Not sure Sealord if you know the cost of the import and you just want someone to do it or you are starting from scratch. This is from my "might come in useful some day file" IMPORTING and CHANGING A UK/Irish Reg car to Spain. I think it was kitty gal who posted it. Bee
Percentage tax Emission
0 % less than 120 grams of CO2 per kilometre
4.75% from 120 to 160 grams of CO2 per kilometre
9.75% from 160 to 200 grams of CO2 per kilometre
12% not rated for CO2 emissions 14.75 more than 200 grams of CO2 per kilometre
Each of the above tax rates is applied to the original price of the vehicle, with a reduction for each year of its age up to ten years, e.g. 20 per cent after the first year, 30 per cent after two years, 50 per cent after four years, and 80 per cent after ten years.
This is the sequence of how to do it:
2. Get a Cambio of Matriculation cert from the ITV station saying that vehicle is currently going through re registration process
Next: To Hacienda to get Import Tax bill and a Modelo 576
Next: Go and pay tax at bank
Next: Back to Hacienda with receipt to pay tax
Next: To my local Ayuntamiento to pay road tax
Next: Matriculation: Take Modelo 576 back to Tráfico and give Tráfico the following documents:
• Application form for Matriculation (http://www.dgt.es
• Identification - NIE / Passport
• Documentation of vehicle (Blue and pink sheet ITV card)
• Road Tax (proof of payment)
• Modelo 576 (registration tax
• Ficha Technica form issued by the ITV for vehicles purchased in the EU
• Original document of the vehicle V5
Give all papers to Tráfico and go back when told ( next day?) to pick up Permiso de Circulación from the same desk.
At same time, pick up new log book with new reg embossed
Next: Go and get new Number plates
Next: Send V5 back to Swansea to deregister it in UK and 'lose' UK number plates.
It was very straightforward. You do need some Spanish though- no one spoke to me in English at all. Mind you, I didn't ask them to!
I reckon I saved a fair few hundred Euros on the figures I was quoted for someone to do it for us.
The cost very much depends on the type of car you have. The SUMA varies dependent upon emissions. Also how long you have been here with the car.
What is missing from the list above, is what costs the most and can be the most frustrating.
I am referring to headlamps, of course. On a very few cars, the beam can just be properly adjusted to point to the right, but they are few and far between. On the vast majority of vehicles, at least something has to be changed, whether it's just a replacement of the glass lens or a complete headlamp unit. Sometimes you can buy them at a breakers yard, but that can be time consuming and fruitless, so most people opt for new lamps supplied and fitted by a dealer; and the costs vary hugely between different car manufacturers.
Also, do not forget that the rear fog light has to be on the left hand side of the car; a few UK vehicles had only a single fog lamp on the right rear for some reason.