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Old 03-27-2005, 03:25 PM   #1
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I just received my vehicle excise tax bills and something dosen't seem right. Apparently, the valuation is a percentage of the new retail value of each vehicle. In the 5th and succeeding model years, the percentage is 10%. My 93 Bonneville is valued highest of the three at almost twice the value of my 2000 F150.

I'm trying to find the new retail NADA value for the following vehicles:

93 Bonneville SSEi
97 Grand AM
00 F150 super cab 4x4

This way I can determine if the Bonnie is valued too high or the truck too low.

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Everyone has access:

http://www.nada.com/
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I saw that but I'm looking for the retail price when new. All I get there is the used value.

This is how MA excise tax is derrived: http://www.sec.state.ma.us/cis/cisexc/excidx.htm. According to that site, all of my cars should be valued at 10% of their new retail value as they are all 5 years old or older. The valuation of the SSEi is $2950. Call me crazy, but I don't think this car was almost 30 large back in 93. My truck on the other hand is valued at $1900.

Does anyone have their original sticker? That would help too.
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I think you can find that at www.consumerreports.com
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