Free Fleet Service Plan For The All New Volvo C70

Volvo C70

The all new Volvo C70 coupe/convertible, due to arrive in showrooms from 18 March, will be available to fleet customers* with a free three year/60,000 mile service plan*.

Volvo first introduced the free service package to fleet customers for the new S40 saloon and V50 Sportswagon last year, and recently announced that it will be available for the flagship XC90, too.

The free service plan offers valuable and practical benefits to both larger fleets and small businesses as it is easy to manage, as the cars are automatically enrolled by Volvo. But, as John Wallace, Volvo Car UK’s leasing and rental manager explains, there are other important benefits:

“The Volvo service package ensures the cars have a full service history and are fully maintained to the highest standards by Volvo authorised technicians using genuine Volvo parts, which means fleet and leasing companies will enjoy healthier residual values. The service plan is also transferable to subsequent owners and mileage information is available to fleet managers so they can track the car through its operating period.”

The all new Volvo C70 features a unique three piece retractable hard top which converts it from a coupe to a convertible in 30 seconds, with space for four adults to sit in comfort. Its steel roof offers the benefit of greater safety and security compared to soft top rivals, so it should still be eligible for company car lists with ‘no convertible’ policies.

* (terms and conditions apply).


Published : 22/01/06 Author : Melanie Carter

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