Company Cars That Cost Less Than £100 A Month
Company cars can be incredibly powerful employee benefits. Unfortunately, rising Benefit in Kind rates can render them more of a burden than advantage. But there are affordable options. Here are the best company cars for less than £100 a month…
Dacia Sandero 1.0 SCe Access – £27 Per Month
The Dacia Sandero has been on the receiving end of many jokes (especially on Top Gear). However, this didn’t stop James May writing a rather moving review of the Romanian vehicle. Whilst it doesn’t excel at anything, it does as much as it possibly can for its price-range; which, it turns out, is endearingly quite a bit. It’s petrol engine options yield some of the lowest BiK rates going. Company cars, after all, don’t need to turn heads.
Toyota Yaris 1.5i VVT-i Hybrid Active CVT – £48 Per Month
Fancy a supermini? The Toyota Yaris is a solid choice and an appropriate city car. Its emissions sit at 75g/km, which is pretty clean when all things are considered. Unfortunately, it’s not getting much love from the government. It’s monthly costs will rise steadily from £30 a month now to £50 a month in early 2020. That’s not the end of the world, but it does demonstrate how confusing BiK can be.
Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Plug-in Hybrid – £73 Per Month
Want a larger car on a budget? The Hyundai Ioniq may be ideal. A supermini, its known for coming with a healthy amount of standard kit and affordability. Due to the fact that it’s capable of zero emissions for 40 miles, it’ll reach low BiK rates from 2020. When all the figures are added up, you’ll still be paying just £73 a month.
BMW 330e Luxury – £98 Per Month
If you’re more of a run-of-the-mill motorist, the BMW 330e may be more up your street. You’ve got all the luxury, style and performance that you’d expect from a meatier ride. You can expect to pay £98 a month for it once emissions and tax are factored in; which is still a bargain as far as ‘luxury’ company cars go.
Mini Cooper Convertible – £98 Per Month
The Mini is an ideal city or town car. Its iconic looks meld wonderfully with its practicality and convenience. The convertible option comes with four seats and an open-topped option. It’s also delightfully easy to manoeuvre and will tuck away nicely in inner city car parks. Providing you opt for the basic specification, you can pay £98 a month for your own.
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