A Volvo truck repair service in Victoria could sell for $6.3 million if it’s on the market at the end of the month, according to an analyst.
The analyst said Volvo is looking at a $6 million price tag for a new service truck, which it believes could be the biggest in the industry.
The Volvo T2 service truck is a concept concept vehicle developed in the late 1990s.
It’s powered by a 1.8-litre petrol engine with a range of 1,700 kilometres, according the Volvo website.
It is designed to be a rugged and efficient truck that can haul heavy loads and carry heavy loads.
The company said the vehicle would “enable Volvo to deliver innovative solutions that are critical to our growing fleet, and to improve the quality of life for drivers, passengers and communities.”
The company has no specific dates on when the service truck might be available for sale.
The T2 has been in production since the late 2000s and is being developed in partnership with a private company.
The truck is expected to be available by the end, and could be available on the roads as early as next month.
The idea of a service truck for Volvo is “pretty cool”, said analyst Paul Copley.
Vijay Chokshi, an analyst with the company, said the concept is “a great idea and Volvo needs to realise it”.””
I would be really surprised if the service is not available by then.”
Vijay Chokshi, an analyst with the company, said the concept is “a great idea and Volvo needs to realise it”.
“I think the idea of Volvo getting a truck in to a particular area, where they’ve built a lot of experience in, would be quite appealing to a lot more people,” he said.
“The idea that they would put some experience into it, which I think is what they’re looking to do, is something that would be great for Volvo.”