BIK On Audi Q5 2.0 Black Edition HybridPetrol

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Hi Motor Forum members!,

Please help me work out the BIK for the following vehicle ;
Audi Q5 2.0 Black Edition Hybrid Petrol Plugin.

P11d value £51,515
Emissions 55 co2
Electric Vehicle range : 26.70

Petrol Hybrid
 
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From: https://www.nextgreencar.com/company-car-tax/calculator/

AUDI Q5 TFSI e Plug-in Petrol Hybrid - 1984cc (2 litre) 50 TFSI e quattro Black Edition 299PS S Tronic - Semi-automatic 7-speed
OTR: £51,585 Plug-in Petrol Hybrid SUV

P11D £51,515
CO2 (g/km)
55

Registration date/ standard Registered from 06 April 2020 - WLTP
Tax Year 2020/21

BIK rate
14%

BIK value £7,212
Tax 20%
£1,442

Tax 40%
£2,885

Tax 45%
£3,245

Tax Year 2021/22

BIK rate
15%

BIK value £7,727
Tax 20%
£1,545

Tax 40%
£3,091

Tax 45%
£3,477

Tax Year 2022/23

BIK rate
16%

BIK value £8,242
Tax 20%
£1,648

Tax 40%
£3,297

Tax 45%
£3,709

Total tax
2020-23

Tax 20% £4,635
Tax 40% £9,273
Tax 45% £10,431
 
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Hi Motor Forum members!,

Please help me work out the BIK for the following vehicle ;
Audi Q5 2.0 Black Edition Hybrid Petrol Plugin.

P11d value £51,515
Emissions 55 co2
Electric Vehicle range : 26.70

Petrol Hybrid
Is it out yet?
 
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From: https://www.nextgreencar.com/company-car-tax/calculator/

AUDI Q5 TFSI e Plug-in Petrol Hybrid - 1984cc (2 litre) 50 TFSI e quattro Black Edition 299PS S Tronic - Semi-automatic 7-speed
OTR: £51,585 Plug-in Petrol Hybrid SUV

P11D £51,515
CO2 (g/km)
55

Registration date/ standard Registered from 06 April 2020 - WLTP
Tax Year 2020/21

BIK rate
14%

BIK value £7,212
Tax 20%
£1,442

Tax 40%
£2,885

Tax 45%
£3,245

Tax Year 2021/22

BIK rate
15%

BIK value £7,727
Tax 20%
£1,545

Tax 40%
£3,091

Tax 45%
£3,477

Tax Year 2022/23

BIK rate
16%

BIK value £8,242
Tax 20%
£1,648

Tax 40%
£3,297

Tax 45%
£3,709

Total tax
2020-23

Tax 20% £4,635
Tax 40% £9,273
Tax 45% £10,431

So someone paying 40% tax will pay £2,885 per year? or £240 a month?
 
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Whats that BMW? how does it compare to the Audi

It's absolutely miles better, for a start it has a 3 litre petrol turbo in it not a 4 cylinder. It also has a much bigger electric range hence the significantly lower bik. It's also much nicer inside. It's just a better car, but it is larger.
 
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Raises some interesting points to consider does the X5.

Having recently got a 3 series touring, new additions to the family are causing us to re-consider. (hence recently asking about RAV4, Tiguan in other threads). BMW X5 has always been a bit on the expensive side.

We have a new "green car" scheme at work coming up, an option to follow instead of taking allowance. Have considered a Tesla, but discounted on grounds of not being big enough but the X5 45e would be plenty big enough and relatively cheap on tax. Total cost of lost allowance and tax, less saved insurance/servicing/tax cost also more attractive than first thought. This assumes it would fall into my "band" which I suspect it will not based on P11D value.
 
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It's absolutely miles better, for a start it has a 3 litre petrol turbo in it not a 4 cylinder. It also has a much bigger electric range hence the significantly lower bik. It's also much nicer inside. It's just a better car, but it is larger.
Totally agree, i would have gone that route a couple of months back if i had the option.... went 530D Touring though and no regrets :)
 
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