Volvo Trucks Expands Certified EV Dealer Network

Vanguard Truck Centers has completed its Volvo Trucks Certified Electric Vehicle (EV) Dealer program at five locations – Phoenix, Ariz.; Atlanta, Ga. (Forest Park); Charlotte, N.C.; and Austin and Houston, Texas – to provide comprehensive sales and service support for customers’ electromobility journeys.

With the addition of Vanguard’s five locations, Volvo Trucks North America has now expanded its Certified EV Dealer network into three additional states — Arizona, Georgia, and North Carolina — bringing its total to 50 certified dealership locations in 24 U.S. states and three Canadian provinces across North America. 

“It is inspiring to see Vanguard Truck Centers making the investment to certify multiple locations simultaneously across the United States and continuing the expansion of the Volvo Trucks electromobility ecosystem,” said Peter Voorhoeve, president, Volvo Trucks North America. “Cost is still a significant barrier to electrification, particularly at scale, and our colleagues at Volvo Financial Services recognize this as well as they’ve introduced new financing options for both our customers and dealers to support them with their shift to zero-emission solutions.” 

To become a Volvo Trucks Certified EV Dealer, Vanguard took advantage of a new financing program offered to dealers by Volvo Financial Services (VFS) that enabled its dealerships to install onsite charging stations and dedicated EV service bays, acquire diagnostic tools and personal protective equipment for technicians working with high-voltage systems, and purchase parts inventory for the VNR Electric model. Similarly, VFS recently introduced new financing options for fleets to support the cost of installing charging infrastructure, as well as service and maintenance plans.  

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