Buy a Volvo and Get a Free Trip To Sweden

Volvo has a program called Overseas Delivery, and although it’s been around for decades, it’s not widely publicized. Since 1954, Volvo has offered this program to U.S. customers, and there’s a good reason for that — Volvo delivers between 1,000 and 1,500 a year through this program. For starters, you get roundtrip airfare for two to Volvo’s factory location in Gothenburg, Sweden. Once you land in Sweden, you’ll be picked up at the airport and taken to your hotel, where you’ll enjoy two nights. On the first morning, you’ll be driven to Volvo’s Factory Delivery Center, where your experience will include a Swedish lunch, a tour of the factory, and a visit to the Volvo Museum. Then it’s time to see your car, and once you’ve taken delivery of it, you simply drive it off the lot and begin exploring the countryside. Volvo gives you a temporary European vehicle registration and insurance coverage for 14 days. When you’re ready to return home, just drop off your car at one of several designated spots. Your car will then be shipped to the Volvo dealer where you bought it, arriving in 6-13 weeks. You might be wondering what the catch is, but there isn’t one. The price of the car doesn’t increase with this program; the sticker price is the same whether you pick up your car in the United States or go through the Overseas Delivery Program and enjoy a visit to Sweden. Keep in mind that Volvos don’t come cheap, so don’t be surprised if that sticker price is $70,000 or more.