With up to 31,100 lbs. of off-road payload capacity, ACELA’s 4×4 and 6×6 Monterra is the most capable, versatile and reliable wheeled vehicle solution available on the market today, designed speciﬁcally to dramatically improve operational capabilities productivity. Acela Truck Company, manufacturer of North America’s most capable trucks, now offers purpose-built High Water/Flood Rescue Trucks in both 4×4 and 6×6 variations of it’s Monterra™ line of truck chassis. With 47-inch tires, 23-inches of ground clearance, waterproof starter, waterproof alternator and a proprietary 50-inch water fording capability, there is no other modern truck platform that can compete when it comes to reliable and safe operations in ﬂood waters. Available models and customizable conﬁgurations can safely transport up to 27 seated passengers (incl. driver) with ample room and payload for pets, personal property and rescue gear.
Monterra ﬂood rescue trucks can be used for virtually any disaster response such as tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards, and earthquakes, easily traveling over or through large debris, sand and mud or double as brush/wildland ﬁre engines, Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) support vehicles, cargo haulers and SAR/SWAT team troop carriers, in any rural or urban environment. Monterras come standard with a bumper to bumper parts and labor warranty.
When fully-loaded, the Monterra boasts a whopping 8-inches more ground clearance than any other truck in its class, providing access to areas other trucks can’t operate.
With all Monterra parts commercially available, ACELA’s after-sales support is second to none.
Full-Time All-Wheel Drive
330HP Caterpillar 7.2L
Turbo-Charged Diesel Engine
Allison Automatic 7-Speed Transmission Top Speed up to 74 MPH (119 km/h)
Multiple 4×4 and 6×6 Variants
with 90% Parts Commonality
U.S. Army “Ultra-Reliable” Certification 22″ Ground Clearance
Central Tire Inflation System (CTIS)
Contact Us Today for more information on this very capable High Water Flood Rescue Truck that we have appropriately named the “Texas Flood”
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