Top 10 Best Hybrid Company Cars
Toyota RAV4 / Suzuki We’ve bundled this pair of plugins together because, well, they’re basically the same car. A big 18.1 kWh battery means 46 miles of EV running. CO2 emissions of 22g / km and a very attractive BiK rating of 7%. It’s not the most exciting to drive, but it’s precise, composed and, above all, very comfortable. It also goes well, dusting the dashboard from 0-62mph in just 6.0 seconds, so you can say ‘sayonara’ to the hot hatch brigade.
As for brass studs, the cheaper RAV4 Design gets the green light, with low-rate workers sacrificing just Â£ 584 in tax.
Toyota Corolla 2.0VVT-i icon: Once synonymous with car as a boring home appliance, the latest Corolla is actually a pretty fine thing. Beautiful and backed by the brand’s latest TNGA platform, it offers a smooth ride and handling balance that means you won’t actively avoid corners. There’s a hatchback (our preference) and a Touring Sports sedan and station wagon, and all are powered by the brand’s âauto-rechargeâ gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain, which works well once you’ve mastered the whims. of the CVT gearbox.
The 120bhp 1.8-liter is rated at 24%, making it the cheapest company car, although the 181bhp 2.0-liter in the well-equipped Icon specification is much more capable, only slightly less. efficient and attracts only a rate of 26%.