Volvo VNR

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November 16, 2017

Volvo Trucks Expands Presence in Growing Mexican Market

Volvo Trucks North America is expanding its presence in the growing Mexican truck market, debuting the new VNL long-haul truck and offering the VNR and VAH models for the first time.

August 4, 2017

Focus On… Volvo VNR 300 [Video]

The VNR 300 is the first brand new truck from Volvo in more than 20 years - a smooth, quiet and maneuverable regional truck. Equipment Editor Jim Park takes the daycab model for a spin in a city setting in this video.  

August 2, 2017

Focus On… Volvo Trucks VNR 640 [Video]

The VNR 640 is the big brother of Volvo Trucks' new regional truck lineup and is targeted towards fleets running short- to mid-distance over the road operations. Report by Equipment Editor Jim Park.

July 24, 2017

Test Drive: Volvo's VNR Could be an Urban Legend (in the Making)

The new VNR line up from Volvo Trucks North America is everything a driver and a fleet could want in an urban or short haul tractor, and then some.

July 11, 2017

Volvo Makes Active Driver Assist Standard on VNR, VNL

Volvo Trucks North America has announced that Volvo Active Driver Assist is now standard equipment on the new Volvo VNR and VNL series trucks, a system that includes Bendix’s Wingman Fusion collision mitigation system.

June 16, 2017

Volvo's VNR Regional Tractor in Winston-Salem, N.C

Volvo Trucks hosted and editor Ride & Drive event in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in early June. Senior Editor Jack Roberts and Equipment Editor Jim Park were there. Here are a few of the photos we took at the event. Watch for the full stories in the July issue of HDT and here on truckinginfo.com. All photos by Equipment Editor, Jim Park

June 9, 2017

On the Spot: Volvo's VNR as a Daycab and Sleeper [Video]

In this video, Equipment Editor Jim Park took two versions of Volvo's new regional haul tractor out for a test drive - a VNR 300 daycab and the VNR 640 with a sleeper and adaptive loading. 

June 6, 2017

Last Legs for Long-Haul Trucking?

A move away from long-haul to regional and super-regional routes has been predicted for years. Volvo's Magnus Koeck says that shift may already be underway.

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