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Freightliner links new Web site for medium-duty buyers

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Freightliner has launched a Web site that gives users an interactive tour of its Business Class M...


PORTLAND, Ore. — Freightliner has launched a Web site that gives users an interactive tour of its Business Class M2 medium-duty truck.

The new Web site, www.M2ToTheMax.com, features photos and video clips of the Business Class M2 to illustrate the truck’s capabilities in four areas: performance, comfort, safety and uptime.

The M2 to the Max site showcases four different models of the Business Class M2 (106, 112, 106V and 112V), three different cab configurations (day cab, extended cab and crew cab) and bodies for seven common business uses (utility, beverage, refuse, sweeper, fire/emergency, delivery, tanker/bulk, tow and construction).

“The Business Class M2 was developed to help businesses increase their productivity, performance and profitability,” said Jonathan Randall, director of product marketing with Freightliner. “This Web site allows buyers to see how our truck excels in the areas that are important to them. It’s the next best thing to a test drive.”

People who visit the Web site before Oct. 22 may register to win one of many prizes including a $1,000 fuel card, five $250 fuel cards and 10 driver grab bags packed with a Freightliner Trucks briefcase, jacket, beverage bottle, multi-tool and Business Class M2 die-cast model.

The site also links to www.freightlinertrucks.com, where visitors can find additional information, downloadable brochures and a dealer locator.


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