm.... interesting topic

say if I buy a 1 year old BMW 320i SE from UK, costing around GBP19k, what would the tax be in, say 5 years time to import it back? That would meant its a 6 years old car wouldn't it?
in the depreciation calculation of a car, over 60 months to 72 months, the car would have 70% depreciation.....so you'll need the car to be over 84 months for the next 10% depreciation... therefore a car over 60 months to less than 84 months (for a period of 2 years) should still be at 70% depreciation. It is best, therefore to get a car just exceeding 60 months old.
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nice info

great work... cheers

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Hrm..., I just had a thought...

What if I disassembled the entire car, and shipped the parts in one by one, and then reassemble in my garage?

A little troublesome..., but I noticed that NISMO and other aftermarket companies can sell parts for cheap. Maybe can?
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post Jun 14 2008, 12:52 PM

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under The Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme,

One of the fringe benefits from this programme is the option for successful applicants to either import one (1) used car that belongs to the applicant personally from his or her country of residence (subject to Approved Permit but exempted from payment of import duty, excise duty and sales tax if done within 6 months from MM2H pass endorsement date) OR to purchase one (1) locally made passenger car in Malaysia which is exempted from payment of excise duty and sales tax (within 1 year from MM2H pass endorsement).

http://www.mercedes-benz.com.my/content/ma...me.html#mainnav


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