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Mauck2 opens new horizons for Sprinter conversions

DATTCO leads nationwide sales as national distributor

The versatile Mauck2, a stylish and sophisticated multi-purpose commercial transportation vehicle, evolves from the Mercedes-Benz-Freightliner Sprinter chassis.

Mauck2, Columbus, OH, is the manufacturer of the innovative Mauck2, a stylish and sophisticated multi-purpose commercial transportation vehicle built on the Mercedes-Benz Freightliner Sprinter chassis. Fitted to the 70-inch-wide 3500-series Sprinter cab-chassis, the vehicle is technically a cut-away with an additional 10 inches of interior width with greater window views and more dramatic styling than the standard Sprinter. The body is slightly more than 16 feet, with 85 inches of rear overhang.

The custom windows with vented lower sections and multitude of interior options allow the Mauck2 to serve various applications such as a luxury limo, sports and tailgate vehicle, shuttle, small tour bus or conversion shell.

Mauck2 LLC, Columbus, OH, named DATTCO, Inc., New Britain, CT, as its exclusive national distributor for the Mauck2. The diverse 85-year bus transportation company will select dealers and service professionals from across the country to sell and service the Mauck2, which is currently in use by private companies, municipalities, and individuals nationwide. The DATTCO sales team has shown the Mauck2 across New England and is rolling out national demonstrations through the company’s associate dealer network and select trade shows.

The Mauck2 frame structure constructed of steel tubes also supports the standard composite flooring. The body panels are of gel-coated fiberglass bonded to the frame with optional wall and ceiling insulation treatments available.

As the Sprinter GVWR is 11,000 pounds with a 4,700-pound chassis, more than 4,000 pounds are available for interior appointments and payload. Rocker compartments, automatic entry step and automated rear hatch are options, as well as auxiliary air conditioning and wheel/suspension upgrades. Mauck2 builds each vehicle on order.

Mauck2 delivered its first guest transport vehicle to the Hyatt Place Grandview Yard, Columbus, OH.

The company plans to market this new shuttle version to the hospitality corporate and tour segments of the small bus market. The Mauck2 is also available from Creative Mobile Interiors with a small motor home interior to provide more personally customized transportation.

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