KEYFLEET has just launched its own salary sacrifice scheme called SalEx.

The Blackburn-based leasing broker says it has piloted the scheme over the last few months, and following a successful trial period is now moving to full launch mode.

We are so excited about this new offering and believe we have created a market leading product. It includes not only the packaged ‘salsac’ solution but the additional features of individual driver consultations, fleet risk management, compliance management, insurance, EV charging and fleet administration.

Marc McLoughlin, managing director, KeyFleet

A recent report on the popularity of salary sacrifice cars revealed that high-end models were, generally, more popular under salary sacrifice schemes, the top five being: 

  • Audi Q4 e-tron
  • Tesla Model 3
  • Porsche Taycan
  • Kia e-Niro
  • Audi e-tron

Under the current benefit in kind taxation rules, zero emission cars are highly agreeable choices for staff on a salary sacrifice scheme who are not under a current company car scheme.

McLoughlin added that employers had a significant role to play in the electrification of the vehicle parc towards the 2030 ban on new car petrol and diesel sales. 

“And when you can reduce costs, improve employee satisfaction, increase recruitment and staff retention, improve CSR and reduce your carbon footprint, it makes absolute sense for a business to take the steps towards electric vehicle transition.”

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