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How much should i expect to pay for tax, title, etc.

In the midst of my excitement I forgot to ask the dealer? I know it varies from state to state, but an estimate will do. I'm from NJ if any1 knows exactly thanks.

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You should be able to find how much title is tru NJDMV website.
the tax is whatever county your in and what its sales tax is usualy around 6 %
here is official info from DMV site:
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Cars, motorcycles, buses, vans, mopeds, trucks, trailers, and other commercial vehicles must be titled and registered at a MVC Agency before drivers can operate them on public roadways. Initial Titling
  1. Obtain the Manufacturer's Certificate of Origin, displaying the sales tax-satisfied stamp.
  2. Visit your local MVC Agency.
  3. Pay required fee*:
    • <LI type=disc>$20 (standard)
    • $40 for a financed vehicle with one lien
    • $60 for a financed vehicle with two liens
Sales Tax
    • <LI type=disc>When a vehicle is titled in New Jersey, a 6% sales tax must be paid. <LI type=disc>Applicants must complete a sales tax form.
    • Sales tax is computed on actual amount paid for the vehicle.


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You should be able to find how much title is tru NJDMV website.
the tax is whatever county your in and what its sales tax is usualy around 6 %
here is official info from DMV site:
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Cars, motorcycles, buses, vans, mopeds, trucks, trailers, and other commercial vehicles must be titled and registered at a MVC Agency before drivers can operate them on public roadways. Initial Titling
  1. Obtain the Manufacturer's Certificate of Origin, displaying the sales tax-satisfied stamp.
  2. Visit your local MVC Agency.
  3. Pay required fee*:
    • <LI type=disc>$20 (standard)
    • $40 for a financed vehicle with one lien
    • $60 for a financed vehicle with two liens
Sales Tax
    • <LI type=disc>When a vehicle is titled in New Jersey, a 6% sales tax must be paid. <LI type=disc>Applicants must complete a sales tax form.
    • Sales tax is computed on actual amount paid for the vehicle.
I don't know if I am reading the info right. In NJ is your tag $40 + the sales tax? I am in MS, and the tag was $984 + the sales tax. I forked over $2300.
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Oregon rocks. Title fee $55. Registration $108 for four years($27/year). Sales tax, what sales tax.

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You pay for tags on a 4 year basis? I wish... Here in Minnesota it starts out high then slides down to a minimum of $35 per year. I can expect to pay at least $300 a year for license renewal for the fisrt 3 years, then watch it slowly drop.
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You pay for tags on a 4 year basis? I wish... Here in Minnesota it starts out high then slides down to a minimum of $35 per year. I can expect to pay at least $300 a year for license renewal for the fisrt 3 years, then watch it slowly drop.
On a new car you have the option to buy 4 years up front. After that its two years at a time for $54. It's always $27 a year.

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I am a little off-topic here, but about how much are you guys' monthly notes? I am still saving for a an '05, which will probably be around Christmas! I can't afford anything that would cost me over $300 a month until I get some other bills paid..(ahem..credit cards!) I have about $8,000 saved right now. Ideally, i would like to put maybe about $15,000 down.
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I paid, or will be paying cash for mine, no notes, no payments, but I still have to pay Sales Tax, ours is about 7 %, and Title Fee's, I'm thinking around $300.00 . The only down side I can see paying cash for the 05 is that I have to come up with the Slaes tax out of pocket, and not have it written into the note.

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I am a little off-topic here, but about how much are you guys' monthly notes? I am still saving for a an '05, which will probably be around Christmas! I can't afford anything that would cost me over $300 a month until I get some other bills paid..(ahem..credit cards!) I have about $8,000 saved right now. Ideally, i would like to put maybe about $15,000 down.
Go to Ford Credits (or others for that matter) websites, they usually have a loan calculator where you can plug in your car price, interest, length of loan, and it spits out your payment. Capital One has one of the lowest new car rates, last time I checked about a month ago. You can also try eloan.com, there you can apply and get different offers.




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