Five Car To Lease Before Road Tax Rises

This coming April, the government is overhauling the Vehicle Excise Duty tax (VED), the system used to tax cars. Dependent upon how much CO2, your car is emitting, you may pay little to no tax as a standard rate. However, after April 1st, owners of cars that produce CO2 emissions will have to pay u00a3140 road tax as a standard rate.

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Under the current system, the amount of road tax you pay for the first year your car is registered varies between u00a30 for cars that produce up to 100g/km and u00a31,120 for cars that produce over 255g/km. With the incoming system, the amount paid is going to be increased for first-year road tax registration. Cars that do not produce any emissions still do not pay road tax for any year that they taxed as standard. Owners of cars that produce 1-50g/km will pay u00a310 for the first-year and that increases up to u00a32000 for cars that produce over 255g/km.

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For cars that are worth more than u00a340,000, whether are electric or fuel-powered, there is an additional rate of tax equalling u00a3310. This additional rate is only paid for the five years following the first-year registration. If the car’s worth drops below u00a340,000 in those five years, then the additional rate of tax stops being payable.

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There are a variety of cheap lease cars available for you to consider that have zero road tax or the lowest rate to pay under the current system. We have five suggestions for you to consider getting before the road tax increase is introduced. You could find yourself saving a lot of money.

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Nissan Leaf u2013 0g/km

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Blue Nissan Leaf

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The Nissan Leaf is a full-electric car that produces zero emissions across all its models. When purchased brand new