Lexus CT 200h: Lowering the cost for company car drivers

Zero vehicle tax, London congestion charge exemption and servicing costs designed to be as low as possible. What more could you want from the new CT 200h? If you’re a company car driver, Benefit-in-Kind (BiK) tax is another important element of the total cost of ownership.

Thanks to it’s sub-100g/km CO2 emissions, the latest vehicle from Lexus offers unprecedented benefits for the premium hatchback sector. With BiK taxation of just 10%, company car costs are much lower than anything its rivals can offer.

After three years, a company car driver who takes to the wheel of a BMW 118d SE auto will pay over £3,300 more than they would with a CT 200h – working out to be an extra £92 every month.

Purchase date:
April 2011
Lexus CT 200h SE-I Audi A3 2.0 TDi SE (MT) Audi A3 2.0 TDi SE (A/T) BMW 118d SE (MT) BMW 118d SE (A/T)
BiK 2011/12 10% 13% 18% 13% 21%
BiK 2012/13 10% 17% 19% 17% 22%
BiK 2013/14 10% 18% 20% 18% 23%
BiK total (40%) £2,753 £3,990 £5,068 £4,161 £6,076
Variance vs CT 200h +£1,237 +£2,315 £1,408 +£3,323
Monthly variance vs CT 200h +£34 +£64 +£39 +£92

Please note: all prices correct at the time of publication and based on 17.5% VAT.

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