GREENSBORO, NC — Volvo has redesigned its Web site.
Visitors to the redesigned Volvo Trucks North America Web site can get details on new or used Volvo trucks, find a dealer, get information on leasing and financing, download service manuals, sign up for training courses and find accessories to customize their new Volvo.
The Web site is constantly adding new features to make it the first place to go for information about Volvo’s products and services. The site also provides links to service and support for fleets, owner-operators and dealers, in addition to details and features about the Volvo VN tractor, Volvo VHD vocational truck and Volvo VED12 engine.
And the site contains full, downloadable versions of Volvo’s owners and maintenance manuals for its trucks and engines, as well as a user manual and information for Volvo’s VCADS Elite electronic diagnostics system. It also includes accessory and parts catalogs, training course schedules, product brochures and online bodybuilder manuals.
The “Business Tools” section of the site contains details on how customers can use Volvo’s vast resources and capabilities to run their business more effectively. These include the 24/7 support of Volvo Action Service, affordable integrated satellite communications through Volvo Link, performance tracking programs, and product service training through Volvo’s North American Institute.
The section also lists information for those looking to acquire a truck through the Volvo MVP package of specs, or used truck options from both Volvo Truck dealers and Arrow Truck Sales. Details on finance and insurance choices are listed with Volvo Commercial Finance and the Volvo Truck Leasing System.
The site also has the Loading Ramp, where visitors can download free images of Volvo trucks and engines to use as screensavers or wallpaper. And it’s the place to go to buy official Volvo merchandise.
For more info visit www.volvotrucks.us.com
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