Am I paying too much road tax for my 2009 Ford Fiesta van?

I've had a Ford Fiesta base van (1.4-litre TDCi) since 2017, but my road tax seems quite hefty? I annually pay around £265 to £270. Am I paying too much?

Asked on 25 October 2021 by Gary

Answered by Dan Powell
The road tax classification will depend on the age of the van and the Euro emission rating of the engine.

If it's Euro5 it will be £140 a year. If it's Euro4 then you'll pay £170. The Euro rating should be listed on the V5C logbook.

For more information on van road tax, see: vans.honestjohn.co.uk/van-tax/van-and-pick-up-road.../
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