Pacific Truck Centers adds SportChassis tow trucks

Successful Dealer Staff August 5, 2014

Pacific Truck Centers says it has added SportChassis’ line of heavy-duty tow vehicles to its current truck lineup, allowing Pacific to provide the specialty M2 Freightliner trucks to customers throughout the Pacific Northwest.

“We’re excited to have another quality brand to add to our dealerships,” says Todd Tracy, Truck Sales Manager at Pacific Truck Centers. “This new line of trucks allows us to serve a new market of customers with high-end, heavy duty towing vehicles.”

The SportChassis product line has evolved quickly during the past 15 years in terms of design and application. Founded in 1998, specifically to build the luxury high-powered cross country haulers, SportChassis trucks are available with the option of a Cummins ISC or DD13 engine, an automatic Allison transmission, and all the amenities including leather seats and voice/touch screen multi-media systems.

Along with the size and power offered by SportChassis vehicles, many models don’t require a CDL, making them a fit for personal use. Customers typically purchase these stylish customized trucks for hauling fifth-wheel recreational vehicles, livestock or toy trailers, racing vehicles, large boats, and other specialty applications.


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