The total price of the car.
COE quota premium paid for that round of bidding exercise.
OMV is assessed by the Singapore Customs, based on the price actually paid or payable for the goods when sold for export to the country of importation. This price includes purchase price, freight, insurance and all other charges incidental to the sale and delivery of the car to Singapore.
The Additional Registration Fee paid at the time of its registration. For OPC, this is further offset after COE.
This includes the Goods and Service Tax (GST), Excise Duty which is 20% of OMV and Registation Fee (RF) of SGD140.
The remaining price component of the car taking away the above charges or taxes.
The average annual depreciation of the car is calculated as follows: (Car Price with COE - Scrap value of car) / 10.
The total road tax to be paid annually.
The total sum of interest to be paid over the total loan period.
The monthly sum payable to financing company over 120 repayments.
Date: 22 Feb 2007
I never gave Mazdas much attention. The only brilliant Mazda that thoroughly shocked me this year was the 6 MPS 2.3 litre turbo. And so I thought, after driving that, everything else would look, feel and drive like crap. What a surprise then, with the Mazda 3 SP 2 litre. You WILL NOT believe how close this car comes to feeling, and being†like a continental vehicle.
Good driving feel, good build quality
Similar cars tried: Mazda 3 sedan, Honda Civic 2004 Vti, Toyota Altis
Duration of car driven: Test Drove Once Only
Good buy, for looks. I have read Jeremy Clarkson's condemning article about the mz3, but I would beg to differ on the suspension for a family sedan. It really feels comfortable, ...
Reviewed by akira