Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has today officially launched its 2020 offers strategy. This strategy will see the brand deliver the best offers in the Irish market for customers looking to get a new ‘201’ Commercial Vehicle. The brand will offer 0% HP on specific models across the range along with an upgrade bonus of up to €4,000. On top of these market-leading offers the brand also has its own lease product where customers can pay a monthly lease with no deposit, starting from €248 per month.
On top of this, the brand is the only Irish manufacturer to offer a commercial PCP solution which will guarantee the residual value of a vehicle after 36 months of use. Service and maintenance are also available from €18.99 per month with the brand’s newly launched service plans. The brand enters 2020 with a target of further growth following a record year in 2019. The Caddy is Ireland best-selling Commercial Vehicle. Crafter and Amarok are the fastest-growing models within their segments in Ireland, and Transporter is set for growth again in 2020 with the launch of the new Transporter T6.1. This new Transporter is the brand’s icon developed and further improved.
Commenting on the brand’s plans for 2020, Alan Bateson, Managing Director at Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Ireland said, “2019 has been a record year for the brand in Ireland, and we are targeting to go even further in 2020. Our brand is renowned for offering the best commercial vehicle solutions and after-sales service to customers in Ireland. The new models, services and offers we have launched ensures we will continue this. We offer complete customer solutions through our exclusive retail network and trained brand managers to ensure we deliver and exceed our customer’s requirements every day. Simple ideas such as 24-to-48 hour test drives and the offer that we will come to the customer if they are too busy to come to us, are what is changing the way commercial customers are purchasing their vehicles in Ireland, and we are focused on continuously delivering what they want.”