Pinnacle Day Cab
TerraPro Low Entry
The Mack® Pinnacle™ represents the best in highway truck engineering. The Pinnacle delivers outstanding fuel efficiency, productivity, durability and reliability.
Pinnacle Day Cab
Titan by Mack is a feat of engineering, housing Mack’s largest-ever engine, the MP10®, and up to 605 horsepower.
The Mack® Granite® Series is one of the most popular and proven trucks on earth. Our powerful and fuel-efficient engines deliver all the muscle you need.
Mack®’s TerraPro® refuse trucks eliminate downtime while delivering maximum comfort and functionality to keep drivers productive.
With quality parts and 24/7 comprehensive service and support, we’re committed to keeping our trucks on the road.
Our powertrain components are designed to work together for optimum performance, increased fuel efficiency and lower maintenance costs.
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Macks® are made to get the job done. But you’re the one doing the work. Let us know what you see out on the road.
JSD Express owner James De Armond believes in keeping his drivers happy, whether that means adding an extra piece of chrome to their Mack® trucks or ordering custom packages with all the bells and whistles. But he hesitated when it came to transitioning his fleet to Mack's mDRIVE™ automated transmission.
GREENSBORO, NC (Nov. 19, 2015) – Mack Trucks today celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Mack Lehigh Valley Operations manufacturing facility located in Lower Macungie Township, Pennsylvania. The first highway truck assembled at the plant, a Mack® F711ST model, rolled off the production line on Nov. 19, 1975. Today, all Mack trucks built for North America and export are assembled at the facility.
GREENSBORO, NC (Nov. 5, 2015) – As racing fans gather this weekend to quench their need for speed, they’ll also have the chance to experience the original daredevil, Evel Knievel. With the help of a Mack® Pinnacle™ 70-inch high-rise sleeper model, Knievel’s 1974 Mack FS786LST model show truck will be on display throughout the upcoming NASCAR triple header, which runs Nov. 6-8 at Texas Motor Speedway.
GREENSBORO, NC (Oct. 26, 2015) - Mack Trucks is showing its support for breast cancer awareness by displaying a pink Mack® Pinnacle™ axle back model at its Greensboro, N.C. headquarters. The truck has been on display throughout the month of October in conjunction with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a nationwide effort to increase awareness of one of the most common cancers among women in the U. S.
Your truck is built to work – just like you. And the last thing you need is to get sidelined on the highway or job site with a worn-out engine. If you’re experiencing any of these performance-related issues, an overhaul can breathe new life into your engine and get your rig back on the road fast.
Since 2013, federal regulations have required all new production trucks to comply with Reduced Stopping Distance (RSD) guidelines (FMVSS-121).
Whether you’re hauling a flatbed across the country or a gravel load across town, you have to trust that your truck will stop quickly and safely whenever you hit the brakes.
For more than 90 years, Bulldog Magazine has been the source for all things Mack. Click here for the digital version of the most recent 2015 issue (or view the PDF).
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