Scania UK launches used truck scheme Scania Go

Will Shiers
April 14, 2022

Scania UK has launched Scania Go, a new proposition for retailing its premium used trucks.

The scheme, which is open to all Scania trucks under five years of age and 550,000km, will be adopted throughout its wholly-owned and independent dealers.

Launching the Scania Go concept to its dealers last week, head of used sales Steve Legg explained that there are various elements to the scheme. These include a Replace Before Failure Guarantee, which sees Scania technicians replacing selected components approaching the end of their life while carrying out a 300-point mechanical and cosmetic inspection. This covers items such as turbochargers, diesel particulate filters and clutch release bearings.

He explained that there is also a 30-day no-quibble replacement guarantee. “With our enhanced preparation, we are confident that you’ll love your purchase. However, if you have an electrical or mechanical fault within the first 30 days we’ll exchange it for a like-for-like replacement vehicle. If we can’t find a replacement, we’ll give you your money back, giving total peace of mind. Wow! That’s putting your money where your mouth is. That’s true confidence. It’s industry-leading. A few are trying to catch us, but they’re not even on the  same page,” he said.

Scania Financial Services is offering a range of tailored products for Scania Go buyers, including hire purchase, finance lease and operating lease.

Vincente Connolly, sales director at Scania UK, added: “Scania Go will give any of our used vehicle customers the ultimate peace of mind when purchasing from Scania UK.

“Not only will customers love the outstanding quality of their latest Scania purchase, but they will also be supported from day one for as long as they need. By using Scania Go, we are putting our customers back in control.”

Scania will be exhibiting at Road Transport Expo at NAEC Stoneleigh (30 June to 2 July). Also, be sure to check out the used truck and auction zone Register now for FREE.

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Will Shiers

Will has been the editor of Commercial Motor magazine since 2011 and is the UK jury member of the International Truck of the Year.

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