Are you considering adding a cabover truck to your fleet? Understanding the advantages of cabover box trucks can help you make an informed decision. These trucks are best known for their flat faces and ability to maneuver in tight spaces, but there is more to appreciate than what meets the eye.
Let’s learn more about what a cabover truck is, the benefits to expect and which industries have the most to gain.
A cabover truck, also known as a cab over engine (COE), is a truck design that features a flat front, with the cab of the truck sitting above the front axle. This is unique compared to a conventional truck design where the engine is mounted in front of the driver.
The classic cabover design is most popular in Europe and Asia, where space is at a premium, though it can be found here in the U.S. at dealerships like Diamond Mitsubishi Fuso. In fact, these flat-nosed trucks are gaining popularity in certain parts of the U.S. because of their ability to drive through busy residential areas.
When choosing between conventional and cabover trucks, fleet managers have a few factors to consider. Here are the main advantages of cabover box trucks compared to conventional trucks.
As you can see, cabover trucks are unique and best used in areas where space is limited, such as busy cities and narrow driveways. This makes them a top choice for landscaping businesses, pest control companies and many others.
If your fleet could benefit from a cabover box truck, contact a Diamond Mitsubishi Fuso professional today at 408-263-7300.
Originally posted at https://www.diamondsales.com/advantages-of-cabover-box-trucks/
Kevin Dean, President of WSI Net Advantage...
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