The Care by Volvo subscription plan makes it easier for customers to get into a new vehicle without worrying about additional fees

Can't afford a car up front? Now you're in luck, because Volvo wants to enable their customers to pay for their vehicle in installments, with their new Care by Volvo program.

Customers entering a plan with Volvo simply have to pay a flat fee every month. In the contract, customers have the option to upgrade to a new plan following 12 months of service. Customers can also avoid the traditional payments that come with signing a lease, such as down payments, maintenance fees and insurance.

Volvo plans to release additional information about the subscription service in December during the Los Angeles Auto Show.

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Can't afford a car up front? Now you're in luck, because Volvo wants to enable their customers to pay for their vehicle in installments, with their new Care by Volvo program.

Customers entering a plan with Volvo simply have to pay a flat fee every month. In the contract, customers have the option to upgrade to a new plan following 12 months of service. Customers can also avoid the traditional payments that come with signing a lease, such as down payments, maintenance fees and insurance.