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18 – 20 APRIL 2023 • NEC • BIRMINGHAM • UK

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18 - 20 APRIL 2023 • NEC • BIRMINGHAM • UK

T Christie & Son Transport gets MAN TGX Lion S.

Milton Keynes-based T Christie & Son Transport has taken delivery of a special edition Individual Lion S 26.510 MAN TGX truck. Managed by the father and son partnership, Tony and Paul Christie, T Christie & Son Transport’s new 510hp Lion S joins two other New Generation TGX tractors in its fleet of 16 vehicles. The firm’s new TGX Lion S will cover circa 125,000 kilometres a year, transporting products such as white goods. This vehicle, like its predecessors, is on a two-year MAN Truck & Bus Relax R&M package and will be maintained, routinely serviced, and inspected by Ring Road Garage in Buckingham. The TGX is powered by MAN’s latest generation Euro6E compliant, six-cylinder D26 510 hp (375 kW) 12.4 litre engine. Fitted with the MAN GX cab, T Christie & Son Transport’s new TGX comes with the Individual Lion S high specification. Its front grille features red detailing with chrome trims, while chrome highlights also adorn the Individual Lion S sun visor. Black wheels with matching color-coded wheel trims complete the appearance. Tony Christie said: “As a family business it’s vital that we view the marketplace and ensure that we operate vehicles that guarantee efficiency and because of this we keep coming back to MAN. “The high level of focussed service we receive from our local dealer Ring Road Garage of Buckingham is, in short, excellent. Nothing is too much trouble, they are just a call away and are always eager to assist.”    

 

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