The Pennsylvania Powerhouse is back and they’ve kept things interesting for 2013. The Mack CXU613 is part of Mack’s Pinnacle model line, and features some real tough componentry placed into some elegant lines (but not too elegant, it’s still a Mack, after all).
2013 Mack CXU613 Sleeper
The main goal for Mack in developing the Pinnacle line of long haul tractors? Durability and resale value. The line features 3 sleeper cab styles and both axle forward and axle back configurations.
The Pinnacle Sleepers maintain the option of removing the sleeper box, based on driver necessity. This is a huge advantage as it extends the life of the truck and adds significant trade-in value. Most road chassis accrue high miles and get traded in or are retired. But thanks to the durability of Mack products, drivers can reconfigure the sleeper into a DayCab, giving the truck a second life for local and extended regional hauling.
These cabs are equipped with Co-Pilot, an LCD monitor with more than 50 display modes. It lets truck drivers keep an eye on fuel economy, multiple trip data, and detailed maintenance and fault summaries. Available in 48”- and 56”-flat-top, 60”- and 70”-mid-rise or 70”-high-rise models, these Mack trucks are ideal for overnight and regional hauls, drop-deck applications or long-distance runs.
Power Plant Options
The MP engine series is the heartbeat of the Mack Pinnacle line. These highly fuel-efficient power plants deliver plenty of horses along with great low-end torque to give the CXU613 plenty of muscle to keep you on schedule.
The MP7 engine features a horsepower range from 325 to 405. The MP8 provides a class-leading 505 horsepower.
The engines meet the strict 2010 EPA emissions requirements with near-zero emissions through the Mack ClearTech SCR System, refined through one million road-test miles.
View all the specifications and options for the Mack CXU613 model here: 2013 CXU613 features and specs
To view more high quality photos of the Mack CXU613 Sleeper cab, visit Mack Trucks Online.
And finally – here’s a home made video by a trucker who just bought his Mack CXU613 and he’s plenty proud of it. ‘Til next time truck drivers – have a good one!