BMW Company car drivers

COMPANY CAR DRIVERS.
 

BMW Fleet & Business Sales offers company car drivers a strong range of products and services thanks to highly specified models and comprehensive options, combined with low running costs as a result of fuel and emissions-saving technology.

Car Tax Information.

Company Car Tax 2017/2018. Including details of the 2015 emissions-based reforms, vehicle excise duty and national insurance.

BIK Tax Bandings.


See the latest BIK tax banding table 2016 - 2020

Vehicle CO2 (g/km)  BIK % 2017/18  BIK % 2018/19  BIK % 2019/20 
0 9 (12) 13 (16) 16 (19)
1-15 9 (12) 13 (16) 16 (19)
51-75 13 (16) 16 (19) 19 (22)
76-94 17 (20) 19 (22) 22 (25)
95-99 18 (21) 20 (23) 23 (26)
100-104 19 (22) 21 (24) 24 (27)
105-109 20 (23) 22 (25) 25 (28)
110-114 21 (24) 23 (26) 26 (29)
115-119 22 (25) 24 (27) 27 (30)
120-124 23 (26) 25 (28) 28 (31)
125-129 24 (27) 26 (29) 29 (32)
130-134 25 (28) 27 (30) 30 (33)
135-139 26 (29) 28 (31) 31 (34)
140-144 27 (30) 29 (32) 32 (35)
145-149 28 (31) 30 (33) 33 (36)
150-154 29 (32) 31 (34) 34 (37)
155-159 30 (33) 32 (35) 35 (37)
160-164 31 (34) 33 (36) 36 (37)
165-169 32 (35) 34 (37) 37 (37)
170-174 33 (36) 35 (37) 37 (37)
175-179 34 (37) 36 (37) 37 (37)
180-184 35 (37) 37 (37) 37 (37)
185-189 36 (37) 37 (37) 37 (37)
190-194 37 (37) 37 (37) 37 (37)
195-199 37 (37) 37 (37) 37 (37)
200-204 37 (37) 37 (37) 37 (37)
205-209 37 (37) 37 (37) 37 (37)
210-214 37 (37) 37 (37) 37 (37)
215-219 37 (37) 37 (37) 37 (37)
220-224 37 (37) 37 (37) 37 (37)
225-229 37 (37) 37 (37) 37 (37)
230 or above 37 (37) 37 (37) 37 (37)

Figures showing in brackets apply to diesel models.

BMW 330e iPerformance Saloon

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Frequently Asked Questions.
 

If you wish to find out more about choosing your company car, this section will provide important information about sources and your contacts.

A graduated system of tax was introduced in April 2002 that bases company car tax rates on CO2 emissions. A vehicle's CO2 emission level determines the percentage of the vehicle’s P11D value that can be taxed. This means that vehicles with lower CO2 emissions will incur a lower tax liability.

CO2 emission levels are measured in terms of the weight of CO2 produced for every kilometre that the vehicle travels (g/km). A measurement is made for all new BMW models by BMW's own European Union Approved Test Centre.

All new vehicles registered after March 2001 will include their official CO2 rating on their registration document (V5).

For vehicles registered prior to this date please click on the question 'What if the vehicle was registered before March 2001' below.

The P11D value of a car will generally be the manufacturer's list price for the car (and any options fitted) including VAT, number plates and delivery charges, excluding any options which cost less than £100 and which were fitted after the car was first made available to you.

Each new model on sale in the UK from March 2001 is given an authoritative CO2 emission figure as part of the vehicle's 'Type Approval Test' which is carried out prior to first registration by the manufacturer. BMW's own European Union Approved Test Centre is responsible for doing this for all new BMWs.

This figure remains unaltered for the entire life of the vehicle and appears on its registration document (V5).

If the vehicle was first registered between 1st January 1998 and 28th February 2001, then an authoritative CO2 emission figure will not appear on its registration document (V5). However, cars of this age are included within this new legislation and therefore its emissions figure will still be relevant.
 
The Inland Revenue recommend the use of The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders' (SMMT) CO2 emissions enquiry service on the Internet in order to find the CO2 emission figure for cars in this category. Please note that the SMMT Website and its content is not in any way endorsed by BMW (UK). For more information please visit www.smmt.co.uk

If the vehicle was first registered before 1st January 1998 or is a one-off or privately imported model with no authoritative CO2 emission figure, then the percentage of its P11D value to be taxed will not be based on the car's CO2 emissions but its engine size instead.

Benefit in Kind (BIK) tax is predicated on the CO2 emissions of a vehicle. The BIK rate is multiplied by the P11D price of the car to derive the value of the annual taxable benefit. The rate of income tax paid by the driver is then applied to this amount to give the annual BIK charge.
 
Example: BIK tax liability in 2015/16
 
A BMW 116d EfficientDynamics Plus 5dr has a P11D price of £22,505 and CO2 emissions of 89g/km, putting it in the 16% BIK band in 2015/16. £22,505 x 16% gives a taxable value of £3,600, equating to yearly BIK tax of £720 (£60 a month) for a 20% tax payer, or £1,440 a year (£120 a month) for a 40% tax payer. 
 
Example figures correct as of June 2015.