Mack Introduces TerraPro Cabover


Mack Trucks, Inc. is taking the opportunity of this year's World of Concrete show in Las Vegas to introduce the TerraPro Cabover model - the latest, most advanced offering from the leader in heavy-duty cabover trucks in the U.S. An evolution of the company's popular MR model, the TerraPro Cabover is optimized for demanding refuse and construction applications, including concrete pumping. It combines Mack's traditional ruggedness with a new driver environment designed to maximize comfort and productivity.

The TerraPro Cabover interior features ample belly room, ergonomic seats, and accelerator and brake pedals suspended above the cab floor and mounted in-line to reduce driver effort (the suspended pedals also make the floor area easier to clean).

In addition, the TerraPro Cabover model offers a smooth quiet ride and delivers exceptional driver comfort.

The TerraPro Cabover model features the next generation of Mack's Vehicle Management and Control System - V-MAC® IV which includes DataMax, advanced software that captures information such as vehicle trip histories, duty cycle information and scheduled maintenance intervals.

Both customers and bodybuilders will appreciate the in-cab Control Link and back-of-cab Body Link II interface systems in the new TerraPro Cabover model. These provide required quick-connections to the bodybuilder's control unit, as well as pass-through harnesses and connectors from the controller to the body - meeting the needs of any application in the refuse and construction industries.

Offered with the proven Mack camelback suspension, the TerraPro Cabover can also be specified with the Mack M-Ride 6-rod suspension, allowing up to 17-inch articulation for maneuverability in landfills and on jobsites.

The TerraPro Cabover comes standard with the EPA'07-certified Mack MP7 engine. Also available is the EPA'07-certified MP8 engine. Offering superior low-end torque and power, both the Mack MP7 and MP8 feature single overhead cams, electronically controlled ultra-high-pressure fuel injection, one-piece steel pistons, and robust bearings and cylinder heads.

Source: Mack Trucks, Inc.


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