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Mercedes-Benz, FCA to Offer Three-Tier Subscription Programs

Mercedes-Benz customers can choose between Signature, Reserve, and Premier, with the automaker’s three-tier subscription program costing subscribers between $1,095 and $2,995 per month. Jeep Wave will also offer subscribers three tiers from which to choose. Pricing has yet to be released.

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Lincoln Adds Pre-Owned Vehicles to Subscription Program

The automaker is adding a slate of pre-owned 2017 Lincoln models to its subscription program in West Los Angeles. The program was originally launched there and in San Francisco in 2015.

Lexus to Offer ‘Subscription-Type Plan’ With New Compact SUV

The all-new UX crossover SUV will be Lexus' first vehicle to be offered through a subscription plan when it arrives in dealership showrooms this December.

Volvo to Add V60 Wagon to Subscription Service

Volvo Cars said this week it will add its V60 to its Care by Volvo subscription program when the redesigned station wagon makes its U.S. arrival in 2019.

The Rise of Subscription Services

Automakers are dipping their toes in the subscription waters, but dealers and some industry watchers are skeptical about the business model’s lucrativeness and its ability to attract customers.

Scott Painter’s Fair Now Offers Insurance Coverage

Through a partnership with risk-management services provider Assurant, Fair's digital flexible ownership platform now allows consumers to add insurance coverage when they sign for a pre-owned vehicle through its mobile app.

Volvo Announces Subscription Service for 2019 XC40

Volvo Cars used this week’s AutoMobility LA and the Los Angeles Auto Show to debut its 2019 XC40 and a new subscription service for its new compact SUV.