Iveco kick-off Eurocargo test-drive bonus

$200 gift card bonus for Eurocargo test-drive

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Iveco has kicked-off a special offer for prospective medium-duty truck buyers.

For a limited time, a test-drive of any of the trucks in the Iveco Eurocargo range will get you a $200 Iveco VISA debit card.

We had a test-drive ourselves of this award-winning truck and came away very impressed (check out our Iveco Eurocargo Review).

The offer is valid across all 4×2 and 4×4 models in both Euro5 and Euro6 variants.

But you’d better be quick if you want to grab the gift card.

It only applies to the first 200 participants who register their details as per the terms and conditions of the offer (available here).

Iveco tell us they are strategically circulating information flyers throughout the transport industry.

To participate, the holder of the flyer should book their test drive via their local Iveco Dealer and bring the flyer with them at the time of the drive.

Each flyer has a unique code and at completion of the drive, the dealership will ask the driver to fill out a short questionnaire before registering their unique code.

“On paper the Eurocargo has all the features and benefits that make it a fantastic medium duty truck, but if there are any doubters, a stint behind the wheel of one will certainly demonstrate how good the Eurocargo range is on the road, in the real world.” – Iveco Australia Marketing Manager, Darren Swenson.

“This is a small incentive for prospective purchasers to take a closer look at the Eurocargo and see how much more refined, comfortable, safe and fuel efficient these models are compared to most others in the medium-duty market.”

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