The coronavirus pandemic has led many individuals to have financial difficulties at this time. That’s why Volkswagen is providing support to drivers by launching the Community-Driven Promise.
VW and Volkswagen Credit plan to give payment assistance options through the Community-Driven Promise. If you are a current VCI customer and are struggling financially as a result of the pandemic, you may receive deferred payments for up to 90 days.
In addition, if you are in good standing, you may qualify to have your lease extended by up to six months. Depending on your circumstances, VW and VCI may also be able to waive your past maturity fees.
VW and VCI are also providing support to over 600 independent dealers. If you need to get your vehicle serviced, VW dealerships now have a pick-up and delivery program that makes it easy to practice social distancing while receiving maintenance. You can also give a digital signature for certain transactions, like warranty claims.
“We know this pandemic has caused significant stress and worry across America, and is putting financial strain on millions of households,” said Scott Keogh, CEO of Volkswagen of America. “We have a commitment to help our customers, our dealers, our employees and our communities in a time of crisis.”
Whether your vehicle is due for service or you’re in the market for a new vehicle, we at Gossett VW of Germantown can help. Visit our website to schedule a service appointment or find your next vehicle in Memphis, Tennessee.