Get our newsletter

The top 10 best company cars on sale

If you’re lucky enough to get a say in what company car you can drive, these are the 10 best options that deserve your spot in the company car park. All offer lots of space, effortless pace and luxurious touches, all with one eye on your fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

See carwow’s latest savings on our car deals page. Use our car chooser tool to narrow down your choices and head over to our PCP calculator to get an idea of how much your next car could cost per month.

Here are the 10 best company cars on sale:

1. Mercedes E350e

The Mercedes E350e has all the benefits of the regular E-Class including handsome, understated looks, great ride quality and a spacious, plush interior. The plug-in hybrid E350e is the most environmentally friendly version – its powerful electric motor and 2.0-litre petrol engine return a combined 134mpg, emit just 49g/km of CO2, yet still produce a plentiful 281hp giving it strong, relaxed performance.

See our Mercedes E-Class review and check out our Mercedes E-Class deals.

2. BMW 330e

The BMW 330e, like the E350e PHEV, also claims 134mpg from its plug-in hybrid powertrain. It uses a 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine and an electric motor, delivering 249hp, 44g/km of CO2 emissions and a 25-mile range on electric power only. It’s almost undistinguishable to the standard 3 Series models and it remains a fun car to drive with a solid interior and plenty of cabin space.

Check out our BMW 3 Series review and take a look at our BMW 3 Series deals.

3. Audi A3 Sportback e-tron

The Audi A3 Sportback e-tron is a great all-round eco-friendly package. It’s economical – the 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine and an electric motor produce a combined 201hp yet claim to return 176.6mpg with barely any CO2 emissions. It keeps all the natural benefits from the A3’s platform – great build and material quality, a composed driving experience and great refinement.

Have a browse of our Audi A3 e-tron review and see our Audi A3 e-tron deals.

4. Renault Zoe

The Renault Zoe is an electric car with cute looks, city-friendly dimensions and zero emissions. It’s easy to drive and the modern interior borrows elements from the Clio. It uses an 87hp electric motor giving it brisk acceleration and a range anywhere between 60 to 130 miles, depending on your chosen spec. It’s far cheaper than most electric cars, but monthly battery rental costs are a little steep.

Take a peek at our Renault Zoe review and check out our Renault Zoe deals.

5. BMW 225xe Active Tourer

The BMW 225xe Active Tourer is a small MPV with a petrol-electric powertrain that claims 141mpg and CO2 emissions of just 46g/km. Its four-wheel-drive layout and combined 221hp mean that, despite being a heavy car, it has loads of shove making motorway slip roads a pleasure. There’s plenty of room inside and the cabin has a solid, well-built feel and remains refined on the move.

See our BMW 2 Series Active Tourer review and take a look at our BMW 2 Series Active Tourer deals.

6. VW Passat GTE

The VW Passat GTE is a smart looking, easy-to-drive and practical plug-in hybrid – whether you opt for the saloon version or the roomier Passat GTE Estate. Its cabin has a well-built feel using high-quality materials throughout. Powered by a 1.4-litre petrol engine and electric motor, it claims a monstrous 166mpg and has a 30-mile range on electric power alone.

Have a browse of our VW Passat GTE review and see our VW Passat GTE deals.

7. Volvo V60 D5 Twin Engine

For something a little different, the Volvo V60 D5 Twin Engine is a great family car. It’s practical, comfortable and well-built while being exceptionally economical and powerful – it’ll cover 0-62mph in 6.7 seconds. The 2.4-litre diesel engine and electric motor together produce 231hp and it can be driven 31 miles on pure electric power and average 155mpg.

See our Volvo V60 review and check out our Volvo V60 deals.

8. Toyota Prius Plug-In

The Toyota Prius Plug-In adds even more electric capability to the standard non-plug-in Prius. The new car’s powertrain offers CO2 emissions of just 22g/km and claimed fuel consumption of 282mpg. It has an all-electric top speed of 83mph and range of more than 30 miles. Sharp edges and lines give the Prius an edgy look and there’s plenty of interior room and great refinement.

Take a look at our Toyota Prius Plug-In review and have a browse of our Toyota Prius Plug-In deals.

9. Hyundai Ioniq Electric

The Hyundai Ioniq Electric undercuts many of its fully electric rivals on price, offering up 118hp from its electric motor, a top speed of 103mph and an impressive range of 174 miles. It’s a spacious, roomy car and, like many electric models, benefits from the instant acceleration offered by the electric motor and the peace and quiet that comes with it.

Check out our Hyundai Ioniq Electric review and take a look at our Hyundai Ioniq Electric deals.

10. Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Hybrid technology is becoming increasingly common in SUVs and makes the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV incredibly economical for its size. It has loads of interior space and generous equipment levels – rear parking sensors, cruise control and Bluetooth connectivity all come as standard. Powered by a 2.0-litre petrol engine and twin-electric motors, it can cover 33 miles on electric power and average 166mpg.

See our Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV review and investigate our Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV deals.

Save money on your next car

See carwow’s latest savings on our car deals page. Use our car chooser tool to narrow down your choices and head over to our PCP calculator to get an idea of how much your next car could cost per month.

Mercedes E-Class

Executive saloon takes comfort to new heights
£36,070 - £62,055
Read review Compare offers

BMW 3 Series

A sporty saloon with economical engines
£27,800 - £45,975
Read review Compare offers

Audi A3 e-tron

Fast, cheap-to-run, practical hatchback
Read review Compare offers
comments powered by Disqus