Volvo Keeps On Handing Buyers €4,000

29 Jun 2017 | 09.29 am

Volvo Keeps On Handing Buyers €4,000

Contribution towards new S90 or V90

29 Jun 2017 | 09.29 am

Volvo is to continue giving buyers of its S90 and V90 cars a €4,000 helping hand to purchase a new 172-reg vehicle, and has announced some other incentives in its finance packages with Bank of Ireland.

The company said that 172 registration plate customers can avail of a €4,000 contribution towards their new S90 or V90 purchase and Personal Contract Plan (PCP) rate of 4.9%, making monthly repayments of €399.

New XC60 demo models have started to arrive, with the starting price for the D4 AWD automatic €53,950. It’s also is available in a D5 AWD automatic and T8 Twin Engine Hybrid, and all-wheel drive transmissions will follow in May 2018. The new XC60 (pictured) is available with an entry offer of €520 per month with 4.9% PCP.

Head of communications Patricia Greene said: “We are very excited by the arrival of the new Volvo XC60. Safety is at the heart of everything we do at Volvo Cars and the new XC60 is further proof of this. It is one of the safest cars ever made and is fully loaded with new technology.  It is also as stylish as it is safe and, with a compelling entry offer of only €520 per month PCP, we believe it will follow in the steps of its predecessor to become the most popular car in its segment.”

A PCP is a fixed rate, fixed term car funding arrangement with a guaranteed minimum future value underwritten for the car. This value is deferred to the end of the finance term, reducing monthly payments during the term of the finance arrangement. At the end of the term the customer can decide to pay off the balance or give the car back or enter into a new agreement with a new model.

At the end of the term, the customer can part exchange their Volvo for another brand new model or return it with no further payment due or pay balance  and keep the car. The Volvo V40 is available from €249 per month, the Volvo S90 from €399 or the Volvo S60 from €335 a month.

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