Volvo Makes Adjustments to Subscription Plan After Dealer Complaints
Changes will be advantageous to Volvo dealers and Care by Volvo subscribers.
Two weeks after the California Department of Motor Vehicles agreed to investigate the Care by Volvo subscription, Volvo is making changes to the program. According to Automotive News, the changes include a shorter time for Volvo dealers to qualify to be a part of the program and to approve and get subscribers into cars. Dealers will be able to carry subscription-eligible vehicles on their lots and receive a commission on subscription sales just like they do on traditional vehicle sales and leases. Previously, customers had to order their cars.
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