Care by Volvo Customers Can Now Swap Cars Every Four Months
- Volvo announces that customers can now opt out of care four months later instead of the first 12 months.
- Traffic jams are likely to increase, but Volvo says customers will only receive new vehicles at each exchange.
- Harry will be added to the previous owner’s inventory of a Volvo distributor.
For fans who get a new car every few months, the Volvo subscription service is made even more intriguing by Volvo’s hospitality. The carmaker now allows its subscribers to change vehicles every four months. So if you start with the XC40 and decide to go for an S60 sedan four months later, you can do it. Customers can cancel the service after four months.
The shortened schedule can attract customers in particular, and a sedan may be good, especially in the summer, but a more robust SUV is needed during the winter months. All four vehicles in service are wheeled.
Care by Volvo is a car manufacturer’s subscription service. The monthly rate includes vehicle, maintenance and insurance. Its initial launch was so popular that it overwhelmed the company and caused delays.
Even with a relatively quick exchange timeline, Volvo said Cars and drivers Volvo Customer Care says that a new vehicle is always acquired and added to the retailer’s previous owner’s inventory when the vehicles are diverted.
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