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# 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**

*Brand: | Choose brand | ||

* Model Series: | |||

* Model Variant: | |||

*Performance: | |||

Year: | possibly choose. the year | ||

OK |

**Calculating free BPM**

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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