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         Certificate of Entitlement (COE) prices

Certificate of Entitlement -  Quota Premiums

     2001 - 2003

Period

Category A (1600cc & below)

Category B (1601 cc & above)

Open Category

January 2001

S$28,409

S$30,526

S$30,712

February 2001

S$27,885

S$15,001

S$23,200

March 2001

S$32,988

S$31,500

S$29,802

April 2001

S$35,468

S$34,930

S$33,880

May 2001

S$32,100

S$31,580

S$31,508

June 2001

S$101*your eyes aren't deceiving you. It's true

S$25,518

S$27, 048

July 2001

S$26,239

S$27,104

S$27,100

August 2001

S$28 990

S$27,444

S$27,500

September 2001

S$28,232

S$27,828

S$26,702

October 2001

S$28,962

S$28,888

S$29,110

November 2001

S$26,002

S$26,501

S$26,599

December 2001

S$28,497

S$31,289

S$31,721

January 2002

S$28,010

S$31,101

S$31,001

February 2002

S$30,003

S$30,660

S$30,688

March 2002

S$31,484

S$32,574

S$31,438

June 2002

S$33,009

S$33,001

S$34,397

June 2002 S$30,281 S$32,499 S$32,511
July 2002 S$31,407 S$31,583 S$32,356
July 2002 S$30,797 S$30,008 S$30,501
August 2002 S$30,289 S$31,889 S$31,899
August 2002 S$31,289 S$31,001 S$32,001
September 2002 S$30,501 S$31,617 S$31,493
September 2002 S$28,409 S$28,009 S$29,499
October 2002 S$31,334 S$31,795 S$30,989
October 2002 S$30,758 S$30,811 S$30,801
November 2002 S$29,113 S$27,667 S$27,999
November 2002 S$29,008 S$28,001 S$28,005
December 2002 S$28,501 S$27,289 S$28,487
December 2002 S$26,993 S$23,890 S$27,119
January 2003 S$28,489 S$29,099 S$29,001
January 2003 S$26,499 S$25,028 S$27,416
February 2003 S$31,003 S$33,657 S$33,901
February 2003 S$29,999 S$30,699 S$30,100
March 2003 S$28,308 S$27,999 S$27,000
March 2003 S$26,999 S$26,001 S$25,501
April 2003 S$27,497 S$26,601 S$27,501
April 2003 S$28,054 S$27,058 S$28,109
May 2003 S$29,299 S$28,589 S$29,538
May 2003 S$31,095 S$31,400 S$31,800
June 2003 S$31,799 S$31,501 S$32,597
June 2003 S$31,440 S$31,505 S$32,000

Motorcycle COEs

     COE Prices for 2000

     NEWS SNIPPETS

     2003

 

Almost 11,500 more certificates of entitlement (COEs) for car buyers will be available for the remaining six months of the quota year starting from April 2003. This is because 54,000 cars were scraped in the first eight months of 2003, surpassing the Land and Transport Authority's (LTA) forecast of 44,100 cars for 2003. (Straits Times 20 Sep 2003 6)

     2002

 

  Yesterday's bidding exercise for COEs closed with COEs for cars above 1,600cc costing S$31,795, up from S$28,009. Open category COEs now cost S$30,989, up from S$29,499. Those for commercial vehicles are S$17,581, up from S$16,409. COEs for cars 1,600cc and below cost S$31,334, up from S$28,409. (Straits Times 10 Oct 2002) (H2) 

  COE prices continued to fall with motorcycles hitting an eight-year low of S$57 when bids closed yesterday. Only small-car COEs bucked the trend - the price rose to S$31,407, a S$1,126 increase. The COE price for cars (more than 1,600 cc) was S$31,583, down by S$916. The open category price was S$32,356, down by S$155. (Straits Times 4 Jul 2002) (H4)

  COE prices for all vehicle categories fell on Wednesday. The biggest drop of S$2,000 was for cars above 1,600 cc. Their COE price is now S$38,001. The prices for other categories are: S$33,401 for cars 1.6 litre and below (down by S$1,599), S$38,399 for open category vehicles (down by S$1,602), S$283 for motorcycles (down by S$119) and S$24,002 for commercial vehicles (down by S$799). (Straits Times 24 May 2002) (H5)

  Car COE prices for April 2002 hit a high as quotas dropped. The new COE prices are: S$39,509 for big cars above 1,600cc, S$37,201 for small cars, S$41,001 for the open category, S$23,001 for commercial vehicles and S$540 for motor-cycles. (Straits Times 4 Apr 2002) (H2)

  From April 2002, all bidding for certificates of entitlement (COEs) will be done through the open bidding system, said the Land Transport Authority (LTA) yesterday. The number will be revealed in March. Bids can be made for three days during each twice-monthly tender, starting at 9am on the first and third Monday each month. Closing time is 4pm on the Wednesday and results will be available almost immediately. (Straits Times 29 Jan 2002) (1)

  From April 15, the 14-day grace period now given to motorists to renew their road tax and COE will be removed. Those who are late paying their road-tax renewal will be fined between S$10 and S$50 for the first month. For COEs, the late-payment fee is between S$50 and S$250. The new rules will apply to vehicle owners whose road tax or COE expires on or after April 15, said the Land Transport Authority (LTA). Last year, more than 280,000 vehicle owners renewed their road tax during the grace period. More than 1,550 motorists renewed their expired COEs within 14 days, in the first 11 months of last year. (Straits Times 24 Jan 2002) (3)

     2001

  The Land Transport Authority (LTA) says it will raise by 20 per cent the monthly quota for goods vehicles and buses (Category C) and vehicles in the open category (Category E).(Straits Times 24 Nov 2001)(H2)

  Singapore's first experience with open bidding for certificates of entitlement (COEs) closed yesterday. 3,294 bids were made for open-category COEs and the final price was S$28,471, which is not far from the last price of S$27,100 for an open-category COE two weeks ago, in the existing closed-bidding system. (Straits Times 21 Jun 2001)

  Day one of the first open bidding for car certificates of entitlement (COEs) only saw S$1 bids. There are 671 COEs available for bidding via the Internet and as at 11.30pm yesterday, there were 632 bids - all for a dollar. (Straits Times 19 Jun 2001)

  Open bidding for COEs start with Cat. E COEs on 18 Jun 2001

  Open bidding for certificates of entitlement (COEs), which give bidders access to the going price at any time, begins on 18 Jun 2001 at 9am. Bidders can track the price and outbid it any time they want before the three-day tender period ends on 20 Jun 2001. The result will be known at 6pm that day. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) unveiled the long-awaited system on 24 May 2001 after a delay of more than a year. (Straits Times 25 May 2001)