- Volvo and Mazda are the latest automakers to offer special deals to consumers in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
- Volvo rolled out a program on Monday that offers eligible customers employee pricing on a new Volvo, plus an additional $1,000 to help offset costs.
- Mazda said it is offering $500 toward the purchase of a new Mazda to qualified customers in areas hard hit by the hurricane.
Volvo rolled out a program on Monday that offers eligible customers employee pricing on a new Volvo, plus an additional $1,000 to help offset costs. Anyone who lives in a federally designated disaster or emergency area and can provide necessary documentation is able to claim this offer at participating Volvo retailers through January 2, said Volvo in a statement on its North American Web site.
Mazda said it is offering $500 toward the purchase of a new Mazda to qualified customers. In addition, qualified customers have the option to defer their first payment for 90 days from the contract date on the purchase of any new Mazda financed under special financing offered by participating lenders.
Current Mazda customers in areas hit by Hurricane Sandy will have late fees waived on Mazda Capital Services auto loans and leases, the automaker said.
Volvo and Mazda joined GM, Ford, Toyota and other automakers in offering special deals to Hurricane Sandy victims.
Many automakers have pitched in to relief efforts by donating vehicles and money.
Chrysler donated 20 Ram 1500 Tradesman trucks and $100,000 to the American Red Cross for emergency efforts. Hyundai Motor America on Monday announced a $500,000 donation to the American Red Cross to help storm victims.
Edmunds says: If your car was lost or damaged in Hurricane Sandy, you have lots of options — and aid — when it comes to replacing it.