Iveco stock must go!

In Iveco2 MinutesBy NZ Trucking magazineJune 5, 2020

Iveco is offering some fantastic deals at the moment, with warranty plus free scheduled service bonuses. Until the end of September or while stocks last, Iveco is offering sharp pricing and extra value across selected Daily, Eurocargo, Trakker and Australian-manufactured Stralis ATI/ASL models.

To keep New Zealand tradies moving, the limited edition ‘Tradie-Made‘ 50C17 light truck is now available with 2-years‘/80,000km free scheduled servicing and a 5-year factory warranty from $59,995 (includes on-road costs, excludes GST). 

Eligible buyers looking for a Daily van or cab chassis will receive the 5-year warranty plus 3-years‘ /120,000km free scheduled service. If the purchase is financed through UDC Finance, business applicants can make a deal with no deposit and there are no payments for the first three months.

For customers looking for a medium duty truck, Iveco is including a 5-year/300,000km factory warranty on Eurocargo E5 ML120, 140 and ML160 models.

Eligible Stralis ATI units will receive a 4-year/500,000km warranty (2-years‘/500,000km new vehicle/factory warranty plus 2-years‘ extended warranty). Eligible Stralis ASL units will receive 4-year/600,000km warranty (2-years‘/500,000km new vehicle/factory warranty plus 2-years‘/100,000km extended warranty).

To add to this, Iveco is also offering a 4-year/500,000km warranty on Trakker 6×4 units.

Iveco New Zealand dealer principal Jason Keddie said prospective owners were well placed to enjoy some fantastic benefits when they purchased selected Iveco models in the coming weeks.

“In light of recent events, we‘ve seen the importance of the road transport sector and the fantastic work the industry is doing to keep New Zealand moving,” Keddie said.

“Demand for commercial vehicles continues to be steady at this time, and we trust that the additional incentives that IVeco is offering until the end of September makes putting one of our vehicles to work an even more appealing proposition.”