Skoda Octavia 1.6 TDI Elegance

£80.41 per month, BIK

If you’re a company car buyer with a need for space and the smallest possible tax burden, Skoda has the answer.

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Opt for a Skoda Octavia with the Czech manufacturer’s frugal but punchy 1.6-litre oil-burning powerplant, and CO2 emissions will be only 119g/km.

That means that it falls into the low 13 per cent tax band. A generously equipped Elegance model – including alloy wheels, air-conditioning and cruise control – costing £18,610 will take less than £81 per month out of the pay packet of higher rate payers. Not bad for a car that has a cavernous 580-litre carrying capacity and the promise of fuel-sipping economy of 62.8mpg on the combined cycle

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