Iveco launches sales campaign to clear 2017 stock

Could be a great time to buy an Iveco truck or van

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Iveco dealerships across the nation are going above and beyond to shift 2017 plated stock.

To make way for new vehicles, until the 30th of April or while stock lasts, Iveco is offering incentives for prospective buyers to get behind the wheel of 2017-plated stock.

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In particular, dealerships are looking to clear stocks of the Daily van and light truck, as well as the Eurocargo medium-duty truck, and, from the International Trucks brand, the ProStar range.

2017 plated Daily models will receive an additional two years’ extended warranty for a total of five years and 200,000 kilometres.

Iveco Eurocargos get an additional two years and 50,000 kilometres of extended warranty for total coverage of five years and 300,000 kilometres.

And buyers who purchase a 2017-plated ProStar will receive a five year / 1,200,000 kilometre extended engine warranty plus a $5,000 Iveco-branded Visa card.

Iveco’s marketing chief, Darren Swenson, says prospective buyers should make sure they don’t miss out.

“These are brand new vehicles with the same features and benefits as the newer 2018 stock, the only difference is that the compliance plate reads ‘2017’,”

“For most buyers this is not an issue, so they stand to enjoy some great benefits on their purchase.”

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