Top 10: Best petrol cars for company car tax
Company car tax is calculated based on the car’s price when new – including any options – and a percentage rate derived from its CO2 emissions. Therefore cars with the least expensive purchase price along with fuel-efficient engines tend to offer the lowest company car tax liability.
Click through the gallery below to see the 10 best petrol cars for company car tax
Suzuki Celerio 1.0 Dualjet SZ3
CO2 emissions 84g/km
Benefit in kind tax band (2016/17) 16%
Annual BIK tax payable at 20%/40% £253/£506
Suzuki launched a more fuel-efficient Dualjet engine in Celerio range shortly after the model's introduction in 2015. Although it has a higher price, the reduction in CO2 means that your company car tax liability would be lower as a result - by the grand total of £1 a year compared with the standard engine.
Read the Suzuki Celerio review here
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