Whether you own a logistics company, delivery service or need to transport tools and equipment to your place of work, a company car can be the difference between a financially brilliant or sub-par year. When you think about how vital your company car is, and how many operations it performs to keep your business running smoothly, it’s important to choose a model that is reliable and robust.
But with so many cars on the market, it’s hard to differentiate between those that will stand the test of time and those that will only add more expense to your business costs. Luckily, all you have to do is read this list to get a better understanding of which cars can see your business thrive.
BMW 3 Series 330e
Although it’s on the pricier end of the scale, the BMW 3 series has shown that’s it’s a well-rounded company car that can take on pretty much any task. There’s no denying it looks great, but the 3 series also shows its business prowess with its boot size, battery life and engine power.
It’s also a joy to drive. Often, we think of company cars as old bangers that aren’t well-kept. With a BMW, you will position your company well as a leader in its industry and give off a great impression at the same time.
Sturdy, reliable and great value for money, the Vauxhall Corsa isn’t the flashiest of cars; but what it loses in aesthetics, it more than makes up for in practicality. Depending on your needs, you can choose between electric and petrol models and enjoy a robust engine that can tackle difficult terrain.
And whilst the old Corsa has a reputation for being a bit clumsy to drive, the new versions are slick and efficient, especially when paired with Vauxhall Corsa tyres that are built for just about everything.
Tesla Model 3
For the forward thinkers and businesses who want to cut down their carbon footprint, the Tesla Model 3 is perfect for those who want to position their business as sustainable and environmentally friendly.
It might not be as roomy as other company cars, but Tesla Model 3 makes up for its with its very low BiK rates, which essentially means that this model is eligible for low company tax rates for the foreseeable future. The battery is also a huge selling point as you can cover a hefty amount of distance before you have to think about charging up again.
Volvo XC40 T5 Recharge
If you can’t go fully electric, this hybrid SUV by Volvo is spacious, sturdy and boasts a big boot. This model is at the forefront of the electric revolution, offering drivers the chance to cover a fair few miles before the petrol kicks in.