calculate BPM? Calculate the BPM additional tax for imported cars

BPM Calculator

The BPM calculator you can calculate how many BPM (and VAT) the purchase price of a car is taxed. Convenient to calculate how much you should pay BPM import a car from abroad. For this you need to go out of the Dutch gross purchase price, including any accessories of the relevant year.

The calculator calculates the BPM for both the admission year and for 2017. If you import a car you can use the BPM calculation that provides the best value.Here you see a automatic BPM calculation of AutoWeek. The calculation is one of the six allowable BPM calculation methods and may be a manual post-calculation yields a lower BPM on.

The calculation is based on the rules applicable from 1 January 2017. The No rights can be derived. Using the results at your own risk.

Determine BPM for cars

calculate BPM? Calculate the BPM additional tax for imported cars calculate BPM? Calculate the BPM additional tax for imported cars
calculate BPM? Calculate the BPM additional tax for imported carscalculate BPM? Calculate the BPM additional tax for imported carscalculate BPM? Calculate the BPM additional tax for imported cars
*Brand: Choose brandcalculate BPM? Calculate the BPM additional tax for imported cars
* Model Series:
* Model Variant:
*Performance:
Year: possibly choose. the year
calculate BPM? Calculate the BPM additional tax for imported cars OK
Calculating free BPM

"Create a new calculation
1st date toelating1 (DD-MM-YYYY)
date of declaration (DD-MM-YYYY)
price grossnet
fuel gasolinedieselLPGnatural gaselectricDPF
hybride2 NoYes
energielabel2 aBC or n.a.DEFG
CO2 uitstoot3 g / km

One day the car is put on badge2 discount expires on July 1, 20103 if not known: 360 g / km for petrol and LPG, 302 g / km for diesel and natural gas