You'll pay a lot more than the Recommended Retail Price to put your new car on the road.
New car almost certainly won’t be its Recommended Retail Price (RRP) – which is the price set by the car manufacturer (including options), plus VAT.
You’ll need to consider what’s known as the On-the-road (OTR) price. On top of the RRP, this also includes the delivery charge (which varies from manufacturer to manufacturer)
Plus the cost of half a tank of fuel, the car’s number plates, Road tax (which varies depending on the car’s CO2 emissions), and the First Registration Fee, which is set by the Government.