Volvo Financial Services Offers Finance Program to Help Customers – Vehicle Research


Volvo Financial Services (VFS) is offering customers in the U.S. an enhanced finance program should they wish to purchase or lease a model year 2020 or 2019 Volvo VNL, VNR, VNX, or VHD model during this time of uncertainty as a result of COVID-19. - Photo: Volvo

Volvo Financial Services (VFS) is offering customers in the U.S. an enhanced finance program should they wish to purchase or lease a model year 2020 or 2019 Volvo VNL, VNR, VNX, or VHD model during this time of uncertainty as a result of COVID-19.

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Volvo Financial Services (VFS) is offering customers in the U.S. an enhanced finance program on the purchase or lease of a model-year 2020 or 2019 Volvo VNL, VNR, VNX, or VHD model during this time of financial uncertainty as a result of COVID-19.

“We understand how important it is – especially during this unprecedented situation with the coronavirus – for trucking companies to maintain strong cash flow,” said Stephen Yonce, vice president of VFS. “To do our part, Volvo Financial Services continues to seek out ways to help our customers through these difficult times.”

The “Hammer Down 2.0” Program extends the first payment for 60 days for qualified buyers of Volvo VNL, VNR, and VNX models and for 90 days for qualified buyers of VHD models in dealer stock inventory.

In addition, the program offers low to no down payments for qualified applicants. For model-year 2019 trucks, customers can receive up to $5,000 payment credit on initial monthly installment or lease payments, and up to $3,000 payment credit on initial monthly installment or lease payments for model-year 2020 models.

Daycab models will also receive an engine plan and purchased Engine Aftertreatment (EATS) coverage for three years or 300,000 miles. VNL, VNR, and VNX sleeper models will receive an engine plan and purchased EATS coverage for four years or 500,000 miles.

“Trucking companies and professional drivers are more important than ever,” said Peter Voorhoeve, president of Volvo Trucks North America. “Volvo Trucks North America is committed to doing its part to alleviate some of the stress created by COVID-19, and we will continue to offer programs to help our customers and keep trucks and the economy moving.”

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