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New and Used Cabover Truck - COE For Sale with Morgan Bodies in Michigan

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2021 CHEVROLET 4500 Cabover Truck - COE, Box Truck - Straight Truck, Dry Van in Grand Rapids, MI
Stock Number: 21LC4W


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2021 Chevrolet 4500 LCF Gas, 4500 LCF GAS 150 WB REG, , Regular Cab Chassis-Cab, , ARC WHITE,ENGINE 6.6L V8 SIDI GMPT-V8 8 CYLINDER V IRON BLOCK 350 h...
Berger Chevrolet - Website
Grand Rapids, MI - 497 mi. away
2020 ISUZU NPR Cabover Truck - COE in Center Line, MI
Stock Number: I505358
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2020 Isuzu NPR-HD gas engine, 14,500 gross rated truck with a 20 foot Morgan with a ramp. Translucent roof, power windows and locks, E-track, heated d...
Ed Rinke Chevrolet Buick GMC Isuzu - Website
Center Line, MI - 374 mi. away

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    Find Cabover Truck – COE For Sale

    Cabover Truck – COE: Short for Cab Over Engine, the driver sits about the engine compartment. No sleeping compartment. Since the driver sits above the engine in this design, there is no need for a hood, creating a flat-faced truck with no nose.

    In its hay day, this truck was wildly popular among trucking fleets because it allowed them to use longer trailers without violating the length laws of the time. While laxer laws related to length of trucks on the road in the U.S. have made them less popular in the States, they are still widely used throughout Europe, Japan, and Australia.

    This cab design is making a bit of a comeback in the U.S. as nostalgia for these designs kicks in and trucking companies are growing more desperate (thanks to a growing driver shortage) to improve driver retention rates. Some companies are using these trucks in certain areas in an effort to attract and retain experienced drivers.

    Whether addressing the nostalgia factor or driving in countries that have different road systems where these types of cab designs are more effective, there are still plenty of options on the road today for fleets interested in the Cabover Truck – COE.