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Q:

What are the current benefit-in-kind (BIK) company car tax bands?

A:

UK company car tax rules: 2020 - 2025

The tables below shows future BIK tax bands (also known as company car tax) based on CO2 emissions of your vehicle. BIK (company car tax) bands have been set until 2023.

To check the zero-emission range for plug-in hybrids, click here.

Cars registered before 6 April 2020:




CO2 (g/km)

Electric range (miles)

2020-21 (%)

2021-22 (%)

2022-23 (%)

2023/24 (%)2024/25 (%)
0N/A01222
1-50>13022222
1-5070-12955555
1-5040-6988888
1-5030-391212121212
1-50<301414141414
51-54
1515151414
55-59
1616161616
60-64
1717171717
65-69
1818181818
70-74
1919191919
75-79
2020202020
80-84
2121212121
85-89
2222222222
90-94
2323232323
95-99
2424242424
100-104
2525252525
105-109
2626262626
110-114
2727272727
115-119
2828282828
120-124
2929292929
125-129
3030303030
130-134
3131313131
135-139
3232323232
140-144
3333333333
145-149
3434343434
150-154
3535353535
155-159
3636363636
160+
3737373737


* Add 4% for diesels up to a maximum of 37% (unless RDE2 compliant). Diesel plug-in hybrids are classed as alternative fuel vehicles, so the 4% diesel supplement does not apply to these vehicles irrespective of RDE2 compliance

Cars registered from 6 April 2020:




CO2 (g/km)

Electric range (miles)

2020-21 (%)

2021-22 (%)

2022-23 (%)

2023/24 (%)2024/25 (%)
0N/A01222
1-50>13001222
1-5070-12934555
1-5040-6967888
1-5030-391011121212
1-50<301213141414
51-54
1314151515
55-59
1415161616
60-64
1516171717
65-69
1617181818
70-74
1718191919
75-79
1819202020
80-84
1920212121
85-89
2021222222
90-94
2122232323
95-99
2223242424
100-104
2324252525
105-109
2425262626
110-114
2526272727
115-119
2627282727
120-124
2728292929
125-129
2829303030
130-134
2930313131
135-139
3031323232
140-144
3132333333
145-149
3233343434
150-154
3334353535
155-159
3435363636
160-164
3536373737
165-169
3637373737
170+
3737373737


* Add 4% for diesels up to a maximum of 37% (unless RDE2 compliant). Diesel plug-in hybrids are classed as alternative fuel vehicles, so the 4% diesel supplement does not apply to these vehicles irrespective of RDE2 compliance

> MORE: Government review of WLTP and vehicle taxes (July 2019)

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> MORE: Use our company car tax calculator