Volvo to Offer a New and Innovative Way of Shopping

We know the game of waiting for a package to arrive all too well -- that's if it's even delivered at all. In an effort to offer a solution to the package theft epidemic and provide a more timely service, Volvo has partnered with Urb-it -- a startup based in Sweden -- to offer a streamlined delivery service.

"Volvo has been toying with the idea of delivering goods to your car instead of your home since 2014," writes the staff at Engadget. "After some testing, the company's so-called in-car delivery service is ready for the masses. Teaming up with Swedish startup Urb-it, Volvo is offering drop-offs for the items that you order online in under two hours." To start, the delivery service will be offered to Volvo customers living in Stockholm, with services expanding to other European cities later this year. We'll see the service in the states by year 2025, though knowing Volvo, it could be sooner.

To be sure that you're ready for the service, explore our inventory of 2015 and 2016 Volvo models today.

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