Re: 156 swap - what to go for ?
You'll still find that you have a tax liability, as said above.
The tax man allows just 40p per mile tax free (and even that's only for the first 10000 miles, after that, the tax free limit is just 25p per mile...).
After that, you have to pay tax on any extra.
They reckon that this figure covers the real cost of running a car, so any more is "benefit in kind" and taxable as income.
If you fill out a tax return, you're meant to declare it on that (section 1.32 if I recall...) - and if you don't fill out a tax return, you're running a risk of the tax man finding out and coming after you in future years, because you've not declaired your extra taxable income.....
And no I don't work for the Revenue, but I've run my own private car for company use for the last ten years instead of taking a company car.
2004 Silver Audi A3 2.0 TDi S-Line DSG (eBay!)
OEM Xenons (retro-fitted), PIAA silicone wipers, integrated Parrott CK3000 bluetooth phone kit, O2 XDA2 PDA/phone with TomTom wired GPS
Ex - 1999 156 1.8TS SP1 (1999-2003) + 2002 156 2.0JTS Turismo (2004-2006) (fell off Snake Pass backwards at 60mph...)