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Prevost introduces Volvo 9700 website

Posted on October 11, 2013

Prevost launched a new product website for the Volvo 9700. The site is concentrated on the Volvo 9700 and features easy to navigate menus and easily accessible links.

The website is geared to give detailed information about the Volvo 9700 while underlining the fact the product is engineered to North American standards under Prevost’s guidance and is 100% supported by the Prevost Service Network. The site provides quick links to Prevost Parts Promotions and On-line Parts Ordering, the On-line Warranty Tool and Prevost Liaison telematics system.

The new website also provides Volvo 9700 owners with contact information of Prevost Coach and Parts Sales Teams, Prevost Support Teams and Prevost’s Service Network, which includes eight service centers, 138 Prevost-certified service providers, Prevost Action Service System 24/7 Call Center and a team of Prevost Service Managers who handle urgent response in the field.

Visitors will also find details about the latest news and events in the industry.

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