The Volvo brand has made a history of providing drivers with the ultimate luxury experience. If you need proof, just look at the Volvo Lease Pull Ahead Program. This beloved program helps those who have previously leased a Volvo through Volvo Car Financial Services (VCFS) to end their lease early without having to deal with pesky cancellation fees. The Volvo Lease Pull Ahead Program allows qualifying VCFS lease customers the opportunity to return their vehicle prior to the maturity date when they simultaneously finance or lease a new Volvo through VCFS to waive payments from their existing lease, as well as a waiver on the lease disposition fee.

From now until September 30, 2020, all MY20 and MY21 models are eligible for a payment waiver of up to six (6) months.

Whether you're looking to end your lease early to avoid going over your mileage limit, want to lower your monthly lease payment or simply want to upgrade to a newer Volvo model, the Volvo Lease Pull Ahead Program is for you. Simply lease your new Volvo through Volvo Car Financial Services again, and Fairfax Volvo will end your current Volvo lease and waive your last six remaining payments!

Current eligible models: S60, S90, V60/V60CC, V90/V90CC, XC40, XC60 & XC90

A few things to keep in mind when considering the Volvo Lease Pull Ahead Program:

  • The Volvo Lease Pull Ahead is offered to drivers with six or fewer months remaining on their current lease.
  • All VCFS lease accounts are eligible except single payment lease.
  • You must finance or lease a New 2020 or 2021 Volvo through Volvo Car Financial Services (VCFS).
  • Model year 2019 vehicles are excluded.
  • Offer is valid through September 30, 2020.
  • If you are participating in a deferral, you are still eligible for the VCFS Lease Pull Ahead Program.
  • VCFS will waive up to six remaining monthly payments from an existing VCFS lease and the $350 vehicle turn-in fee.
  • Payments already made on a lease account cannot be reimbursed.
  • Your account must be up to date to qualify - previous payments can't be past due.
  • You're still responsible for excess wear and use fees, excess mileage fees and any other obligations listed in the lease.
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