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So I gave the car the once over and couldn't see anything glaringly obvious, so I booked the car in for mot with a week to run on the current one, and left it with the garage at their mercy, bearing in mind its approaching 14 years old, and I have never moted this car before having only owned for 9 months and not spent a penny on it mechanically in this time . Popped around the testing station on the way home from work and it had passed straight through with no advisories. Now I am left thinking do I change it for a newer S-type and sell this while it has a full new mot? Or keep it another year and try again to sort the rattling heat shields out? 

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On Saturday, August 20, 2016 at 7:18 AM, Russ68 said:

My opinion Keith is better the devil you know, and your car looks good. Tax will be higher on newer ones as well I think 😉

Only on petrol models from 21st (I think) March 2006 onwards.

Better the devil you know but a car with a full mot is worth more that one with 6 mths.

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Not sure re the tax, my sister pays c£515 for her 2.7D Discovery, same engine as the S-Type and we only pay £235 for our older TD5 and £295 for our S-Type which is after 01 but before the new CO2 regs came in...

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On Wednesday, August 24, 2016 at 2:32 PM, Russ68 said:

My sisters Disco is newer still, and being that production of the S-Type finished in 2008, I guess all the later ones are within the £295 tax band?

No. My S would be in tax band M but because it was registered before 23st March 2006 it drops back into group K and costs £295.

See - https://www.gov.uk/vehicle-tax-rate-tables/rates-for-cars-registered-on-or-after-1-march-2001

Read the note below the table.

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