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Geneva Motor Show 2013 preview

  • Parkers is covering the show live and in colour
  • Here are our top five cars that'll appeal to fleet drivers
  • All promise low CO2 and favourable P11d values

It's that time of year again - the Geneva Motor Show is upon us.

See our live coverage of this extremely important motor show by clicking here.

In this article we take you through the five we expect to be of most interest to company car drivers.

1. Vauxhall Cascada

What is it?

This attractive convertible will be available with a 2.0-litre diesel engine which promises reasonable company car tax thanks to low CO2 emissions.

To find out more about this car, click here.

2. Toyota Auris Touring Sports

What is it?

This version of the Auris is an estate, but it'll still be available with the HSD petrol/electric hybrid system for ultra-low monthly tax bills.

To find out more about this car, click here.

3. Peugeot 2008

What is it?

Carbon dioxide emissions of just 99g/km make this little crossover from Peugeot very appealing the fleet drivers. It's based on the 208, which should give you an idea of its size.

To find out more about this car, click here.

4. Nissan Note

What is it?

Efficiency is the name of the game! The new Note will be built in the UK and should be of interest to fleet drivers thanks to the range of frugal engines.

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5. Mitsubishi Mirage

What is it?

The new Mirage is a 'global car', which means it'll be the same for all markets. It also means it'll be cheap, which means a low P11d value and hence low company car tax.

To find out more about this car, click here.