TCO Analysis

The tool that analyzes the actual costs of using a car

Using the concept of Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) it is possible for a potential customer to financially evaluate the purchase decision of a vehicle and to make a proper analysis of the impact of that investment option.


Gains and benefits:

  • Using the TCO concept underlying the operating lease, it is possible for a potential buyer to financially evaluate the purchase decision of a vehicle and to make a correct analysis of the impact of that investment option
  • Analysis of depreciation, maintenance and tires, fuel costs and Taxes

Available in:

  • File (Report)

What is the TCO ANALYSIS?

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“How much will it cost me to use this car for a certain time?” Is the key financial question regarding the decision to buy a vehicle, a question that FleetData seeks to respond with the TCO Analysis.

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Using the concept of Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) it is possible for a potential buyer to financially evaluate the purchase decision of a vehicle and to make a proper analysis of the impact of that investment option.

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Focusing on the costs that are the essential component of the use of a motor vehicle (the direct costs) – and within those that impact the most TCO (devaluation, maintenance, tires, fuel and taxes) we made a brief analysis to the vehicles of different segments in commercialization in the national market.


USED METHODOLOGY

Using the TCO concept underlying the operating lease, it is possible for a potential buyer to financially evaluate the purchase decision of a vehicle and to make a correct analysis of the impact of that investment option

Responding to the question of “how much will this vehicle cost me?

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DEPRECIATION:

Difference between the purchase price of the vehicle and the amount that can be obtained in your resale when you want to replace it

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MAINTENANCE AND TIRES:

Estimated maintenance costs with the use of the vehicle or those associated with scheduled maintenance by the brand, or those resulting from vehicle wear – in addition to tire replacement costs

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FUEL COSTS:

How much fuel will be used and what the cost of using it

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Taxes:

What is the cost of paying the tax

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FUEL TAX:

There are vehicles whose VAT on the fuel may be deductible in whole or in part

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VAT OF THE PURCHASE OR THE COSTS OF USE:

Assess the impact on the TCO for the vehicles in which the VAT of the purchase and / or the costs of use are deductible

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FISCAL SAVINGS WITH CIT:

What is the reduction achieved in the value of TCO, considering the reduction of the taxable income in CIT, for using cars at the company’s service

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AUTONOMOUS TAXATION:

The use of cars by companies is subject to autonomous variable taxation