Tag Archives: COE

Category C vehicles fall to 50,000 mark
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 5

By COE.SGcharts Despite Cat A quota bump from 987 to 1,444 (a 46% increase), Cat A COE price actually inched up to $68K (from $67K). Number of bids for Cat A COE is 2,891, which is the highest since December 2008. The number Read More

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Yet another high record set for COE of motorcycles
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By COE.Sgcharts.com Certificate of Entitlement (COE) for Motorcycles has broken new record again in the COE bidding exercise yesterday at $6,801, breaking the previous record of $6,312 (1st Bidding Exercise of April 2015) by almost $500. Previous high was $5,800 from the bidding exercise Read More

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Price of motorcycle COE hits another new high
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By SGCharts.com The price of motorcycle COEs (Cat D) has hit yet another historical new high at $5,800! In the last COE open bidding in February, COE pricing for Cat D hit $5,504. In comparison, the average price of motorcycle COEs was just $1,757 in 2013, and $4,027 in 2014. Read More

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Historical new high for Cat D COE
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  By SGCharts.com The price of motorcycle COEs (Cat D) has hit a historical new high at $5,504! In comparison, the average price of motorcycle COEs was just $1,757 in 2013, and $4,027 in 2014. The price has tripled in over a year! The price jump is due Read More

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COE announcement for January 1st bidding exercise
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Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 10:49 pm By COE SG Charts The price of Cat C, Commercial vehicles COEs have risen by about three thousand dollars to $55,011, which stands at 73% of the COE price of Cat B luxury cars. The Read More

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Round-up of Certificate of Entitlement in 2014
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By COE SG charts Not all quotas went up, future bumper crop of COEs unlikely 2014 saw a rise in the annual quotas for the Certificate of Entitlement (COE) in the different categories of Cat A (mass-market cars), Cat B (luxury cars) and Cat C Read More

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COE: Yo-yo price effect observed for COE prices for CAT C vehicles.
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By COE SG Charts The Land Transport Authority (LTA) received 3,075 bids at the end of the November second open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) on 19 November 2014.  Of these, 1,973 were successful. COE for cars above 1,600 cc or 130 Read More

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COE prices: Gap between Cat B and Cat C vehicles further narrows
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By COE SG Charts In COE results on 5 November 2014, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) received 3,068 bids at the end of the November first open bidding exercise for Certificates of Entitlement (COEs).  Of these, 1,980 were successful. COE for Category A (cars Read More

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New Budget and Old COE Prices
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By Dr Yuen Chung Kwong The diagram above plots the average successful bid prices for Certificates of Entitlement for the most popular category of cars (i.e., under 1600cc in engine size), from the introduction of the COE system in early 1990 to January Read More

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Suffocating car prices with shorter loan period
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Last updated on December 30th, 2013 at 09:20 amBy Terry Xu Under the Budget 2013 measures announced on Monday, vehicle buyers will now have a maximum of five years instead of the original ten years to service their car loans. They would also Read More

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