January 24, 2007
Mack Trucks used the World of Concrete show in Las Vegas to unveil its new TerraPro Cabover model, which the company says is optimized for refuse and construction applications, including concrete pumping. The TerraPro is the latest in the Allentown, Pa.-based company’s MR line. According to Mack, the truck includes several new features aimed at optimizing driver comfort. It also incorporates technology designed to improve performance, such as the latest version of Mack’s Vehicle Management and Control System (V-MAC IV), which offers more than 100 programmable functions, and an optional Mack M-Ride 6-rod suspension, allowing up to 17-inch articulation for greater maneuverability in landfills.
The TerraPro Cabover comes standard with the EPA’07-certified 11-liter Mack MP7 engine, offered in a horsepower range from 325 HP to 405 HP with torque ratings from 1,200 – 1,560 lb.-ft. Also available is the EPA’07-certified 13-liter MP8 engine with a horsepower range from 415 HP to 485 HP and torque levels from 1,540 – 1,700 lb.-ft.