Volvo Trucks names 11 new certified EV dealers

Volvo Trucks names 11 new certified EV dealers

Volvo's North American dealer support network for battery-electric trucks now includes 47 certified dealership locations.

Volvo Trucks North America recently confirmed that 11 dealership locations in the U.S. and Canada have completed the process needed to become Volvo Trucks Certified Electric Vehicle (EV) Dealerships. Volvo’s North American dealer support network for battery-electric trucks now includes 47 certified dealership locations across 22 states and three Canadian provinces, and the company adds that some locations have yet to be announced publicly. 

“The continued growth of our Certified EV Dealership network underscores our commitment to providing customers the full ecosystem of resources they need to successfully adopt battery-electric vehicles, beyond just selling the truck,” said Jared Ruiz, regional vice president – West for Volvo Trucks North America. “Earlier this year we announced that we had tripled the number of certified dealerships in just one year, and this rapid growth of our dealership network is still underway with these 11 new locations and more than 45 others in the process of completing their certification.” 

The new locations are as follows:

  1. Coffman Truck Sales in Aurora, Illinois 
  2. Gerry’s Truck Centre in London, Ontario 
  3. McMahon Truck Centers in Columbus, Ohio 
  4. M&K Truck Centers in Summit, Illinois 
  5. Mid-Ontario Truck Center in Maple, Ontario 
  6. Nextran Truck Center in Kansas City, Missouri 
  7. Northwest Equipment Sales in Boise, Idaho 
  8. Kriete Truck Centers in Madison, Wisconsin 
  9. S&S Truck Sales in Lima, Ohio 
  10. TransEdge Truck Centers in Allentown, Pennsylvania  
  11. Transport Equipment in Missoula, Montana

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