Volvo Car Ireland Introduces 0% Finance Offer

Volvo S60

Volvo S60

Volvo Car Ireland, has introduced a 0%* finance offer in conjunction with Bank of Ireland Finance on its S60 and V60 D2 SE versions and V40 ES and SE versions for a limited period while stocks last.

The Volvo S60 and V60 are available with the upgraded 1.6-litre diesel engine that meets the Euro 5 emission standard. This further-developed engine in combination with a six-speed manual gearbox and start/stop function or a six speed Powershift transmission has made it possible for Volvo’s engine experts to keep CO2 emissions down to 114 g/km in the S60 and 119 g/km in the V60.

Commenting on the initiative, Adrian Yeates, Managing director of Volvo car Ireland said: “Many potential customers are struggling to put finance in place with many banks reluctant to lend. Our customers can now avail of a competitive flexible finance with the support of Volvo car Ireland.”

Volvo Car Ireland is now offering a range of finance offers through Bank of Ireland Finance. Please log on or contact your local Volvo Dealer for more details.

 *Lending criteria and terms and conditions apply. Finance is provided by way of a hire purchase agreement. Example is based on a fixed rate APR of 0% which is inclusive of a once off purchase instalment of €10, which is included in the last Monthly Payment. To qualify for this Finance Offer; a minimum deposit of 20% of the Purchase Price applies and a maximum term of 61 months. Rate quoted is correct as at 25th June 2013 and is subject to change. This offer is available on all new Volvo S60 and V40 models registered from now until 30th June 2013. The credit provider is Bank of Ireland Finance which is a registered trading name of Bank of Ireland. **Purchase price, including leather upholstery.


Author: Geraldine Herbert

Contributing Editor and Motoring Columnist for the Sunday Independent and editor of wheelsforwomen. Geraldine is also a regular contributor to Good Housekeeping (UK) and to RTÉ Radio One, Newstalk, TodayFM and BBC Radio. You can follow Geraldine on Twitter at @GerHerbert1

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