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Road Tax Mitsubishi

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Interested in buying a new Mitsubishi? Here's some useful next steps:

1. Visit the official Mitsubishi website
Click here to visit the official Mitsubishi website - this website will open in a new window so that you can return here once you've finished browsing the range.
2. Get a free valuation for your existing car.
DesperateSeller.co.uk offer a fantastic FREE valuation service on their website - click here and follow the 'Value Your Car' link at near the top of the page.
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3. Advertise your existing car.
With strong used car values currently, it makes total sense to sell your car privately to maximise the value that can go towards your new car purchase. Having no trade-in will also maximise your position when it comes to haggling on the price of your new car:

-   Advertise your car with Desperate Seller to millions of people - click here for more info.

Alternatively you can cash in your car by selling it directly to wewantanycar.com - each week they buy 1000s of cars quickly, safely and easily:

-   Get a free instant car valuation from wewantanycar.com - click here for more info.

4. Search for local Mitsubishi dealers.
5. Compare insurance quotes for your new car
With so many car insurance comparison websites out there, how do you know which one is the best to use? Well, if your car insurance is up for renewal in the next few weeks, then follow our 4-stage guide to using the comparison websites - this could be a very lucrative way to spend the next few minutes! Click here for our guide: Compare Car Insurance
Our search function top-right is powered by Google and optimised for the most relevant results - simply search for the make, model and town/area of your choice - for instance 'New Mitsubishi London' - and your local Mitsubishi dealerships will appear.

 

Model Description Car Type Fuel Tax Band Year 1 Annual
i Elec 49kw 65PS MiEV
City Car Electric A FREE FREE
Mirage 1.0i 70PS MIVEC 1 City Car Petrol FREE FREE
Mirage 1.0i 79PS MIVEC 2 City Car Petrol FREE FREE
Mirage 1.0i 79PS MIVEC 3 City Car Petrol FREE FREE
Colt 1.3 CZ2, Juro Cleartec  Supermini Petrol C FREE £30
Colt 1.1MPI CZ1 Supermini Petrol D FREE £110
ASX 1.6i 2, 3, 4 2WD Crossover Petrol E £130 £130
ASX 1.8 DiD 3, 4 4WD Crossover Diesel F £145 £145
ASX 1.8 DiD 3, 4 2WD Crossover Diesel £145 £145
Outlander 2.2 Di-D GX2, GX3, GX4 4x4 Diesel G £185 £185
Outlander 2.2 Di-D GX4 Leather 4x4 Diesel H £300 £210
Shogun 3.2 DI Equippe, Warrior 4x4 Diesel K £650 £295

Mitsubishi Road Tax Band

 

Here's a list of the current Mitsubishi new car range: cars with the lowest emissions and annual road tax prices are listed first. You can search for new and used Mitsubishi dealers using our search facility below which is powered by Google, for instance you might search for 'New Mitsubishi Colt London' (replace London with your local town/area!)

Alternatively click on the model description (in blue) in the list below for more information on that car. 'Year 1' is the first-year road tax rate when buying a brand new car; 'Annual' is the 2016 standard road tax price following the 2016 budget update. Older models may have different co2 emissions - read used car road tax for details.

If you drive a low emission car then you must check out Go Compare when your insurance is up for renewal. They feature all 3 insurers on their panel who offer green discounts/carbon offsetting: I Buy Eco, the Co-Operative and the Green Insurance Company. Get a free quote here: Go Compare

 

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