Driver savings, fixed monthly payments and hassle-free motoring - paid for directly from your salary
Our award-winning scheme has delivered thousands of brand new electric and hybrid cars to UK drivers
Salary Sacrifice is one of the most cost‑effective ways of driving a brand‑new electric vehicle.
You simply pay a fixed monthly amount directly from your salary that covers almost all your motoring costs – with huge savings to be made over buying or leasing an EV.
Your salary sacrifice vehicle includes everything you need to get you on the road, with complete peace of mind:
Our orders go direct to the manufacturer and you get a new, fully-checked vehicle delivered to you.
When you take a salary sacrifice car with us, it’s fully insured and you can even choose to add another driver.
Your car will require servicing and maintenance throughout its life and when it does, there’s nothing to pay.
Whether it’s a worn out tyre or a cracked windscreen, you’re completely covered and won’t have to pay for replacements.
Of course we hope that it’s not needed but if the worst happens, our rescue and assist recovery are here 24/7.
Chose an electric vehicle? We can include the cost of a convenient home charger into your monthly payments.
There is no deposit to pay! Your first payment will not be taken until after your car has been delivered.
The amount saved is greater with an electric vehicle, and your salary tax band.
Your monthly payments are made directly from your gross salary, meaning you will save on income tax and national insurance contributions.
You will pay Benefit in Kind Tax (often called company car tax), but this is often much less than your Income Tax and National Insurance Contributions savings – especially on fully electric or some plug-in hybrid cars.
Thanks to Ogilvie’s buying power with manufacturers, we can get significant savings on the retail prices and pass these savings on to you. You can choose from hundreds of models and variants.
Depending on your salary level and commitments, company car drivers with an existing vehicle may be able to use the scheme to access a second car, for a partner or dependent.