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.
Jeff Loudermilk can tell you anything you want to know about Hilco Transport, but he laughs when you ask about uptime. He stopped tracking it years ago, because he didn’t have enough issues to report. His 381-truck fleet — 279 of which are Mack Pinnacles™ and Granites® — keeps rolling, season after season, regardless of climate or application. Downtime is a distant memory.
GREENSBORO, NC (Sept. 20, 2016) – Mack Trucks is offering customers with concrete mixer applications a lighter-weight solution to meet their demanding needs.
GREENSBORO, NC (Sept. 19, 2015) – Mack Trucks today announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with WheresMyConcrete to develop future service options for Mack® Fleet Management Services.
GREENSBORO, NC (Sept. 15, 2016) – In support of National Truck Driver Appreciation Week Sept. 11-17, Mack Trucks is recognizing the industry’s 3.5 million professional truck drivers for their commitment to delivering goods safely, securely and on time.
Climb into any cab today, and odds are it’ll be running with self-adjusting brake adjusters (S-ABAs). In fact, an estimated 95 to 98 percent of tractors on the road today have automatic slacks, largely because they’ve been required on all heavy-duty vehicles since 1994.
Blue, black or white exhaust. A knocking noise coming from your engine. Reduced acceleration, with or without a hard start. These are only a few signs it might be time to overhaul your heavy-duty Mack® truck’s diesel engine. Because even legendary durability may need a reboot over time.
No two trucks are the same. There are thousands of options out there to customize your rig, including the many different types of wheels on the market. Whether you need to stay light or you’re hauling the heaviest of loads, you’ll need to choose from steel or aluminum wheels to get the job done.
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The Mack Granite model is built to handle the most challenging jobs, which is why it was the No. 1-selling Class 8 heavy duty conventiona...
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