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Freightliner Trucks Debuts ReadySpecGo Program for Business Class M2 106 Trucks

August 30, 2005

PORTLAND, OR – Freightliner Trucks has implemented a new ordering and delivery program for Business Class M2 106 trucks. This program, named ReadySpecGo, offers 45-day delivery time and extended vehicle warranties on pre-spec'd, ready-to-order trucks. Customers and dealers can immediately take advantage of Business Class M2 106 vocational vehicles designed specifically for pick-up and delivery, dump or flatbed applications. The ReadySpecGo program offers a simplified ordering process for vehicles equipped with pre-determined specifications, along with limited customization to meet customers' individual needs. "The specifications available on the vehicles in the ReadySpecGo program have been carefully chosen, offering customers pre-designed vehicles that perform at the highest standards," said Alex Bernasconi, vice president of sales, Freightliner Trucks. "We looked at all components and options available on the Business Class M2 106 and assembled the most proven combination for each application." The Business Class M2 106 trucks available through the ReadySpecGo program feature MBE900 engines with horsepower ratings from 190 to 230 and Freightliner proprietary axles. Allison automatic, Mercedes-Benz manual MBT, and AGS transmissions are available. A three-year, unlimited distance warranty applies to all vehicles purchased through the ReadySpecGo program. Also included is a three-year, extended roadside service warranty, which features three years of free, unrestricted towing. The ReadySpecGo program is available in the U.S. and Canada.
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