Car tax calculator

Car tax calculator 2015Use the car tax calculator below to find the car tax payable for a specific make or model in 2014/15 - your results will appear in the right-hand box.

Select the 'used' button if your car is not currently available to purchase as a new model.

All tax rates shown reflect changes announced in Budget 2014.

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car tax calculator

Use the drop-down menus shown to select the required make and model, fuel type, engine size and vehicle description.

When selected, the 'first year' (new cars) and 'standard' car tax rates for 2014/15 will be displayed in this box.

How car tax is calculated

For cars registered before 01 March 2001, car tax is charged according to engine size as measured in cubic centimeters or 'cc'. There is one rate for engines up to 1549cc and one for 1550cc and over.

For cars registered from 01 March 2001 to 23 March 2006 (inclusive), car tax rates are based on eleven car tax bands (A to K), each band being defined by a range of tailpipe CO2 emissions as measured on the official test.

For cars registered from 24 March 2006, car tax rates are based on thirteen car tax bands (A to M), each band being defined by a range of tailpipe CO2 emissions as measured on the official test.

See car tax bands 2014/15 section for details of the current rates or cars by tax band to find a list of vehicles available in each tax band.

Using the car tax calculator

The Next Green Car tax calculator enables you to identify the road tax payable for new and used vehicles in 2014/15. Firstly select whether you would like to search for a new or used car and then use the dropdowns to narrow your search by make, model, and fuel/ engine size before selecting the exact model. The results will show you the official tailpipe CO2 emissions, the car tax band and the first year and standard annual road tax payable for 2014/5...

Company car tax

If a vehicle is made available for private use by an employee, then the employee is liable to pay company car tax to reflect the'Benefit-in-Kind' (BIK) they have received. See our company car tax section for more information.

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