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What's included in the list price of a vehicle?

Cars with a list price over £40,000 pay higher VED, so what's included in the list price?

Asked on 13 March 2018 by Andrew Penny

Answered by Honest John
Everything apart from first year VED and first registration tax. So includes things on top of the 'list price' such as any factory fitted extras, delivery and dealer preparation, which the German manufacturers seem to add on top.
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