Peugeot 2008 SUV 1.2 PureTech 130 StopStart EU6 GT EAT - 2022MY

  • P11D3 £28,140
  • P11D of Options £0
  • CO2 Emissions1 135 g/km
  • MPG2 48.3 mpg
  • Power (PS) 131 ps
  • Insurance Group 19
  • 0-62 9.1 secs
  • Top Speed 122 mph

Monthly Car Tax Liability

  Monthly Car Tax Liability
Tax Year BIK % BIK Value 20% Tax Rate 40% Tax Rate 45% Tax Rate
2021/22 2021/22 31% 2021/22 £8,723 2021/22 £145 2021/22 £291 2021/22 £327
2022/23 2022/23 32% 2022/23 £9,005 2022/23 £150 2022/23 £300 2022/23 £338
2023/24 2023/24 32% 2023/24 £9,005 2023/24 £150 2023/24 £300 2023/24 £338
2024/25 2024/25 32% 2024/25 £9,0054 2024/25 £150 2024/25 £300 2024/25 £338

Monthly Car Tax Liability

Free Fuel Monthly Tax Liability

  Monthly Car Tax Liability Free Fuel Monthly Tax Liability
Tax Year 20% Tax Rate 40% Tax Rate 45% Tax Rate BIK Value 20% Tax Rate 40% Tax Rate 45% Tax Rate
2021/22 2021/22 £145 2021/22 £291 2021/22 £327 2021/22 £7,626 2021/22 £127 2021/22 £254 2021/22 £286
2022/23 2022/23 £150 2022/23 £300 2022/23 £338 2022/23 £7,872 2022/23 £131 2022/23 £262 2022/23 £295
2023/24 2023/24 £150 2023/24 £300 2023/24 £338 2023/24 £7,872 2023/24 £131 2023/24 £262 2023/24 £295
2024/25 2024/25 £150 2024/25 £300 2024/25 £338 2024/25 £7,872 2024/25 £131 2024/25 £262 2024/25 £295
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Illustration based on your selected tax band of 0% with free fuel and 0 private miles per annum.

For the Peugeot 2008 SUV 1.2 PureTech 130 StopStart EU6 GT EAT, you would be £0 a month better off without free fuel based on your current mileage (assumes 48.3 mpg and a pump price of 135.2 pence per litre). To benefit from free fuel you need to drive at least 0 private miles in the current tax year.

For the Peugeot 2008 SUV 1.2 PureTech 130 StopStart EU6 GT EAT, you are £0 a month better off with free fuel based on your current mileage (assumes 48.3 mpg and a pump price of 135.2 pence per litre). If your private mileage falls below 0 miles in the current tax year you will be better off without free fuel.

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Capital contributions made by an employee towards the cost of the car and/or accessories reduce the price of the car for tax purposes up to a limit of £5,000.

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Payments made to the employer for the private use of a company car are deducted from the car benefit charge after taking into account periods of unavailability. To qualify as a deduction:

  • There must be a requirement in the tax year to make payments as a condition of the car being available for private use.
  • The payments must be specifically for that private use.
  • The payments must actually have been made.
  • Payments for supplies or services, such as petrol or insurance, do not count.

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For the 2021/22 tax year, the Government set figure for calculating the tax due on employer-provided free fuel for private use in a company car is £24,600. To calculate the tax, you need to know the Government set figure for fuel benefit tax, the car's combined fuel economy in mpg, BIK tax percentage, the price of fuel used and the driver's marginal tax rate.

Example: Peugeot 308 Hatch 5Dr 1.5 BlueHDi 130 StopStart EU6 Active Premium, 65.6 mpg, 28% BIK, 122 g/km CO2.

  • The 2021/22 Government scale charge is £24,600.
  • The 2021/22 tax percentage for this model is 28%.
  • £24,600 x 28% = £6,888 free fuel BIK value.
  • £6,888 equates to £2,755 annual tax liability for a 40% tax payer.
  • £2,755 will pay for 486 gallons of Diesel for a 40% tax payer (£2,755 divided by the price for a gallon of Diesel, £5.67 in April 2021).

Break even mileage is therefore 31,887 for a 40% tax payer (486 gallons x 65.6 mpg). For a 20% tax payer the break-even mileage is 15,943.

  • If the number of private miles you cover is less than the break-even mileage, consider paying for the fuel yourself as it will cost less than your tax liability.
  • If the number of private miles you cover is greater than the break-even mileage, you are better off paying the tax.

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