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Rizon Truck offering two new Classes 4-5 models

May 23, 2024
The Daimler Truck North America brand's new vehicles come with an expanded capacity offering and upgraded warranties

Rizon Truck is expanding its electric Classes 4-5 lineup with two new models, the e18Mx and the e18Lx, the company announced at the 2024 Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Both come with additional capacity and an updated warranty package.

“We're happy to bring Rizon back to the ACT Expo to mark the first anniversary of our brand's debut,” said Andreas Deuschle, the global head of RIZON Truck. “A lot has happened since then, including customer handovers and Rizon's entry into the Canadian market. Now we are ready to offer our model year 2025 trucks. By increasing the gross vehicle weight and updating the warranty, Rizon is taking an important step forward to provide customers with the best solutions for their businesses.”

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According to the company, the e18Mx and the e18Lx both offer an upgraded payload capacity of 18,850 lbs., about 855 lbs. more than the current capacity of 17,995 lbs. Additionally, both models will come with a warranty package that protects the powertrain and high-voltage electrical equipment for 8 years or 120,000 miles, and the high-voltage batteries for 8 years or 185,000 miles.

The new trucks are designed for urban and last-mile delivery, Rizon Truck said. Both are customizable for different body options, such as box trucks and stake beds, and both have a tight turning radius for maneuverability. Additionally, each will come standard with safety options such as collision avoidance. Finally, each truck can go 160 miles on a single charge, the company stated, and both support Level 2 AC and DC fast charging.

Rizon Truck is accepting orders for the 2025 model year.

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