MVR duty calculator
You can use this calculator to estimate how much stamp duty you need to pay when you buy a vehicle.
Stamp duty is calculated on the dutiable value of the vehicle.
In the case of an "arm's length" transaction, the dutiable value is the sale price of the vehicle including accessories.
An arm's length transaction is a deal between a buyer and a seller that have no business connections such as a dealer and a member of the public.
If the buyer has negotiated a discount such as a trade or fleet discount or the vehicle is not subject to GST, the dutiable value is the negotiated price.
In any other case, the dutiable value is whichever is greater:
- the vehicle's market value including accessories at the date of the transaction
- the vehicle's market value including accessories at the date of transfer.
For more information read the following guides:
- Guide: stamp duty and motor vehicles
- Application and guide: exemption for stamp duty on a motor vehicle
How to use
To estimate how much stamp duty you need to pay follow these steps:
Step 1. Enter the dutiable value of the motor vehicle without using commas or full stops.
Step 2. Select calculate and the duty will be automatically calculated.
If you need to restart the calculator, select reset. To print the result, select print.
For further assistance, contact the Territory Revenue Office on 1300 305 353.
Last updated: 31 January 2020