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These cars are up to 100,000 more expensive in the Netherlands than in Belgium

1. Toyota Land Cruiser 2.8 D-4D: 107 percent more expensive

In percentages, the Toyota Land Cruiser is the absolute winner. For the price of a Toyota Land Cruiser 2.0 D-4D you get two in Belgium. And then you have 7,675 euros left for a luxury suite in the most expensive hotel in Paris or London. In the Netherlands, the Land Cruiser costs 103,995 euros, in Belgium you are ready for 48,160 euros. The difference is more than 55,000 euros. The tax authorities would prefer that you all buy a Land Cruiser.

2. Land Rover Defender 90 P 300: 92 percent more expensive

How happy we were that the Land Rover Defender got a successful reincarnation in 2020. But how we choked on our own afternoon tea when we saw the prices. For a Land Rover Defender 90 P300 AWD (three-door) you have to pay us at least 106,372 euros. And in Belgium? 55,400 euros. The price difference between the Netherlands and Belgium is therefore 50,972 euros.

3. Ford Mustang V8: 85 percent more expensive

Cars like the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro were once conceived in the United States to allow young people to drive an exciting sports car for little money. Pony cars, they were called. There is still something left of that idea in Belgium: the price of a Ford Mustang V8 with 460 hp is 61,150 euros. And in the Netherlands? Tax authorities says no. Here you have to pay 113,615 euros. A difference of 52,465 euros. For that amount you can buy a Ford Mustang GT Convertible in Belgium …

4. Mercedes G 500: 70 percent more expensive

Come on, the bargain of the month is the 422 hp Mercedes G 500, the primal all-terrain vehicle of the Germans, not at our southern neighbors either. The price in Belgium is 122,331 euros. But in the Netherlands you still have to pay nearly 90,000 euros extra to be able to take one home: the G 500 costs 208,502 euros. That is EUR 86,171 more – the price of a C-Class Cabriolet 400 4Matic with 333 hp.

5. SsangYong Tivoli 1.5 T-GDI: 63 percent more expensive

SsangYong? Does that brand still exist? Yes, in Belgium you can drive for next to nothing in a Tivoli, a droll SUV. You only pay 16,490 euros for the SsangYong Tivoli with 163 hp petrol engine. And in the Netherlands? 27,000 euros. A difference of 10,510 euros. For a SsangYong!

6. Maserati Levante Trofeo: 62 percent (102,600 euros!) More expensive

The car with the largest absolute price difference between the Netherlands and Belgium is the Maserati Levante Trofeo. The difference is 102,600 euros! So more than a ton. In relative terms, the difference is ‘only’ 62 percent. If you want such a roaring Maserati SUV with a thick eight-cylinder, you have to pay 267,250 euros in the Netherlands. In Belgium you pay 164,650 euros.

Is there also good news for the Dutch? Anyway. The price of an electric car is usually almost the same in the Netherlands and Belgium.

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