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

A:

UK company car tax rules: 2021 - 2025

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

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced new company car tax rates, where company car tax rates published in 2019 will be adopted and frozen at 2022/23 levels for an additional two years.

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

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Cars registered from 6 April 2020:
       

CO2 (g/km)

Electric range (miles)

2021-22 (%)

2022-23 (%)

2023/24 (%) 2024/25 (%)
0 N/A 1 2 2 2
1-50 >130 1 2 2 2
1-50 70-129 4 5 5 5
1-50 40-69 7 8 8 8
1-50 30-39 11 12 12 12
1-50 <30 13 14 14 14
51-54   14 15 15 15
55-59   15 16 16 16
60-64   16 17 17 17
65-69   17 18 18 18
70-74   18 19 19 19
75-79   19 20 20 20
80-84   20 21 21 21
85-89   21 22 22 22
90-94   22 23 23 23
95-99   23 24 24 24
100-104   24 25 25 25
105-109   25 26 26 26
110-114   26 27 27 27
115-119   27 28 28 28
120-124   28 29 29 29
125-129   29 30 30 30
130-134   30 31 31 31
135-139   31 32 32 32
140-144   32 33 33 33
145-149   33 34 34 34
150-154   34 35 35 35
155-159   35 36 36 36
160-164   36 37 37 37
165-169   37 37 37 37
170+   37 37 37 37

 

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

> MORE: news and insight into benefit-in-kind

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