Cost of living in Switzerland: Jaguar Daimler Super V8
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This is the model that Jaguar makes best - a true sign of reliability and comfort. A "thoroughbred" engine developing 363 hp, a leather and walnut interior and the most modern safety features characterize this model that comes with a GPS navigation system.

The official price at the garage is 153,000 CHF. If you are not a Swiss resident, you do not have to pay the 7.5% VAT. A discount can often be negotiated if you pay in cash. We have obtained discounts for our clients of up to 7% off the base price.

The cost of yearly mandatory maintenance is approximately 1,000 CHF for a Jaguar.


For this model, you can negotiate your insurance premium according to the safety and security features fitted for your car (anti-theft device, garage with surveillance system, etc.) Here are the prices indicative of insurance premiums based on a 500-CHF deductible:

Type of insurance
Annual cost
Third-party liability
1,400 to 1,600 CHF
Restricted coverage
4,500 to 5,000 CHF
Fully comprehensive
7,500 to 8,000 CHF

We also suggest that you take out an insurance policy to cover your passengers in the case of an accident for approximately 120 CHF per year, as well free legal protection in the case of dispute for approximately 100 CHF per year.

Registering a vehicle
You will first have to pay the amount of 150 CHF to obtain your license plates. Then you will pay an annual cantonal tax calculated on a pro rata basis on your vehicle's engine capacity. For a Jaguar Daimler V8, this tax comes to 581 CHF.

Gas in Switzerland is less taxed than in neighboring Italy or France. Many people who live near the border of these countries come to Switzerland to fill their tanks. Gas prices follow fluctuations in crude oil prices, but generally remain in the 1.10 to 1.40 CHF/liter range.

The price of gas in Switzerland: 1998-2000 variations

There are no tolls in Switzerland, but each year you must purchase a 40-franc road tax disk (like a license tag), which authorizes you to drive on the highways.

In the downtown areas of major Swiss cities, there is generally a charge for parking (1.50 CHF/hour). An hour of underground parking in Geneva costs 2 CHF. But careful! Parking tickets can quickly put a hole in your pocketbook: a 40-franc fine for going over the time limit and a 120-franc fine for unauthorized parking!

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