Bruckner Truck Sales in Colorado is now a Mack Trucks EV-Certified Dealer

Bruckner Truck Sales in Colorado is now a Mack Trucks EV-Certified Dealer

Bruckner Truck Sales offers 36 service bays, 26 technicians, 12 master techs and two EV-certified techs.

Mack Trucks dealer Bruckner Truck Sales, based outside of Denver in Commerce City, Colorado, recently achieved Certified Electric Vehicle (EV) Dealer status. Bruckner Truck Sales will now be able to service and support the Mack LR Electric refuse vehicle and is the first Mack dealer in Colorado to achieve EV certification status. To become EV-certified, dealers must meet numerous safety, infrastructure, charging, tooling and training requirements. Mack executives meet routinely with dealer leadership during the certification process to ensure a smooth transition to electrification.

Bruckner Truck Sales, a Mack Certified Uptime Dealer, offers 36 service bays, one of which is dedicated to electric vehicles. The location has 26 technicians, 12 master techs and two EV-certified techs. One technician is currently in the process of certification. This is the second Bruckner’s location to be EV-certified. Bruckner’s in Fort Worth, Texas, became the first EV-certified Mack dealer in Texas in 2022. Bruckner’s is working to achieve EV-certification status at four other locations.

Bruckner Truck Sales in Commerce City is more than 50,000 square feet and has $2.5 million in parts inventory on hand. Avery said that while the process for certification was stringent, it was well worth it because of the number of customers that have Mack LR Electric refuse vehicles on order, as well as other customers inquiring about electric
vehicles.

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