Toyota to put a stop on expansion in India says tax regime is too complex

Toyota Kirloskar Motor’s Shekar Viswanathan said that organizations are thinking that its difficult to scale since the administration keeps charges on vehicles and motorbikes so high. He included that correctional assessments debilitate unfamiliar speculation, disintegrate automakers’ edges and make the expense of dispatching new items restrictive.

“On top of that [28%] there can be additional levies, ranging from 1% to as much as 22%, based on a car’s type, length or engine size. The tax on a four-meter long SUV with an engine capacity of more than 1500 cc works out to be as high as 50%. The additional levies are typically imposed on what are considered to be “luxury” goods.”

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