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A guide to imporing cars from Japan
Intelligentsia
#321 Posted : Monday, September 24, 2018 10:58:59 AM
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otienosmall wrote:
Intelligentsia wrote:
so how does the new/ enhanced duty affect my importing a car - when is it effective



Please also note that there was some duty adjustment sometime around mid August, 2018. I ordered for a Honda fit hybrid beginning of August and confirmed duty with total clearance charges then coming to 320k or thereabout. When the car landed in Mombasa, I was shocked to be hit with a 410k charge. I quickly checked with dutycal and found that true to it duty had actually changed by close to 100k. I confirmed with my clearing agent who informed me that the CRSPs were adjusted upwards and backdated to 1st July. Didn’t have a choice but felt conned by my government! Kweli tulijipeleka kwa moto. I actually found it so stupid; one cannot even plan coz you are not even sure what cards the tax man is hiding under the table to squeeze you once you have sealed a deal


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ZZE123
#322 Posted : Tuesday, May 07, 2019 1:41:09 PM
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Can I import a 7 year old car after June 2019? I hear that the law on car Importation will change to a maximum of 5 year old cars effective June 2019?
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#323 Posted : Tuesday, May 07, 2019 6:38:13 PM
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ZZE123 wrote:
Can I import a 7 year old car after June 2019? I hear that the law on car Importation will change to a maximum of 5 year old cars effective June 2019?


Yes if it's below 1500cc but in like 2021, I hear there will be a new law to reduce the age from 5 to 3yrs importing cars above 1500cc.
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