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Volvo launches Stay Home Store online sales platform

Volvo has launched a new online sales platform, allowing customers to buy or lease a brand new Volvo from their own home during the Coronavirus pandemic.

The Stay Home Store concept leverages Volvo’s existing online sales tool and provides customers and dealers with a new, transparent and easy-to-use platform to interact, without the need for human contact.

Customers can browse and choose from a series of pre-negotiated prices and lease rates on new Volvos. The Stay Home Store also offers buyers additional flexibility options such as no down payments or payment-free car loan periods.

“We want to give customers the option of finding a new Volvo that suits them, without having to wait for the current pandemic to be over,” said Lex Kerssemakers, global head of commercial qperations at Volvo. “Our online sales team has developed a great online tool - and because we understand that getting a car is a big commitment especially now, we offer our customers additional financing options.”

The launch of the Stay Home Store concept follows the introduction earlier this month of the Volvo Valet  pick-up and drop-off service in the United States, which enables owners to have their cars serviced without leaving their homes or offices.

The Volvo Stay Home Store concept will initially be available in the following countries: Germany, France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium and the United Kingdom

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