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.
|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 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.