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SHIPPING PRICES FOR MALAWI
|Vehicle Type||RO/RO Prices / Costs||Container prices / Costs||Time Spam|
|Saloon Vehicle e.g Toyota Auris||£1480||£3690 (20ft cont)||26 – 45 Days|
|4×4 Vehicle e.g. Dodge Nitro||£1480||£3690 (20ft cont)||26 – 45 Days|
|Vans e.g Ford transit||Enquire||£3690 (20ft cont)||26 – 45 Days|
|2 cars(saloon / 4×4)||Enquire||£6745 (40ft cont)||26 – 45 Days|
Calculation of duty on imported saloons and station wagons
Imported motor vehicles are classified into two broad categories for duty purposes. These are passenger and goods carrying vehicles. Passenger carrying vehicles are further sub divided into two categories: those that carry less than ten passengers such as saloons and station wagons and those that carry more than ten passengers like minibuses and buses.
When calculating Customs duty for saloons and station wagons, we look at the year of manufacture and the engine size to arrive at the current rates of duty applicable: the bigger the engine capacity and the older the vehicle, the higher the rates of excise duty. Below is a table that best illustrates the variation of duty rates according to age and engine capacity:
When calculating duty, we base the duty payable on the Customs Value of the imported vehicle. Customs Value = Cost (FOB) + Insurance + Freight value + Port charges. This cost is converted into Malawi Kwacha using the rate of exchange of the foreign currency in use at the time the declaration for payment of duty is being made. Assuming that the vehicle is a saloon of 1499cc (engine size) and is more than 8 years but less than 12 years old, duty will be calculated using the current applicable rates: import duty 25%, import excise 30% and import VAT 16.5%. Where Customs Value for duty purpose is, MK 2, 000, 000, duty will be calculated cumulatively as follows:
1. Import duty = 25/100 x 2, 000, 000 =K500, 000
2. Import excise =30/100 x 2, 000, 000 + 500, 000=K750, 000
3. Import VAT =16.5/100 x 2, 500, 000 + 750,000 = 536, 250
4. Total duty payable = K500, 000 + K750, 000 +K536, 250 =K1, 786, 250.
MRA further wishes to remind all motor vehicle importers that declaring a false year of make for a vehicle is an offence that attracts high penalties.
Why chose us Rintes UK?
Why buy vehicles in UK / England?
Is Duty, Tax (VAT) and Custom Charges in my country included in the price?
Duty, VAT and Custom Charges in your country is not included in the price. It must be paid by you or via an agent of your choice at the border of your country.
Can I make payment in Tanzania?
Not yet. You will be able to make payment in Tanzania very soon.
How to Buy and Make Payment?
You choose the vehicle, confirm with us, we send quote invoice, you transfer or pay us, we pay your customer. You can also pay directly to the seller, but we prefer to be in control of all transactions to make sure you are paying the right seller.
Payment can be via TT (Bank Transfer); Westernunion and paypal. Details to be provided when on process.
I would like to get advice how to choose vehicle in Tanzania. Do you have advisory services?
Not yest. Soon, you will get assisted at our local offices in Dar es Salaam, Arusha, Tunduma, Moshi and Zanzibar. We will have professional sales staffs. If you live in other regions, you can make inquiry by phone or email.
Is the price including Clearing & Delivery?
No. The price does not include clearance and delivery. Soon, RINTES will partner with local clearing agents in Dar es Salaam to help you save time and money by using our service without any worries.
Can I make installment payment?
No. At the moment, we do not accept installment payment.
How to know Tax, Duty and Other Expenses?
If you need to know total cost including duty and other expenses, please contact us, phone or at office. Consultation is FREE for RINTES’s vehicles.
Does CIF price include tax and duty?
No, duty and tax are not included in the price. You will need to pay duty through your clearing agent.
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