Iveco has announced a 2017 plate sale on its Eurocargo and Daily ranges as well as the just introduced International ProStar models.
The ProStar has hardly had time to get rubber on road and already there is a plate clearance sale, indicating to us that perhaps stock ordering was slightly optimistic for the reborn brand and its single model. Inter sold 14 trucks in the final few months of 2017 following its reintroduction and already it has sold 10 Prostars in January this year.
The Daily and Eurocargo were both given updates in late 2017 however sales have been slow of late despite the fact that are both highly awarded models. To further sweeten the deal, IVECO is providing additional extended warranties on both these ranges.
Twenty-seventeen plated Daily models will receive an additional two years’ extended warranty for a total of five years and 200,000 kilometres, while Eurocargos get an additional two years and 50,000 kilometres of extended warranty for total coverage of five years and 300,000 kilometres.
Buyers looking for a deal on a heavy duty ProStar prime mover could be tempted by the current offer. Until April 30 2018 or while stock lasts, buyers purchaing a 2017-plated ProStar get a five year / 1,200,000 kilometre extended engine warranty plus a $5,000 IVECO-branded Visa card.
IVECO marketing manager, Darren Swenson, said that the plate deals provided prospective buyers with an even greater incentive to put a Daily, Eurocargo or ProStar to work.
“These are brand new vehicles with the same features and benefits as the newer 2018 stock, the only difference is that the compliance plate reads ‘2017’,” he said.
“For most buyers this is not an issue, so they stand to enjoy some great benefits on their purchase.”