Iveco starts 2019 with special deals on 2018 stock

Iveco looks to clear 2018 plated stock

Iveco stralis truck

Iveco has a big 2019 ahead, led by the new Aussie-built Iveco Stralis X-Way.

There’s also an all-new, Australian-built, Iveco ACCO in the pipeline too!

But to make way for the new stuff, Iveco dealerships need to clear out the stock they already have on hand.

To do that, as everyone knows, the best way is to offer some great deals.

Iveco has just let us know that they have great offers available on a wide range of trucks and vans until the end of April, or until stock runs out.

Prospective buyers of the award-winning Daily van and cab chassis will receive an additional 2 years / 80,000 kilometre extended warranty on their purchase.

That brings total coverage of 5 years / 200,000 km.

Plus Iveco will also provide 2 years of free scheduled servicing.

Those in the market for a heavy duty truck are also being looked after, with Iveco offering a bonus $3000 VISA debit card on all 2018-plated Stralis models.

And there’s a potentially very attractive financing offer available too.

Iveco’s in-house financier, CNH Industrial Capital, is providing ultra-competitive finance rates across all 2018-plated models.

Iveco Australia Marketing Manager, Darren Swenson, tells us there has never been a better time to add an Iveco to your fleet.

“These new but 2018-plate models have to be sold – these vehicles are still new and have the same features and benefits as the 2019 vehicles, but have an earlier date of manufacture.

“For many buyers, this is not a concern so they stand to reap some considerable benefits,”

“Previous plate campaigns have been extremely well received by the market, so I urge prospective buyers to visit their local IVECO Dealer for a test drive.”

See your local Iveco dealer for more details.

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