By Robin Pomeroy BRUSSELS, Feb 27 (Reuters) - British motorists are paying up to 60 percent more for cars than their EU neighbours, a survey from the European Commission survey showed on Thursday, confirming it as the costliest EU country for car buyers. In the most extreme example in a survey of car prices in the 15 EU states, the Commission found a Fiat Seicento cost 59.5 percent more in Britain than in Spain, pre-tax. "It's always worthwhile to shop around between the different ...
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