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    Quote Originally Posted by INter674 View Post
    Only if it's NOT a Toyota😃

    The businesses round here are using the tax break to purchase Rams or F trucks...not Toyotas...one owner said that the US offerings just have more features and usability that yotas can provide. Cept of course if you want to take them into the city😞
    We are in the city often,so they haven't been considered....,and a ute is not want we want.

    Real shame they didn't upgrade the D4,not interested in the D5.

    There are only two really in the race,one can be 'commercial' modded,with no LCT,so no doubt it will get the nod.

    Anyway see what happens.

    The Deefer will be gone shortly as well.

    The Series1 will still be around,as it has been since '56.
    paul

    D4 MY12 white,2.7(with a few more killer wasps) rear air,e diff,xenons,arb bar,7 seat ,18" bfg KO2

    Puma Defender 110 (son's)ARB
    bar,snorkle,rocksliders,rack,KM3's,BAS chip

    '56 S1,been in the family since...'56

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    Yeah the LCT is a crock that Howard introduced which should be abolished. Nothing to protect here now the local industry is gone.

    So...looks like you're going for a motor home or a truck??

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    Quote Originally Posted by INter674 View Post

    So...looks like you're going for a motor home or a truck??
    No, a wagon.

    In Qld works like this.Dont know about other states.That is until the ATO changes the rules......
    Buy vehicle,with no LCT paid.
    Pre rego GVM upgrade and rear row of seats removed,plated commercial vehicle.Seats no use to us anyway.
    Therefore 100% business write off ALL running costs,also no FBT.
    And also we qualify for 100% tax write off on purchase,if paid for and delivered before 31/12/20.
    So quite a lot of savings.
    GST also claimed on purchase,but has to be paid when vehicle is eventually sold,10% of the sale price.

    There are none available,due September,October with a small model upgrade,new model mid/late next year,but i will miss out on this if i wait for new model.
    paul

    D4 MY12 white,2.7(with a few more killer wasps) rear air,e diff,xenons,arb bar,7 seat ,18" bfg KO2

    Puma Defender 110 (son's)ARB
    bar,snorkle,rocksliders,rack,KM3's,BAS chip

    '56 S1,been in the family since...'56

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    ....i see..i think😉

    ...years ago the ATO tried to force my employer to remove back seats to avoid fringe benefits tax on emergency on-call cars.. we fought them and won...amazingly!

    ....hope the new car is a good one for you☺

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