Car Benefits

Taxable amount is calculated on car's list price when new

CO2 Emissions g/km Petrol engine % Diesel engine %
50 or less 16 20
51 - 75 19 23
76 - 94 22 26
95 - 99 23 27
100 - 104 24 28
105 - 109 25 29
110 - 114 26 30
115 - 119 27 31
120- 124 28 32
125 - 129 29 33
130 - 134 30 34
135 - 139 31 35
140 - 144 32 36
145 - 149 33 37
150 - 154 34 37
155 - 159 35 37
160 - 165 36 37
165 or more 37 37
     
A 16% charge applies to cars incapable of producing CO2

Company Car Fuel Benefit   

This is charged unless the cost of all fuel for private use is borne by the employee        
The taxable benefit is calculated by applying the appropriate percentage as above       
to £24,100

Company Van Benefit   

Vans which emit CO2 when driven £3,430, vans which do not emit CO2 £2,058

with an addition of  £655 where fuel for private use is provided       

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