Freightliner revises M2

Weber, Rick
November 2006
Trailer / Body Builders;Nov2006, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p65
Trade Publication
The article talks about Freightliner's introduction of an M2 revision of the sit-down dual drive model, featuring a new center console with enhanced switch locations and dual cup holders. The model was introduced for Business Class M2 106 and 106V truck models in 2005. Fontaine Modification installed the model's dual drive feature which is an ideal option for refuse and municipal applications that require right-side driving and controls.


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