Volvo has introduced the new Business Edition models to the S60, V60 and V70 line-ups with features targeted at business drivers.
The Business Edition models replaces the ES and ES Nav variants with better equipment and lower price tags, helping to reduce the Benefit-in-Kind tax liability. And come with integrated satellite navigation, high performance multimedia audio system featuring bluetooth telephone connectivity and rear park assist.
According to Volvo’s National Corporate Operations Manager Selwyn Cooper, "The business community is vitally important to us at Volvo, particularly as we have seen an increase of nearly a third (32 per cent) of business users funding a Volvo through our contract hire and leasing facilities in the first six months of this year. In order to better represent their needs, we are launching our new Business Editions in the S60, V60 and V70 line-up to make it easier for company car drivers to identify the right model for them. The Business Editions replace our ES and ES Nav versions but add more equipment for a lower price tag which will be even more appealing to motorists who are continually looking at ways to reduce costs without compromising luxury and comfort."
Available to order now the Volvo S60 Business Edition models start from £19,995 for the T3 version and from £21,195 for the comparative model in the V60 line-up; both representing a £3,000 reduction compared to the outgoing ES versions. The V70 D2 Powershift Business Edition starts from £24,995 on-the-road, representing a £2,925 reduction on the ES model.
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