Going for a song in Spain

PONIENTE BEACH: Well-kept promenades are one of Benidorm’s principal assets Photo credit: Benidorm town hall

SPAIN’S tax authority Hacienda hopes to make at least €133,900 by auctioning ministry cars.

Audis, Mercedes, Alfa Romeos,Volvos and Renaults are amongst 100 official vehicles due to be auctioned in May.

Most are saloons, but there are vans, a motor-scooter and three 22-seater Mercedes coaches.

The cars are mostly Alfa Romeo 166s between nine and 10 years old, each valued at €800.  Starting bids for 14 Renault Lagunas from 2002 are set at €800, and at €1,000 for 12 Volvo S40s from 2007.

There are eight Volvo S80s from 2002, expected to fetch at least €2,100 each.  Two Audi A8s from 2000 and 1998 have a €2,600 reserve price while four A6s should go for at least €2,000.

Four 2003 Lancia Phedra models are valued at €4,000 with opening bids for the 1993 and 1994 Mercedes coaches set at €2,000 and €3,000.

Three 211 CDI saloons from 2007 are valued at €3,500 and two Megane Classics from 1999 and 2000 should fetch €700.

Commercial vehicles include three 2006 and 2007 Peugeot Partners (opening bids of €900), plus a 2001 Renault Master (€2,000), and a 1996 Iveco 130E18 (€4,000).  A  Nissan Terrano II is priced at €3,300 and a 2007 Honda scooter at €800.

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