Jan 09, 2017 08:25 PM EST

Top 3 Best Company Cars For Small Businesses

Tesla Model S
The Tesla Model S has set a new record.
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Company cars offer a number of significant benefits to employees. Getting their very own company car can boost an employee's moral. On the part of owners, giving employees their company car ensure that employees can get to work on time.

If you are a business owner and you are thinking of offering cars to your employees as an added benefit, doing some deep research on the matter is a must. Of course, company cars will be an added expense, so you have to determine first if your business's balance sheet can withstand the additional outflow of cash.

Choosing the perfect company car for your business is not easy. You would want to save money while getting a car that looks good, feel good, has good fuel economy and will not hurt your company budget.

First on the list is Ford's Fiesta ST. With a 1.6 liter Ford EcoBoost engine, Ford Fiesta ST boasts a performance that can match any of its peers while still offering good fuel efficiency, a must-have feature for companies that are not looking forward to spending a lot of money on fuel. Ford Fiesta ST is known for being fun to drive. In addition, it does not look bad compared with other hatchbacks in the market.

If you are looking for a sleek style and you favor safety, you can opt for the 2017 Cruze Sedan from Chevrolet. Aside from fuel efficiency, Chevrolet claims that the hatchback features several advanced safety technologies that will help your employees prevent, protect and respond in case of an accident.

Tesla's Model S should be your option if being environment-friendly is one of your company's creeds. Model S has 315 miles of range that can go to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds. It does not hurt that the latest model has undergone some style uplift. Model S features an air-filtration system which reportedly is better than other air filters at removing pollution and allergens from the air.

Jobs & Hire previously reported that a network of flying cars is on Uber Technologies Inc.'s futuristic agenda.

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