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Prevost unveils redesigned website

Posted on June 30, 2016

Prevost recently debuted a completely redesigned website at www.prevostcar.com. Reflecting Prevost’s sleek and striking brand, the site is fully responsive, automatically adapting to all mobile devices, and is fully available in both English and French.

The Prevost website offers a multitude of information and functions including online parts ordering, access to technical documentation and warranty documents and product line information for seated coach, conversion and motorhome. A primary goal of the redesign was to simplify the user experience in locating needed information.

“Our goal is to provide the best experience for our customers and that includes being as current and technologically accessible as possible,” said Director of Marketing Michael Power. “Our website has been updated and modernized to meet the needs of our customers. The clean and streamlined look allows anyone to find what they’re looking for faster and easier than before. With features like an advanced search bar, dynamic headings and drop down menus, Prevost’s new website gives the customer the ultimate online experience.”

In conjunction with the new and improved website, Prevost has also increased their social media presence. Stay up-to-date with the latest Prevost news and events by following the Prevost Facebook page at www.facebook.com/PrevostCoach and @PrevostCoach on Twitter.

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