Pierce's timeless industry-standard chassis offers big improvements.
The Saber chassis was built with the value-driven firefighter in mind - delivering advanced visibility, greater space, improved ergonomics and streamlined serviceability at an affordable price.
Visibility & Space
- Exceptional visibility is achieved through a large, bonded, single-piece, wrap-around windshield.
- The smaller engine tunnel is lower & more contoured for increased occupant space, particularly up front for the driver & officer.
- The forward roof design offers a cathedral ceiling feel with increased frontal visibility & more configurable space.
- Exterior door handles are functionally designed for a firefighter's gloved hand.
- The steps are lower to the ground & offset to function like a stair step, making it easier for firefighters to enter & exit the cab.
- The console & metal overhead switch panel
areergonomically designed for maximum convenience & comfort, keeping all of the gauges & switches within easy reach of the driver.
- Easy access to the defroster & wiper motors through removable officer-side panels.
- Power distribution relocation provides more interior space & fewer harnesses ion the frame & up through the cab for easier servicing.
- Built-in wire raceways throughout the cab reduce the chance of wire chafing & make it easier to service or add cab harnesses & wiring.
50-degreecramp angle & 15-degreeangle of approach for improved maneuverability in those tight areas & challenging situations.
370 - 450 hp
Length 60" or 70" / Width 96"
Cab Roof Style
Flat or raised (10")
|Cab Dimensions||Length 60" or 70" / Width 96"||Cab Roof Style||Flat or raised (10")|
|Doors||Barrier or full height||Electrical System||Hard Wired|
|Frame Rail||10-1/4"||Front Axle Suspension||Leaf|
|Frontal Air Bags||Default||Rear Axle Suspension||Leaf, rubber, or air; single or tandem|
|Seating Capacity||8||Side Roll Protection||Default|
|Alternator||270 - 360 amp||Cramp Angle (maximum)||50°|
|Engine||Cummins L9||Engine Horsepower||370 - 450 hp|
|Front GAWR (maximum)||20,000 lb||Rear GAWR (maximum)||44,000 lb|
|Transmission||Allison 3000 EVS|
An increased cab tilt angle improves access to the chassis components under the cab.
Oversized door handles
Exterior door handles are functionally designed for a firefighter's gloved hand.
Larger front door
Side visibility is improved by a slightly larger front door and a narrower A-pillar.
Forward roof design
The forward roof design offers a cathedral ceiling feel with increased frontal visibility & more configurable space.
Low, offset cab steps
The steps are lower to the ground and offset to function like a stair step, making it easier for firefighters to enter and exit the cab.
Single front windshield
Exceptional visibility is achieved through a large, bonded, single-piece, wrap-around windshield.