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All you need for a Volvo XC40 subscription is your iPhone

The Care by Volvo app even lets you use Apple Pay to subscribe.
Rob LeFebvre, @roblef
March 30, 2018
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Getting a new car is getting even easier these days. BMW, Lexus and Volvo have all started selling cars via subscription. The Care by Volvo program gives you an all-wheel-drive XC40, insurance, routine maintenance, roadside assistance and no money down for $600 a month. That sounds pretty great, but it's also super easy to sign up. Now you can sign up and pay for your monthly car sub via an iOS app and Apple Pay.

You can use any iOS device to run the Care by Volvo app, of course, and both Touch ID and Face ID work to authorize the payment. The app allows you to take a virtual tour of the XC40, configure your own with options and fill out your details for the subscription. All of this right from the app — no need to visit the website. Once you submit all your details, a Volvo concierge will get in touch to coordinate delivery.

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