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Ryder adds ‘As-Is’ trucks to online listings

Ryder System, Inc. is “making it easier than ever for customers to find a pre-owned vehicle to meet their needs” through the addition of “economical ‘As-Is’ condition vehicles, cab and chassis, and high-horsepower trucks to its existing online catalog of commercial trucks, tractors, trailers and vans, the company says. Its selection of pre-owned cab and chassis trucks includes diesel-powered straight trucks with a full range of payload capacities as well as cab and chassis units, including RyderStrong certified cab and chassis, and high-horsepower trucks. “Ryder is committed to offering the greatest selection of pre-owned commercial vehicles for sale at affordable prices,” said Eugene Tangney, vice president of Asset Management & Vehicle Sales. “By making ‘As-Is’, cab and chassis, and high-horsepower trucks available for purchase atwww.usedtrucks.ryder.com, customers now have a convenient way to search and view our entire available-for-sale inventory online,’ he added. Per Ryder, customers may choose from over 5,000 pre-owned commercial vehicles available online at any time.  The company stated that it has the largest inventory of pre-owned vehicles for sale in North America— noting that it sells more than 17,000 vehicles a year from over 59 used truck centers.
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