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The 5 best company cars for 2021

The 5 best company cars for 2021

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The company car market is one which is constantly evolving. Time-honoured favourites remain, but as emissions regulations change and, as a result, tax ratings do too, the type of car which is best-recommended to business users alters as well. 

What is the best company car?

The company car market is one which is constantly evolving. Time-honoured favourites remain, but as emissions regulations change and, as a result, tax ratings do too, the type of car which is best-recommended to business users alters as well. 

Needless to say, there are a lot of choices out there. So we’ve picked out some of the key cars to look out for when it comes to business use. 

audi e-tron

Audi e-tron

Given that they qualify for zero company car tax, it’s little wonder why electric cars are starting to become such a hit with business drivers. The e-tron is one of the most recent EVs to hit the market and arguably one of the classiest. 

With a range of around 240 miles per charge it’s well-suited to longer journeys too, while a high-tech interior incorporates all of the bells and whistles you could possibly want. 

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kia e-niro

Kia e-Niro

That’s right, it’s another electric car. However, because of the current rules an EV makes a great deal of sense, and the e-Niro is one of the most sensible choices available on the market today. It’s packed with standard equipment and features a well-made and spacious cabin. 

It also offers a range of up to 282 miles, which exceeds those brought by far more expensive rivals. 


bmw 330e

BMW 330e

BMW’s 3 Series has been a sure-fire hit with business drivers for decades now, but the 330e plug-in hybrid aims to make the deal even sweeter thanks to impressively low emissions of just 32g/km, ensuring that it qualifies for a rate of 10 per cent. 

The best part of the BMW is that it’s great to drive with handling that’ll put a spark of excitement into the dreariest of commutes. 


toyota corolla sports

Toyota Corolla Sports Touring

Though Toyota’s Corolla might not have a reputation of being the most exciting of cars, its latest version does bring a lot of style to the table as well as an efficient powertrain that makes it well suited to company car buyers too. 

There’s the option of either hatchback or estate layouts, with the latter looking particularly good to our eyes. 


volvo xc60

Volvo XC60

To say that Volvo has been on a bit of a roll of late could be seen as an understatement. It now features a line-up of cars which are all well-styled and brilliantly finished inside, trading on the Scandinavian firm’s excellent attention to detail. 

It has also pushed hard for electrification, giving battery assistance to all of the cars in its range. The XC60 is definitely one of the most well-rounded and it’s good to drive, too. 


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