Volvo plans to offer all of its cars for sale online. Volvo's sales chief Alan Visser said they plan to boost online marketing and offer all of its car lines in all markets for sale online.
The sales aren't meant to replace dealers, and cars ordered online will have to be delivered at dealerships. The goal is to make buying a Volvo easier for customers who live far away from a Volvo dealer. What do you think of this way of buying a car?
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