Company Car Tax Calculation

Ford Focus Estate 1.0T EcoBoost Hybrid ST-Line X Edition 155PS

A company car driver can expect to pay vehicle benefit tax If the company pays for the use of fuel on private journeys, tax on fuel benefit will also be applied. Use our fuel benefit check tool to give you an indication of what this would look like.

Vehicle benefit tax

Tax year to 5th April2020/212021/222022/23
P11D value£27,770£27,770£27,770
Percentage charge27%28%29%
Benefit in kind£7,498£7,776£8,053
Tax payable at 20%£1,500£1,555£1,611
Tax payable at 40%£2,999£3,110£3,221

Fuel benefit tax

Tax year to 5th April2020/212021/22
P11D value£24,500£24,500
Percentage charge27%28%
Benefit in kind£6,615£6,860
Tax payable at 20%£1,323£1,372
Tax payable at 40%£2,646£2,744

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Additional tax arising from use of the vehicle (£)

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Assumptions used

Tax Components

On the road price including options£28,000
First-year VED£175
Manufacturers price date08-Jul-2020
Value for P11D excluding options£27,770
Taxable accessories£ 0
Non-taxable items £230
Capital contributions£ 0
Amount paid annually for private use of the car£ 0
Fuel type key letter A
Euro standard 6d
Electric battery range 0miles

The base data has been taken from the manufacturer and applied to the latest tax information. Errors or changes could arise. Send a Calculation Enquiry if there is something you don't understand or think might be incorrect. Please see the full Terms and Conditions.

Vehicle Details

CO2 emission 123 gpkm
Maximum CO2 123 gpkm
Green label
Corporation tax 6% WDA
Fuel typepetrol
NCAP safety rating
Number of seats5
Bodystyleestate
Transmissionmanual
Fuel consumption (mpg) mpg51.4 to 55.4
Number of doors5
Acceleration 0 to 629.2s
Maximum speed131.0mph
Insurance group19

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