Truck maker Iveco is talking up the potential for companies to buy new capital equipment in the form of trucks and vans and to take advantage of the Federal Government’s instant asset write off even in these difficult virus affected times.
Iveco, which has been able to keep its Dandenong factory ticking over while both Australian truck making counterparts, Paccar and Volvo Group, have had to temporarily shut their plants, is keen to keep its sales ticking over and says with the instant asset write-off for capital equipment up to the value of $150,000*, there’s even more impetus for buyers to look at buying an Iveco.
As well as this Iveco says it is offering sharp pricing and extra value across selected Daily, Eurocargo and Australian-manufactured Stralis AD/AT models, until the end of June or while stocks last,
Iveco says that to keep Aussie tradies moving, the limited edition ‘Tradie-Made’ 45C17 light truck is now available with five-years’ free scheduled servicing and a five-year factory warranty, from $57,910 (excluding dealer delivery and on-road costs). As an added incentive Iveco is also offering, prospective buyers will also receive a bonus $500 Visa gift card**.
There is also good news for buyers wanting a Daily van or cab chassis with Iveco is offering other incentives including a free transmission upgrade to the Hi-Matic, 8-speed full automatic. Again, eligible buyers will also receive the bonus $500 Visa gift card and, if the purchase is financed through CNH Industrial Capital, the in-house financier owned by Iveco’s parent company CNH Industrial, buyers can make a deal without a deposit and no repayments for the first three months**.
Iveco also says that for customers looking for a medium duty truck, it is including a five year / 300,000km factory warranty on Eurocargo ML120 and ML160 models as well as a bonus $3000 Visa card**.
It’s a similar deal for Stralis AD/AT models, with a three year / 600,000 kilometre factory warranty on offer, as well as a bonus $5000 Visa card**.
IVECO Australia marketing manager, Damon Paull, 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 Australia moving,” Damon Paull 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 June, makes putting one of our vehicles to work an even more appealing proposition.”