Quality: Where Form Meets Function
At Spartan, we go to great lengths to evaluate the
fit and finish
of every cab and chassis.
We pay special attention to ensure the trim pieces have minimal gaps and properly align with one another.
We also judge the tactile quality of the parts that our customers normally touch, and whether doors open and shut smoothly. After all, these are just some of the subtle yet perceptive indicators of the quality of our vehicles.
Our old Spartan Engine #10 has logged over 60,000 calls and 200,000 miles. We were so pleased with the performance of this unit that we recently purchased another Spartan to replace it.
– Fire Garage Supervisor, Rich Stearns
Tacoma Fire Dept., WA
We are extremely impressed with the superior handling and quiet operation of our new Spartan Gladiator.
– Chief Pat Parker
Grand Traverse Metro Fire Dept., MI
I am very pleased with the quality of this truck and hope to be purchasing another new unit in a couple of years.
– Chief Jay Hawley
Napoleon Township Fire Dept., MI
We are very satisfied with the fit and finish of these trucks and feel the overall paint quality of Spartan has improved with the addition of their new Cab Plant.
– Glendale Fire Dept., AZ
Since purchasing our first Spartan roughly eight years ago we have been very impressed with the performance of Spartan's products. I am very pleased with the outcome of our second truck within a years time period.
– Chief Brouwer
Wright-Tallmadge Fire Dept., MI
That truck is the pride of our fleet and the envy of several other departments around us. It has responded to several high profile accidents/incidents both in and out of our area in which everyone was very impressed not only with its capabilities and functionality, but the detail and craftsmanship your people put into this truck.
– Captain Steven Gill
Harrisburg Fire Dept., NC
Spartan Chassis, by far, has the best cab and chassis on the market. I continuously hear positive feedback from fire fighters regarding the performance, maneuverability, and cab design of a Spartan.
– Dan Cass, Fleet Supervisor
Colorado Springs Fire Dept., CO