Volvo Trucks For Sale in Namibia

Volvo Trucks For Sale in Namibia

What is Volvo Truck?

Volvo Trucks is a truck manufacturing division of Volvo based in Gothenburg, Sweden. Volvo Trucks was a separate company within Volvo.

Volvo Trucks For Sale in Namibia

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who owns Volvo Trucks?

The Volvo Group is a Swedish multinational manufacturing corporation headquartered in Gothenburg. While its core activity is the production, distribution and sale of trucks, buses and construction equipment, Volvo also supplies marine and industrial drive systems and financial services.

Are Volvo Trucks powerful?

The gas-powered trucks, the Volvo FH and FM are getting a new power level of 500 hp, joining the previous 420 and 460 hp engines. The gas engines also get major technical upgrades that makes them up to 4% more fuel efficient**, which together with a new 10% larger gas tank, contributes to a longer range.

Do Volvo use Ford engines?

Volvo used a mixture of Ford engines, and its own five-cylinder turbo units, up until 2014, when all the engines began to be replaced by Volvo’s new (and still-current) family of Swedish-designed and built four-cylinder turbo engines.

How long can a Volvo truck last?

The lifespan of a Volvo truck largely depends on the local climate, the truck driver’s driving habits, and diligent maintenance. With proper care, Volvo trucks are expected to work well over 1,000,000 miles or 20 years. also covered through the Volvo Certified program.

What does the T mean in Volvo?

In 2010 Volvo changed their engine branding nomenclature so that it is independent of engine size and number of cylinders. The letter “D” designates diesel and “T” petrol. Letters are followed by a number that dictate the level of power.

What does the D stand for in Volvo?

D3, D4, and D5 are turbocharged diesel power units with the Common Rail fuel injection system, installed in Volvo cars. They first appeared in 2001.

How fast can a Volvo truck go?

Volvo’s Iron Knight set the new unofficial world record for trucks, covering the distance of 1 kilometer (or 0.621 mile) in 21.290 seconds and reaching a top speed of 276 kph, or 171 mph.

What are the benefits of Volvo trucks?

Volvo has managed to decrease its trucks’ fuel consumption by 20% over the last few decades, and its most recent models are more efficient than ever before. They also take pride in reducing their engines’ carbon dioxide emissions, making them more environmentally friendly in more ways than one.

Which Volvo engine is best?

“The S60’s T6 engine is simply the best engine Volvo’s ever produced,” noted Doug Speck, President and CEO, Volvo Cars of North America, LLC. “It’s powerful, smooth, and gets great fuel economy.

Who makes Volvo engines?

Who makes the engines for Volvo Cars? Since 2013, all petrol and diesel engines are proudly made by Volvo Cars at their Skövde, Sweden facility. This family of VEA engines (Volvo Engine Architecture) is produced for nearly all global markets.