What happens when you buy a Volvo SUV?
The company makes a few tweaks to make it more fuel efficient, but the one that has made the biggest difference is a new lease option.
With a $250,000 deal, you can lease the Volvo Xc40 for up to 20 years for $200 a month, or a similar deal for the Model X. In both cases, you’re paying $50 a month for fuel.
You’ll pay $10 for parking and a $1 for parking in the lot.
Volvo says you can get up to 40,000 miles on the vehicle.
That’s enough miles to buy a new vehicle with a $60,000 price tag.
So how do you get a Volvo lease?
There are two ways.
One is to use the lease option to buy an SUV for $1,400 or less.
This option was created in late 2013 to give low-income people access to more affordable vehicles.
Another is to sign up with a lease company that will lease your car at a discounted rate, as long as you’re an active member.
You can also choose to pay the lease for the duration of your lease.
Volvo is currently offering this option on the XC60 and XC90.
You need to be at least 60 and must have a driver’s license.
The lease company can also charge you a monthly fee, depending on your age.
Volvo’s leases start in 2019, and the company says you’ll get a full refund once you move on.
Volvo leases are on a year-to-year basis, so you can end the lease in 2019.
You must sign a one-year lease agreement.
You also have the option of getting a “recovery plan,” which allows you to use a credit card for up the remaining value of the lease, but that may not be worth it if you can’t use it.
Volvo has not released any numbers to support this idea.
If you’re interested in buying an XC or XC50, you’ll have to wait until 2019 for that option.