Australian MAN distributor, Penske, has announced a special MAN sale between now and the 31 July  which the company has dubbed the  ‘MANumental’ sale.

The company says MANumental sale includes upfront factory rebates, driveline warranties, entire vehicle warranties, and discounted contract maintenance packages and is being offered on a range of MAN models.

MAN says  that until the end of July, across Australia, trucks sold as part of the MANumental sale will also include a full safety pack, telematics*, and roadside assist packages.

As part of the Monumental program some special added bonuses are being offered including a $15,000 upfront factory rebate, a five year 1 million kilometre driveline warranty and a three-year/600,000km  entire vehicle warranty on the MAN TGX 26.580  and MAN TGX 26.640 models.

Meantime on the MAN TGX 26.510 models  MAN TGX 26.540 there’s the same upfront $15,000 factory  rebate and driveline warranty  with a three year 450,000km entire vehicle warranty.  The MAN TGS 26.510 & MAN TGS 26.540 models also have the same rebate and vehicle warranty as the 510 and 540 trucks, with a five year 800,000km driveline warranty

The special deal on the little MAN TGS 26.440 also delivers the $15,000 upfront factory rebate, a five -year / 500,000 km driveline warranty, and a four-year / 400,000 km entire vehicle warranty

“The MAN truck generation range boasts excellent driver fit, great efficiency and economy features, optimised uptime, and makes for a strong business partner,” said head of MAN Truck and Bus at Penske Australia, Derek Schroff.

“The MANumental program builds on the already remarkable solution MAN offers customers by adding confidence through warranties, telematics, roadside assist, and the safety package,” Schroff said

“Additionally, customers can count on a factory rebate and discounted maintenance packages to place funds back into their operations.”

MAN is a also celebrating a  very special anniversary in 2024 with a major milestone in the history of MAN and road transport  for that matter.

MAN manufactured the first truck anywhere in the World to feature direct injection diesel engine 100 years ago in 1924.

“Penske Australia and  New Zealand is proud to join MAN in celebrating 100 years of diesel technology,” said Schroff.

“This is just one of many milestones in MAN’s storied history, and today, that innovative spirit is as prevalent as ever,” he added.

“From driver fit innovations such as SmartSelect to programable door switches, MAN continues to create many firsts in the industry.

“The MAN range of trucks is sure to impress the most prudent of truck critics and has been a game changer with our customers who are now running these trucks in their businesses,” Schroff concluded.