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Yes there is used vehicle sales tax and a table of values for all cars to avoid people declaring lowball price paid, tax runs 2-7%

 

Valor de Valor hasta cuota fija % a aplicar
0.01 61,500.00 - 2.00%
61,500.01 127,500.00 1,230.00 4.50%
127,500.01 174,800.00 4,200.00 6.90%
174.800.01 222,200.00 7,463.70 7.00%
222,200.01 En adelante 10,781.70 7.10%
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How &  where do you pay this tax on a used car? Is there a form to fill out? Would the new owners pay when they register the vehicle? Does this apply to two private parties. I 'm guessing that the new owners would want to put as a low a value as possible on the vehicle. Would someone contest a very low price? 

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43 minutes ago, cedros said:

How  where do you pay this tax on a used car? Is there a form to fill out? Would the new owners pay when they register the vehicle? Does this apply to two private parties. I 'm guessing that the new owners would want to put as a low a value as possible on the vehicle. Would someone contest a very low price? 

Intervals addressed the ow balling question. The transactions are carried out at the office where you obtain your yearly renewal sticker

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Intercasa gave the answer, along with the chart of the tax liability.

The transaction and payment is accomplished at the office of the Recaudadora; the taxing agency and vehicle registry, ie, the recording office. In Chapala, it is located at the east end of Degollado.  It is wise to go there with the seller and buyer both present to insure that all paperwork is presented, and that there are no outstanding liens or tickets, before turning over any cash.

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3 hours ago, RVGRINGO said:

Intercasa gave the answer, along with the chart of the tax liability.

The transaction and payment is accomplished at the office of the Recaudadora; the taxing agency and vehicle registry, ie, the recording office. In Chapala, it is located at the east end of Degollado.  It is wise to go there with the seller and buyer both present to insure that all paperwork is presented, and that there are no outstanding liens or tickets, before turning over any cash.

What if the seller is out of the country already?

 

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5 hours ago, michael2595 said:

What if the seller is out of the country already?

 

It probably would not be a problem. Only the buyer has to go to register the vehicle.

It isn't clear how the value of the vehicle is established for tax purposes.

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1 hour ago, cedros said:

It probably would not be a problem. Only the buyer has to go to register the vehicle.

It isn't clear how the value of the vehicle is established for tax purposes.

 

If I were the seller I would want to go to make sure the buyer actually completes the transaction...if not and he is in a accident the car is still in your name!!

I think Intercasa provided the formula..or not????

Yes there is used vehicle sales tax and a table of values for all cars to avoid people declaring lowball price paid, tax runs 2-7%

 

Valor de Valor hasta cuota fija % a aplicar
0.01 61,500.00 - 2.00%
61,500.01 127,500.00 1,230.00 4.50%
127,500.01 174,800.00 4,200.00 6.90%
174.800.01 222,200.00 7,463.70 7.00%
222,200.01 En adelante 10,781.70 7.10%
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1 hour ago, lakeside7 said:

 

If I were the seller I would want to go to make sure the buyer actually completes the transaction...if not and he is in a accident the car is still in your name!!

I think Intercasa provided the formula..or not????

Yes there is used vehicle sales tax and a table of values for all cars to avoid people declaring lowball price paid, tax runs 2-7%

 

Valor de Valor hasta cuota fija % a aplicar
0.01 61,500.00 - 2.00%
61,500.01 127,500.00 1,230.00 4.50%
127,500.01 174,800.00 4,200.00 6.90%
174.800.01 222,200.00 7,463.70 7.00%
222,200.01 En adelante 10,781.70 7.10%

Yes, there is a formula but I'm told it often isn't used. People go much lower with various excuses.

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10 hours ago, cedros said:

Yes, there is a formula but I'm told it often isn't used. People go much lower with various excuses.

Cedric you are chasing  your  tail....that is why the office is using a formula...I guess there are exceptions  , we are in Mexico where thi gs are an art and not a science 

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