Top 10 salary sacrifice car choices


Tusker’s Top 10 salary sacrifice models ordered in the first quarter of 2015

 

Manufacturer

Model

1

Nissan

Juke

2

Audi

A3

3

Toyota

Aygo

4

Peugeot

208

5

Nissan

Qashqai

6

Renault

Captur

7

Audi

A1

8

Ford

Fiesta

9

Renault

Clio

10

Toyota

Yaris

Tusker’s Top 10 salary sacrifice manufacturers through orders made in the first quarter of 2015

 

Manufacturer

1

Nissan

2

Audi

3

Toyota

4

Peugeot

5

Citroen

6

Renault

7

Ford

8

Volkswagen

9

Mercedes-Benz

10

Kia

Tusker’s all time top 10 salary sacrifice models ordered since their scheme launched in 2008

 

Manufacturer

Model

1

Ford

Fiesta

2

Nissan

Juke

3

Peugeot

208

4

Citroen

DS3

5

Nissan

Qashqai

6

Audi

A3

7

Toyota

Aygo

8

Citroen

C1

9

Peugeot

107

10

SEAT

Ibiza

One of the most frequently asked questions by customers is ‘which current vehicles on the market are the most popular’? As a result Tusker has released figures highlighting the top salary sacrifice manufacturers and models ordered for the first quarter of 2015 and the Top 10 salary sacrifice cars ordered since Tusker’s salary sacrifice scheme launched in 2008.

The Nissan Juke, has been in second place since 2013 and overtaken the Ford Fiesta which slipped dramatically this year, from 1st in 2013 and 2014, to 9thplace. Both vehicles take the top two places for most popular since the launch of salary sacrifice in 2008.

In second place this year, the ever popular A3 has consistently moved up the table from 8th in 2013 and 6th in 2014. The brand new Toyota Aygo was only launched last year and has really proven popular amongst salary sacrifice drivers as is enters the table at number three.

Salary sacrifice is the fastest growing employee benefit in the UK. More and more employers are offering it as a very cost effective way to provide employees with a highly valued benefit encouraging staff engagement, motivation and retention.

The attractions for drivers are simple – worry-free motoring for a fixed monthly amount where the employee simply adds fuel. Employees can save an average of £900 a year on income tax and National Insurance, plus around £500 a year on fuel by choosing more efficient models. Employers can also save, approximately £300 net per employee per year due to the NI savings on the salary sacrificed.

Unsurprisingly, because employee savings are maximised by selecting the lowest CO2 emitting models, all of the top 10 models are particularly environmentally friendly.

Iain Carmichael, Chief Commercial Officer for Tusker, comments: “Four of the models in this list did not feature at all last year. This shows that customers are increasingly moving towards smaller, more fuel efficient models. Although they don’t yet feature in the top 10, electric vehicles are becoming more and more popular. At the moment, 2% of our vehicle orders are electric or hybrid vehicles. Over the next three years this is likely to increase to 8%.”

To find out more about Tuskers salary sacrifice scheme click here.

This article was supplied by Tusker.


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