Before its launch in 2012, the Volvo FH was subjected a range of gruelling quality tests.
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In 2012 Volvo Trucks launched a completely new model of their long serving and popular heavy-duty truck, the Volvo FH. To ensure that the new model would live up to its predecessor and then some, the Volvo FH was subjected a range of gruelling quality tests.
Learn more about quality testing in this episode of ‘One Minute’ – the mini series that covers interesting topics for all truck enthusiasts, and all within one minute.
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