WE ARE HERE, PREPARED AND READY TO HELP
Your safety is our number one priority
Update on COVID-19 situation
Volvo Cars and our retailers are prepared and ready to help.
Personal safety is at the heart of Volvo’s purpose - providing freedom to move in a personal, sustainable and safe way. To ensure we fulfil this mission, we are taking the following steps in response to the developing coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
The safety of you, our customer, and our team members are our top priorities. To support Volvo retailers and help ensure they provide a safe environment and experience for you and their team, we have provided guidelines based on advice from health professionals that can help limit exposure to the virus. These guidelines relate to both our facilities and cars.
These guidelines include increased sanitisation stations, adopting good social distancing measures with 2m navigational markers on the floor to guide you safely through the showroom, protective screens at our service and sales desks, contactless payments where possible and a change in our processes to ensure that your journey with us is as contactless and safe as possible. Please watch our short video which outlines the steps we have taken to keep everyone safe.
While many people are rightly staying at home, for others including the emergency services and key workers, their car is a lifeline during the pandemic. Many Volvo retailer workshops have remained open to ensure these vehicles are kept safe and running. All servicing, maintenance and deliveries are carried out using stringent social distancing and hygiene measures, and in line with government advice as far as possible.
Available to support you and your Volvo.
Our Customer Care and Retailer Support teams continue to function normally. We have strong contingency plans in place, and robust technology that will allow us to run our operations remotely if necessary. Our Roadside Assistance remains fully operational and our retail partners can be contacted as normal.
If you are unable to contact your retailer for any reason, please contact our Customer Relations team on the telephone number below, or chat with us online (8am-10pm weekdays, and 9am-5pm on Saturdays) and we will assist you.
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Volvo Cars is taking initiatives to mitigate the coronavirus impact with the purpose of retaining its workforce, secure jobs and limit the impact on its business in the long term. Over recent weeks, we have had to take difficult decisions and close our factories, but they have now, reopened.
As a human-centric brand, we strive to be as open as possible with our customers, it is likely that your new car could be subject to a production delay of between 4-6 weeks. Your retailer is best placed to answer any specific questions you may have around your order.
Your safety, as well as that of our employees, is our top priority. Please rest assured that we are doing everything we can to minimise the impact of the coronavirus situation on our customers. We thank you for your custom, patience and understanding in these unprecedented times.
Should you have any questions relating to your specific order or relating to the availability of workshop services or replacement / spare parts supply, please contact your Volvo retailer or Volvo Car UK Customer Care on 01628 422522 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org. If your enquiry is related to a finance agreement with Volvo Car Financial Services (by Santander), their details are below:
Finance - 0800 085 1759 - email@example.com. You can also find information via their dedication website: www.santanderconsumer.co.uk/coronavirus
Leasing - 0800 085 1322 - firstname.lastname@example.org
As new developments emerge regarding the coronavirus, we will update you on any changes to our operations.
Volvo Car UK, and our retailer partners, hope that you and your loved ones remain safe during this challenging time.
Servicing, Repairs, New Car and Selekt Used Car Warranties, Roadside Assistance Provision
All of these services are currently available to you, as per the latest Government guidelines, through our Network of Retailers and providers. If you require any of these services you can search for your preferred Retailer here or contact Volvo Roadside Assistance on 0800 777 116 or 020 8603 9416
Battery starting capacity decreases gradually with time and therefore needs to be recharged if the car is not used for a longer time or when it is only driven short distances. Extreme cold further limits starting capacity.To maintain the battery in good condition, at least 15 minutes of driving/week is recommended or that the battery is connected to a battery charger with automatic trickle charging.
If you are unable to drive your car it could be left to idle for a period, only where local and national legislation permits. Do not leave your car unattended.
For further information specific to your car model you can find access to owner’s handbooks here
Your Owners Handbook will describe the regular checks that you as the driver should be completing – these are likely to include engine oil, coolant, brake fluid and washer fluid checks, along with tyre condition, pressures and tread depth – you can find access to owner’s handbooks here