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Old 28-12-2012, 08:08   #1 (permalink)
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Looking to buy our first MH and in need of some help. We live in Spain and are thinking of importing a MH from France ( bigger choice and cheaper) . However I need to know the Co2 emissions before I can get a quote for the import tax. We have not yet decided on one particular make so I am trying to find out if a list exists somewhere showing Co2 levels for all types MH.
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Don't look under the motorhome brands but instead the base vehicle manufacturers as it will be them that provide the figures.
ie.. Fiat, Peugeot etc..

Here is the new euro5 2.3 Fiat...
http://www.fiatprofessional.co.uk/uk...es#pageBlock02
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hi and welcome to the site, the link below should help. Are you in Spain or Portugal you don't seem too sure, hee hee

http://www.practicalmotorhome.com/ad...ase-vehicles-0
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hi and welcome to the site, the link below should help. Are you in Spain or Portugal you don't seem too sure, hee hee

http://www.practicalmotorhome.com/ad...ase-vehicles-0
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