kscarbel2 Posted November 16, 2018 Share Posted November 16, 2018 Renault Trucks Press Release / November 14, 2018 Renault Trucks is expanding its range of used trucks and bringing out a new model from the "Used Trucks Factory" incorporated into the Bourg-en-Bresse manufacturing site. The T P-Road is the result of converting Renault Trucks T Tractors into Rigids to meet customer demand. Renault Trucks is bringing out a customized used rigid - the T P-Road - to meet the specific requirements of customers looking for high-quality, certified, used rigids. This new model (a Renault Trucks T X-Road worksite supply truck) is the latest addition to the manufacturer's existing "Used Trucks Factory" range of customized used vehicles. In the Used Trucks Factory workshop at the Bourg-en-Bresse manufacturing site, rigorously-selected, recent, used tractors are first checked against a more than 200-point checklist before being converted in accordance with the truck builder's manufacturing standards. Prior to any conversion, Renault Trucks design office and quality engineers carry out a specific study of each conversion project. The industrial manufacturing process and quality control meet the same demanding standards as those applied when manufacturing a new vehicle. To carry out the conversion, the cab, drive chain and suspension are first removed so that the existing rails can be replaced by new rails with a customized wheelbase. This guarantees the vehicle's robustness and suitability for any type of body and purpose. The T P-Road undergoes the same strict quality control and systematic road test as new vehicles before delivery to Renault Trucks dealerships. The T P-Road is currently available in the 4x2 frame version, with a choice of three different wheelbase lengths (5600, 6000 and 6500 mm) as required. Vehicles can also be customized for driving schools and removal companies. The T P-Road is guaranteed for one year or 120,000 km. This manufacturer's guarantee (Selection Label) covers all drive chain components (engine, gearbox and bridges). . Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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