<p>Rainier offers a number of cab-over-engine (COE) models, including the RT2600 Class 6 model. <em>(Photo courtest of Rainier)</em></p>

Ordering products off the internet isn't new in today’s fast-paced e-commerce environment. But Rainier says it is trying to create a better working relationship with dealers and customers and the factory by offering online truck ordering anytime and from anywhere. 

With just a few clicks to choose the model and options, a truck can be ordered online and delivered to the nearest Rainier dealer. Rainier said it is the only truck manufacturer with an online order drop-down menu on its website for both dealers and retail customers.

Rainier said it has worked to create a solid deal for both the dealer and customer through its online ordering in order to offer a faster, hassle-free purchasing process that doesnt require haggling over the price. 

Rainier trucks are offered with either the Cummins 6.7L diesel, rated at 300 horsepower and 600 lbs.-ft. of torque or the 6.4L Hemi that achieves 370 horsepower and 429 lbs.-ft of torque, which is standard on the Class 4-5 models. A 6.7L Cummins diesel engine that achieves 325 horsepower and 750 lbs.-ft. of torque will be standard on the Class 6-7 models. Load leveling air suspensions is standard on all models. 

Originally posted on Trucking Info