The first all-electric car on this list, the Soul EV is a great example of why it pays to go electric if you’re a commercial vehicle driver, with a monthly BIK figure that’s the equivalent of just a few takeaway coffees a week.
The Soul EV is also a great choice, with a long list of standard kits and an impressive electric range of up to 280 miles, according to official testing. It also offers strong performance, although some rivals are more practical.
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5. Audi Q4 etron
best model 40 Sports † Which car? rating 4/5 † Co2 emissions 0g/km † P11D price £46,010 † Monthly BIK tax rate 2022/23 @40% From £30.67
The Q4 e-tron does what Audi does better than almost anyone else: it’s comfortable to travel in and beautifully made.
It’s also well-priced, as long as you compare it to other premium-badged electric SUVs. If you’re not too picky about the decal on the nose, the Skoda Enyaq iV, which we’ll see more of later in this story, does the same job for less money.
We would choose the 40 Sport as it strikes the right balance between price, range and performance. If you drive one as a company car, it is a very tax-efficient choice.
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4. Volvo C40
best model 170kW Charging Plus † Which car? rating 4/5 † Co2 emissions 0g/km † P11D price £53,045 † Monthly BIK tax rate 2022/23 @40% From £35.33
The C40 is an electric coupé SUV, so it offers you a healthy dose of style and the environmental benefits of electric driving. It has a decent range of up to 269 miles between charges, and in Plus form comes with luxuries including a power tailgate, heat pump and heated front and rear seats.