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    Quote Originally Posted by Sulland View Post
    If I wanted to buy a new Maxi Rally tomorrow.
    How much would I have to pay?

    are there differences btw brands or aprox the same price?

    I don't know exact figures, but I'd say that a brand new car would cost around 170-200k dollars, including base car.

    I think prices are appropriately the same between brands. There are some small differences, for example, as Baratec uses in-house developed dampers while Tango (which runs Chevrolets) uses Reigers dampers.

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    That's not much less than R5 car which can be used in FIA events.
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    The problem is that in Argentina when you import a car you pay a huge amount of taxes (don't know exact numbers there, but in Brazil, for example, you end paying around 100% of the value of the car in taxes. So a 200k dollar car end up costing around 400k, excluindg shipping costs). So, in Argentina's case in which a Maxi Rally is almost 100% built there, it's not that close to a R5 car. A Maxi Rally car only has the gearbox, diffs and dampers (in some cases) imported. And it's easier to import those parts paying less tax than importing a full car.

    In Paraguay, for example, the taxes paid are a lot lower or non-existant in some cases. That's why there are a lot of S2000 and R5 cars over there.

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    Thank You for explanation.
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    THe Rally de Córdoba was held last weekend at Villa Carlos Paz and Mina Clavero.

    There were 20 Maxi Rally cars and 10 Maxi Junior cars.

    1. Federico Villagra/José Díaz (Ford Fiesta - MR) 1:13'20.8
    2. Marcos Ligato/Rubén García (Chevrolet Agile - MR) +3.8
    3. Alejandro Cancio/Santiago García (Chevrolet Agile - MR) +50.5
    4. Luciano Preto/Marcelo Der Ohannesian (Peugeot 208 - MR) +1'16.2
    5. Miguel Baldoni/Gustavo Franchello (Peugeot 208 - MR) +1'22.3
    6. David Nalbandian/Leonardo Suaya (Chevrolet Agile - MR) +2'33.9

    (Nalbandian was the 2002 Wimbledon finalist.)

    Next round is March 25-27 at Neuquén.
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    Cordoba Rally highlights:
    1st leg: https://youtu.be/K6Pt9gB9JyU
    2nd leg: https://youtu.be/dEqfuY76LJA
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    Surprising move from Argentina's Asn (ACA/CDA): R5’s will be elegible in local championship from 2020 (and allowed this year, without taking points).

    Source: http://www.revistascratch.com/intern...rgentino-50932
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