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Volvo Cars’ Web Site Ranked 4th of 225

June 30, 2008

GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN - Volvo Cars has expanded its Web site, and the independent research company Bytelevelhas placed Volvo Car Corporation’s Web site in fourth place. In the most recentsurvey, Bytelevel has tested 225 global corporate Web sites.


Atmid-year, Volvo Cars will launch an additional seven local Web sites in Southand Central America. At mid-year, Volvo Carswill be represented on the Web with 90 sites in 70 countries and in 36languages. Seven new local Web sites will be launched, including Peru, Paraguay,Puerto Rico, Colombia,Uruguay, Ecuador, and the Dominical Republic.


Two newregional Web sites will also be launched in Central America and the Caribbean. At the same time, there will also be an Arabicversion of the regional customer site in the Middle East.


ByteLevelpointed out that Volvo Cars’ Web site is the one that has undergone thegreatest improvement in recent years of all of the companies tested.

Thetop 20 global Web sites

  • Google
  • Wikipedia
  • CiscoSystems
  • Volvo
  • Philips
  • Caterpillar
  • Netvibes
  • Microsoft
  • HP
  • Nokia
  • Deloitte
  • AmericanExpress
  • Adobe
  • Lenovo
  • XboxPanasonic
  • IBM
  • 3M
  • XING

Go for additional information. The Web site has approximately140,000 visitors a day, which amounts to more than 50 million a year.

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