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Prevost unveils Volvo 9700 to Canadian market

Posted on June 27, 2016

The Volvo 9700, distributed by Prevost, made its debut into the Canadian market at the 2016 Ontario Transportation Expo conference in Toronto.

The Volvo 9700 is equipped for the North American market with its superb performance, striking modern design and Volvo-exclusive safety features. The Volvo 9700 is built to be increasingly profitable with every mile, according to the company.

The entrance into the Canadian market marks the dawn of a new era in transportation. The Volvo 9700 makes a positive impression with its modern, characteristically Volvo exterior design and elegant interior. In-line with the Volvo environmental mentality, the Volvo 9700 provides green efficiency options. It reduces the carbon footprint of the vehicle and operations. The 9700’s D13 engine, with reduced internal friction and improved combustion, helps to save fuel and reduce emissions.

“The introduction of the Volvo 9700 into the Canadian market allows operators to experience a whole new standard of coach” said Michael Power, director, marketing. “With its modern-look, comfortable interior and impeccable safety features, the Volvo 9700 will revolutionize the Canadian transportation market’.

Volvo bus holds all its coaches to a standard of safety that is high above the rest, and the Volvo 9700 offers preventive safety from the ground up. In the Volvo 9700, the Electronic Brake System, Electronic Control Suspension and Electronic Stability Program are fully integrated, resulting in maximum efficiency, a smoother and more comfortable ride, and greatly improved vehicle handling under all road conditions.

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