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Audi models unaffected by CO2 limit changes

Despite new rules reducing the upper CO2 limit for the most advantageous annual capital allowance to 130g/km, Audi has urged potential customers that many of its vehicles are unaffected.

The firm says that more than 150 Audi model variants undercut new, lower, CO2 emissions thresholds, ensuring that fleet operators won't end up being hit in the pocket by choosing Audi.

As well as basic models such as A1, A3 and A4 Saloons, the company's SE, Sport, S line and Black Edition specification permutations bring the number of cars that will be unaffected in Audi's range to the impressive 150 mark.

The firm claims: "With the recent allowance changes, and benefit-in-kind tax rate rises totalling six per cent planned over the next four years, these especially efficient Audi models [SE, Sport, S line and Black Editions] have never been in sharper focus."

The recent Budget announced that cars with emissions of up to 95g/km will qualify for a 100 per cent first-year capital allowance from April 1st.

This will reduce to 75g/km from a fortnight later.

 
 
 

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