New Maintenance & Repair Pay-Per-Use Service Offered by IVECO ON


The new IVECO ON Maintenance & Repair Pay-per-use subscription service, tailored on the customer’s real use of the vehicle has been introduced on DAILY models with a Connectivity Box to optimise service costs.

IVECO ON Rolls Out Pay-per-Use Subscription Maintenance Service

With the DAILY range having a brand-new service plan approach, tailored precisely to the customer’s business and operation, IVECO ON are showing their commitment to technological solutions. The Maintenance & Repair Pay-per-use package is a premium subscription service based on the vehicle data collected through the Connectivity Box, such as missions completed and mileage covered. This means that the maintenance costs will precisely match the customer’s operation of the vehicle, with consequent benefits to their business.

Monica Bertolino, Head of TCO Services & Marketing After Market Solutions, said: “The new Maintenance & Repair Pay-per-use formula is a perfect example of IVECO’s customer-centric approach applied to planned service packages. With this service we are developing the potential of the DAILY’s connectivity to take customisation to a high degree we haven’t seen before. All businesses have fluctuations in their activity. Our new formula means that their maintenance and repair costs will exactly reflect their use of the vehicle. During periods when the vehicle spends less time on the road or is used in less demanding missions, the customer will spend less on service.”

The new Maintenance & Repair Pay-per-use service further extends the IVECO ON portfolio of digital services in the Maintenance & Repair cluster, which also includes the other Elements modular programmed service packages. With its unique approach, it adds a further degree of customisation to the DAILY’s Maintenance & Repair offer.

About the author

Adrian, located in Madrid, is joining the editorial team as a correspondent for the Valebridge Publications Ltd Group. Before starting in 2020 for Truck & Bus News, Adrian graduated with an English degree before working within marketing and recruitment in the non-profit sector. Recently he changed direction, undertaking a course in Marketing and International Business as a means towards moving into the journalism field, which he counts as his lifelong ambition.


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