Check out the latest 172 offers on new models from Volvo

The new Volvo XC60 - T6

The new Volvo XC60 - T6

Volvo Car Ireland says that it has competitive offers towards the purchase of a selected range of their new cars.

The manufacturer says that 172 registration plate customers can avail of Volvo’s €4,000 contribution towards their new S90 or V90 purchase and PCP finance at 4.9 per cent with a claimed monthly repayment of €399.

The S90 is the only car in its class with the semi-autonomous drive feature, called ’Pilot Assist’, as standard. The system gives gentle steering inputs to keep the car properly aligned within lane markings up to motorway speeds of around 130km/h.

Volvo says that their impressive XC90 comes from €650 per month, again with 4.9 per cent APR. With Pilot Assist and adaptive cruise control as standard, the car’s standard features also include ‘City Safety’, leather-faced upholstery, ‘Sensus’ navigation, 9” centre console touch screen, and 19” alloy wheels.

The new XC60 demos have started to arrive in dealerships nationwide. The starting price for the D4 AWD automatic is €53,950. It is also is available in a D5 AWD automatic and T8 Twin Engine Hybrid. FWD transmissions will follow in May, 2018. The new XC60 is available with an entry offer of €520 per month with 4.9 per cent PCP.

Patricia Greene, head of communications, said: “We are very excited by the arrival of the new Volvo XC60. Safety is at the heart of everything we do at Volvo Cars and the new XC60 is further proof of this. It is one of the safest cars ever made and is fully loaded with new technology. It is also as stylish as it is safe and with a compelling entry offer of only €520 per month PCP, we believe it will follow in the steps of its predecessor to become the most popular car in its segment.

The Volvo contribution and PCP offers are available at participating Volvo dealers and are applicable to retail sales only on new cars registered between July 1 and December 31, 2017.

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