My Dealer is 20 km away from Berne (capital of Switzerland) away. To reach it from Strassbourg needs about 2 hours.
I think he's a good guy and got also some VIP (friends from Marchione) customers from Gstaad, which come to him. Seems to be a good sign.
Concerning that point it wouldn't be a problem.
The more important point is, in Switzerland we only have 8.00 % TAX. So to import to France you have to pay more (about 20 % right?).
You are right. Although I could probably like in Germany buy the car in CH without tax because of export and then pay the VAT in France, your net price would be higher than the net price in F or in D. Therefore it would not be a good deal. Sorry, would have loved to buy Swiss. Lived for 23 years at the Bodensee.
If I buy in D, I could buy without 19% VAT and would have to pay 19.6% VAT (or 20% if Hollande has raised it then) upon importing the car to F. In F, I would also have to pay the eco-malus, which could be up to Euro6k extra depending on the 2014' CO2 rate .
Then we have a service package for the first 10 years or 100'000 km (the first you get counts). To provit of that package, you should be able to come to a Dealer in Switzerland.
I don't know the exact prices in France and Germany but I think (remember we're not in the EU) it would be cheaper and easier for you to order it in Germany (when it doesn't work in France).
Looks like if would have to do that. Hate the paperwork though I will have to go through in F.
Actually the net price is a almost 55'000 EUR. But I get a special discout because I work as a insurance advisor and my company have an fleet-agreement with FIAT Suisse SA.
Great, will have to work something out with my French dealer.
Hope to help you with this information.
Thank you for your prompt and comprehensive response.