Cars: Kia, Hyundai, Nissan, Suzuki, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Mazda, Ford, Peugeot, Renault.
Imported vehicles with style, space, luxury and maximum comfort are the most important needs for people of Chile. Thousands of Japanese used cars and other vehicle are imported into Chile. Reliable and experienced exporters from Japan make it easy for the importers in Chile to import best used cars at very reasonable price.
Valparaiso: The ladyrinth of cobblestoned alleys that is, the Port of Valparaiso, is one of Chile's most important Ports and cultural centers.
Iquique: The Port of Iquique is one of only two Free Port of Chille.
Punta Arenas: Chile's 2nd free Port located in Punta Arenas
San Antonio: The Port of San Antonio is the largest in Chile & the 13th busiest in South America
Arica: The Port of Arica Lies on the Pacific coast of northem Chile
Chile applies the Harmonized Customs System. The customs duties are calculated Ad valorem on the CIF value. Since the 1st January of 2003, the general tariff rate has been 6% on most products, one of the lowest in Latin America. However, Chilean customs reserve the right to apply some minimum prices for the valuation of imports (it can be the case concerning certain farm products such as wheat, edible oils and sugar, for instance).
Chile signed a certain number of trade agreements, especially with Canada, Mexico and some of the members of the ALADI. Duties for most items between these countries are at 0 %. On the top of that, Chile is an associate member of Mercosur and is currently negotiating with Bolivia and the USA. Finally, Chile signed on November 18, 2002 a Free trade agreement with the European Union that ntered into force on an interim basis on 1 February 2003, leading to a reduction of customs duties.
For all additional information, you can contact the Chilean Customs Administration.