|Company cars 2023-24|
|CO2 emissions||Electric Range (miles)||% of car’s list price taxed||CO2 emissions||Electric Range (miles)||% of car’s list price taxed|
|0||N/A||2||100 to 104||25|
|1 to 50||>130||2||105 to 109||26|
|1 to 50||70-129||5||110 to 114||27|
|1 to 50||40-69||8||115 to 119||28|
|1 to 50||30-39||12||120 to 124||29|
|1 to 50||<30||14||125 to 129||30|
|51 to 54||15||130 to 134||31|
|55 to 59||16||135 to 139||32|
|60 to 64||17||140 to 144||33|
|65 to 69||18||145 to 149||34|
|70 to 74||19||150 to 154||35|
|75 to 79||20||155 to 159||36|
|80 to 84||21||160 and above||37|
|85 to 89||22|
|90 to 94||23|
|95 to 99||24|
There is a diesel supplement of 4% (2022-23: 4%) for all for all diesel cars that are not certified to the Real Driving Emissions 2 (RDE2) standard. The diesel supplement is removed altogether for diesel cars which are certified to the RDE2 standard. The maximum rate including any diesel supplement remains at 37%.
Car fuel benefit
£27,800 × ‘appropriate percentage’ (percentage used to calculate the taxable benefit of the car for which the fuel is provided).
The charge is proportionately reduced if provision of private fuel ceases part way through the year. The fuel benefit is reduced to nil only if the employee pays for all private fuel.
|Van benefit per vehicle|
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