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Maintenance contract offer from Volvo Trucks

Volvo FM truck

New limited-time offer on Gold and Blue maintenance contracts to help UK build back better

VOLVO Trucks are offering UK customers taking delivery of two of their most popular multi-wheelers the opportunity to add a maintenance contract for just £100 per month over either three or five years.

The limited-time offer, which is available on Volvo FM or FMX models in 8x2 or 8x4 configuration, when registered before 31 December 2020, allows customers to select between a top-tier Volvo Gold contract over 36 months or a Volvo Blue contract over 60 months.

A Volvo Gold contract includes a full repair and maintenance service plan, for maximum uptime, precise cost control and hassle-free ownership, whilst a Volvo Blue contract offers the reassurance of a preventative maintenance and service plan – with all work carried out within a Volvo Trucks main dealer, by manufacturer trained technicians using genuine Volvo parts.

The contracts are based upon 80,000km per annum, and for vehicles used predominantly on flat and smooth road conditions in a mixed on/off construction application.

Announcing the offer, Hannah Burgess, commercial director at Volvo Trucks UK & Ireland, said: ‘Last week the Government committed to building back better, building back greener and building back faster, accelerating infrastructure investment across the UK.

‘Trucks like our multi-purpose FM and construction-focused FMX can play a key role, and in tough and challenging times we wanted to give customers at the sharp-end of the nation’s rebuilding efforts something extra for their business.’

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