Allports Group to display right-hand drive Range T High at CV Show 2018

Commercial Motor
April 3, 2018

Lichfield-based Renault Trucks dealer Allports Group will display a Range T High with fully-flat floor at the CV Show.

The T480 tractor unit, one of the first right-hand drive examples in the UK, includes luxury driver seat, convertible upper bunk, refrigerator, microwave, television, cab roof, under-bumper lighting bars, extended catwalk and chrome wheel trims.

Allports will also exhibit vehicles from its own pre-bodied LCV Loader range at the show. They include the Citi Loader, based on the 3.5 tonne Renault Trucks Master chassis, featuring a curtain-sided Aero Luton body, E6 diesel engine that produces 145hp and six-speed gearbox.

In addition, its Opti Loader, also built on the 3.5-tonne Renault Trucks Master chassis, is bodied with an Aero Luton GRP body and tail-lift.

Mark Sanders, MD, Allports Group, said: “As an authorised Renault Trucks distributor, we offer the full range from 2.8-tonnes to 44-tonnes to our local customer base in the Midlands, and are very excited to showcase the new right-hand drive Range T High on our stand at the NEC.

“We also look forward to welcoming national customers to our stand to discover more about the wide range of vehicles and services that Allports Group can provide to the distribution and logistics sector, including our LCV Loader range, our premium specification Deker Trailers and cost effective rental solutions for short and long term hire.”

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