Figuring out a car you want to lease can be a challenging task! Volvo cars are powerful, reliable, feature rich, and can be great for everything from running errands to going on a trip with your family. If you’ve decided on leasing a Volvo car, we have good news for you – the automaker has recently introduced attractive lease deals on all models, including the new ones. Read on to know the lease deals on new Volvo cars and lease options offered by Volvo Car Financial Services.
Depending on the model you prefer, monthly payments for leasing a Volvo range between $359 and $695. Note that all leases are for a term of three years and require less than $5000 at signing. Volvo is currently running special offers on the following models:.
- Volvo S60 lease deal: $359 per month with $3,659 due at signing
- Volvo S90 lease deal: $599 per month with $3,899 due at signing
- Volvo V60 lease deal: $439 per month with $3,919 due at signing
- Volvo V90 lease deal: $599 per month with $4,899 due at signing
- Volvo XC40 lease deal: $385 per month with $3,865 due at signing
- Volvo XC60 lease deal: $445 per month with $4,195 due at signing
- Volvo XC90 lease deal: $579 per month with $4,979 due at signing
Volvo Car Financial Services offers various leasing options to ensure maximum consumers are able to drive a new Volvo. Here are some leasing options you must know about.
Flexible leasing terms
You can lease for anywhere from 24 months to 48 months. However, keep in mind that the aforementioned lease deals for new Volvo cars are for 36 months. And during the lease term, your Volvo will be under the manufacturer’s warranty.
Mileage plans choices
If your driving needs are limited, you may choose the low mileage plan, which includes 7,500 miles per year. But if you need to get behind the wheel every day, you can opt for the high-mileage plan, which includes 30,000 miles per year.
Don’t want the hassle of making monthly payments? Volvo Car Financial Services gives you the option to make a one-time payment at the time of lease signing. With a single lease payment, you can also get a discount.
Excess wear and use protection plan
Wear and tear of parts over time is inevitable. In cases of excessive wear or damage, you may need to pay out of your pocket. To avoid such situations and save money, you must purchase the optional plan offered by Volvo Car Financial Services.
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Risk factors to be concerned about
- If you are suffering from Herpes and any other Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), you have a probability of having a weakened immune system. This means you are prone to have more and severe outbreaks of Genital Herpes as well as Mouth or Oral Herpes.
- Complications are there in this situation such as developing AIDS and being susceptible to other serious diseases as well.
- Other risk may include suffering from Meningitis, an infection of the Cerebrospinal Fluid and tissues present within the brain and spinal cord, Encephalitis (inflammation of the brain), and inflammation in the spinal cord region, usually in the lower part, which results in constipation, difficulty in urinating, etc.
- Herpes can also develop on the lips (Herpes Labialis), which are commonly known as “cold sores” or “fever blisters”. This is usually very severe than any other types of Herpes associated with the genitals and eyes, which can lead you to blindness if not treated early and persistent irritations in the eyes causing pain and itching.
- Newborn babies who are born with the infection suffer from brain damage, blindness, and even death.
- Genital herpes can also develop serious and critical bladder problems. This can happen as sometimes, the tube which carries urine from bladder to urethra may get inflamed and due to this, the urethra may remain closed for a certain amount of time. During this period, you may need the help of an artificial catheter to drain the bladder.
Preventive measures for Herpes
- Preventive measures through which contracting Herpes can be reduced to some extent are there to help you out. There are also ways by which you might lessen the frequency of those outbreaks within a short span of time. Follow these measures strictly and prevent Herpes effectively.
- Stop touching your blisters often. Touching it will make you spread the disease to other parts of your body, that too without your knowledge. When you touch the blister, fluids come out and this fluid, if comes in contact with any other unaffected part, will automatically spread the infection.
- Be on your antiviral medicine. It is better to be on medication as soon as you sense the symptoms to prevent the infection from spreading than trying to fix it after it has already occurred.
- Keep your antiviral medicine handy always.
- If you are pregnant and have had outbreaks before, let your doctor know about it in details. Tell him/her if you are suffering from any outbreaks during the pregnancy too. This has to be immediately taken care of.
- Have a safe sexual relationship. Be careful about your sexual relationship. Before making any advancements in your sexual life, talk about STI or STD with your partner, learn about her/his risks of developing an STI. Make sure your partner does not have an STI too. Also don’t indulge yourself in more than one sexual relationship as it increases the chance of infection.
- Use latex condoms during sexual interactions. You can either use female or male condoms depending on the comfort level of you and your partner. Condoms always reduce the chances of spreading Herpes. Avoid having oral sex.
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The great thing about collarless leather jackets is their versatility. Whether you’re tough looking, petite, tall, short, baby-faced, blonde or dark-haired, it does not matter.
Colorful leather jackets, cropped leather jackets, and patterned leather jackets might work well with specific looks. For an overall best buy, go for a black one. Remember, anyone can carry a leather jacket well if paired perfectly with a pair of denim.
Here are some tips on how to carry off a collarless leather jacket during fall:
- One, for a sure-fire fall vibe, layer a collarless jacket over a plaid shirt left open with a t-shirt inside, skinny jeans and ankle length boots.
- For a dressy look that resonates with fall, pair the jacket with a light-colored midi skirt, a dark top and ankle length boots.
- For a tough look, wear a cropped leather jacket with cameo pants, beanie, and heels.
- For a casual day out with your boyfriend, wear a colorful leather jacket or a studded one with a plain tee shirt, blue jeans, a statement necklace and an attractive pair of heels.
- To make the maximum use of your summery dresses, team up a leather jacket with a free-flowing maxi and comfortable yet stylish footwear during fall. Or, your short, white summer dresses can be paired with black tights, black jacket, and combat boots to make it work for the fall. The same can be done for summer skirt and a tank top. Add a jacket, leggings and boots and you are set for the fall.
- For a super casual look, team up the jacket with leggings, long sleeved tops, and knee-high boots. If you want to look cute while you are at it, accessorize it with a scarf. For a classic casual look, go for a brown leather jacket, a striped tee shirt, and skinny blue jeans.
- For work, keep yourself warm by adding a collarless leather jacket over a sweater with a professional looking skirt.
- If you’d rather not wear leggings during fall, skip them for knee-high boots, dress, a scarf, and, of course, a cropped leather jacket.
- For a fun and bright look during fall, wear a collarless black leather jacket with a white top and colored jeans.
- For a date night, pair your dress with sheer leggings, knee-high boots, and a studded leather jacket.