Dennis Eagle Trucks
Dennis Eagle’s ProView chassis is designed specifically for waste collection but is also a good base for road striping or concrete mixing applications. The low-entry cab gives drivers the best view of the road and has been proven in the toughest climates in the world. The American-made ProView is built in Summerville, South Carolina, by Dennis Eagle, the world leader in design and manufacturing of refuse vehicles as part of the Terberg Environmental Group. Rush Truck Centers has 19 dealerships across the country that have new chassis in stock as well as bodied-up inventory available.
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Designed for Refuse Applications.
Dennis Eagle is part of the Terberg Environmental Group, which specializes in manufacturing chassis, bodies and specialty equipment for refuse markets around the world. The group’s eco-technology solutions are used worldwide with a focus on providing the right solution, with the right quality to ensure satisfaction the world over. Based on Dennis Eagle’s knowledge of refuse collection operations around the world, the ProView is American-made and purpose-built for the North American market. The low-entry ProView is compatible with a range of bodies to meet our customers’ needs.Download Brochure
Frequently Asked Questions.
Dennis Eagle trucks are produced by United Kingdom-based Terberg Environmental Group, the environmental division of the Royal Terberg Group. The American-made Proview Chassis is manufactured at Dennis Eagle’s facility in Summerville, South Carolina.
The Dennis Eagle ProView Chassis features a 6-cylinder, 8.9L Cummins ISL engine and an Allison Transmission World Series 3000RDS to provide top-of-the-line fuel efficiency, performance, maneuverability and safety.
Drivers can expect uninterrupted engine power, impressive acceleration while gear-shifting and superior traction control from the ProView powertrain. The combination of the Cummins engine and Allison Transmission also allows for improved maneuverability at low speeds and in tight spaces.
The cost of a Dennis Eagle truck can vary greatly depending on the model, year, mileage, condition, configuration and added customizations. View our new and used Dennis Eagle truck inventory and contact us for a customized quote.
Low-entry chassis are typically lower to the ground and only have two or fewer steps leading into the cab. The ProView features a single, non-slip step to enter the cab and is only 18.4 inches above the ground. It is the only vehicle that offers a truly flat, unobstructed walkthrough cab to minimize driver and crew safety issues.
The ProView has a large panoramic cab that offers the driver ultimate visibility. The narrowed "A" and "B" pillars improve peripheral vision to prevent blind spots, while longer, unobscured windows give enhanced over-the-shoulder visibility at junctions. The driver’s seat is also closer to the road to give the driver a better sense of the vehicle’s proportions and better visibility of other vehicles and obstacles.
DEConnect is Dennis Eagle’s proprietary telematics package developed specifically for waste collection and refuse applications. DEConnect comes standard on all ProView Chassis and connects with the engine, drivetrain and hydraulic and electric systems to allow for remote vehicle health monitoring and fault diagnostics.
Rush Truck Centers also partners with Geotab, the leading provider of commercial telematics, to offer one of the most advanced solutions for remote diagnostics and monitoring services. When you install the compact Geotab GO® device in your Dennis Eagle truck, you will have access to real-time data for visibility into the activity of your fleet so you can take steps to optimize fleet performance. And our RushCare Customer Support Team can provide a variety of technology and support solutions to increase your uptime, improve safety and strengthen compliance.
Rush Truck Centers is the largest commercial vehicle dealership in the country and currently operates 19 full-service Dennis Eagle dealerships in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Tennessee.
Our Rush Truck Centers dealerships are staffed by factory-trained, ASE-certified technicians qualified to work on heavy- and medium-duty vehicles of all makes and models. We currently have 19 dealerships certified to service and sell parts for Dennis Eagle trucks.