Both the 120PS and 140PS versions of the 2.0 litre ecoFLEX engine in the hatchback deliver CO2 emissions of just 98g/km (attracting just 14% BiK1 taxation), with 76.3mpg Combined economy. This premium car - available in both hatchback and Sports Tourer body styles – has P11D values from £19,989 and tremendous levels of standard equipment:
Offering best-in-class CO2 emissions and mpg (98g/km and 76.3mpg), Insignia clearly beats the competition in terms of whole life costs and BiK. Business Car magazine even said “Insignia trounces rivals on costs and suitability for business users”
Now available with the all-new, ultra-smooth, 1.6CDTi ‘whispering diesel’ – the first all-aluminium diesel engine from Vauxhall. The 110PS version has emissions of just 97g/km for both hatchback and Sports Tourer versions (14% BiK1), returning up to 76.3mpg (Combined). P11Ds start at £16,585.
The strikingly-styled Astra is loaded with innovation, and with this new ecoFLEX engine delivers a significant boost in torque (320Nm v 250-270Nm – Golf/Focus respectively) for improved mid-range performance.
Want more? Then look at what the Tech Line GT has to offer. We took the highly-specced Astra hatchback Tech Line, added a full sports package inside and out and gave it a wide choice of engines including the latest 1.6CDTi ecoFLEX. The result is simply stunning – and affordable in both tax and P11D values, which start at a low £17,375.
Both Astra Tech Line and Astra Tech Line GT enjoy great equipment levels as standard:
Tech Line GT models additionally include:
As versatile and roomy as any hatchback, Mokka delivers the practicality of traditional fleet vehicles but with added style, whilst the Mokka Tech Line’s high level of standard equipment makes it a very viable proposition for any Company Car Driver. Perhaps more importantly Mokka is an astute financial choice too – which is more than capable of out-performing rival hatchback models and direct competitors such as the Nissan Juke and Qashqai on Whole Life Costs.
Despite the rugged looks and muscular stance, CO2 emissions start as low as 120g/km, with P11D values from £15,769.
Equipment levels are equally competitive:
Stylish and flexible, Zafira Tourer is hugely versatile, transforming in seconds from a seven-seat MPV to a two-seat load carrier – with many other options in-between. Choose the latest 136PS 1.6 litre turbo diesel from the large choice of engines, and enjoy class-leading levels of CO2 and fuel economy. It’s a lot of car – and comfort – for P11Ds that start at just £19,805, while BiK taxation can be as low as 16%1.
Tech Line models include the following standard equipment:
When it comes to comfort, convenience, quality and style, Meriva truly delivers – from the easy-access FlexDoors® through to the high driving position and flexible rear seating. Tech Line P11D values start at a very competitive £13,815. Equipment levels are equally impressive:
*No-cost option in lieu of heated front seats/steering wheel and parking sensors.
Information sources. All comparisons except Meriva: www.vauxhallfleet.co.uk/toolbox (February 2014). Meriva: KWIKcarcost February 2014. 1 = 2013-14 tax year. 2 = All Whole Life Cost savings quoted are based on driving 60,000 miles over 36 months, without free fuel for private use. 3 = Benefit-in-Kind savings are for tax years 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16, General Motors UK Limited does not offer tax advice and recommends that all Company Car Drivers consult their own accountant with regards to their particular tax position. Official EU-regulated test data are provided for comparison purposes and actual performance will depend on driving style, road conditions and other non-technical factors.
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