GAFFNEY, S.C.—Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation is thrilled to announce the introduction of a brand-new, innovative brochure—the Pop-up Chassis. Now, RV dealers can advance the art of presenting the XC chassis to a completely new dimension. Instead of just telling customers about the many inherent features and advantages of the XC chassis, now they can show them. In fact, a customer can virtually "hold" an XC chassis right in his or her hands.
This first-of-a-kind sales aid measures 8.5" x 11" and folds open to a full 11" x 17" to reveal a three-dimensional model of the XC chassis, complete with a comprehensive explanation of key features and benefits. It also pinpoints the location of Freightliner Customer Chassis’ more than 400 dedicated service locations around the United States. This three-dimensional sales and training aid transports the advantages of the XC chassis from the imaginary to the tangible.
"This is a major upgrade in the methods of presenting the XC chassis to customers—and in sales training," said Dean Schaper, Director of Sales and Marketing for Freightliner Custom Chassis. "Now, a customer can actually see and understand what makes a Freightliner Custom Chassis superior to the competition, rather than just imagine it."
The Pop-up Chassis will be available October 2005 in RV dealerships that sell motorhomes equipped with the XC chassis. Dealers and customers alike should benefit from using this industry-leading brochure.
"A chassis is an integral part of any motorhome, and a chassis presentation should be an integral part of any sale," said salesman Ron Pengrey of Colton RV. "This is state-of-the-art—just like any Freightliner chassis."
"We’re the leaders in chassis manufacturing—whether they are real ones, or models," added Schaper.
Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation manufactures premium chassis for the motorhome, delivery walk-in van, school bus and shuttle bus markets. It is a subsidiary of Freightliner LLC, the leading heavy-duty truck manufacturer in North America. Freightliner produces and markets Class 3 – 8 vehicles under the Freightliner, Sterling, Western Star, American LaFrance, and Thomas Built Buses nameplates and is a company of DaimlerChrysler, the world’s leading commercial vehicle manufacturer.