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Buy a Volvo, Get a Free Trip to Sweden

Want to explore Sweden on Volvo’s dime? All you need to do is purchase a Volvo through their Overseas Delivery Program. Depending on the model you’ll get a discount of up to 8 percent of the US MSRP. You’ll then receive two complimentary roundtrip tickets to Gothenburg on SAS Airlines.

When you arrive in Gothenburg you’ll be greeted at the airport by a Volvo driver and whisked off to a luxury hotel, all paid for by Volvo. The next day you’ll be picked up at your hotel and driven to Volvo’s Factory Delivery Center, where your very own, made-to-order Volvo awaits you. At the center you’ll receive a warm welcome by their specially trained staff, who will treat you to hearty lunch of traditional Swedish meatballs —the perfect meal to begin your journey in Sweden. You’ll also have a chance to take a look behind the curtain and tour the factory where your Volvo was built.

And then…the open road beckons. For two weeks you’re free to drive your new Volvo all over Sweden—or anywhere else in Europe. Volvo will even foot the bill for 15 days of car insurance and expedite all paperwork so that all you have worry about is where to drive to next.

To help you organize your travel, Volvo Overseas Delivery offers a number of vacation packages centered around various themes, such as medieval castles and golf, but many customers prefer to choose their own itineraries. Either way, you’re sure to have an amazing trip, especially since you’ll be taking it all in behind the wheel of your very own Volvo. At the end of your journey simply return the car to any official Volvo drop-o

ff location and head on to your return flight on SAS. Volvo will ship your car back to the States, covering all shipping fees including US Customs duty, port clearance fees, and inland transportation to your local US Volvo dealer.

All you need to do is go to your nearest Volvo dealer to test drive a few models to find the perfect one just for you. Volvo will handle the rest.

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