What a success story! With the Neo series, the developers at Frankia have designed a true bestseller. These models now account for a whopping 21 percent of all Frankia sold. And around 70 percent of them are ordered in the 3.5-ton class.
It was only a matter of time before the two semi-integrated variants would soon grow. The Frankia Neo will also be available as an integrated for the next season!
Initially also with two floor plans that basically correspond to the semi-integrated models. The shorter Neo MI 7 BD is only 6.88 meters long and – just like its semi-integrated brothers – 2.24 meters wide.
Body door only access
Unusual: The integrated come as standard without a cab door. The only access is therefore the body door. The advantages are said to be less weight, better insulation and more space for storage compartments.
A driver’s cabin door can be booked as an option. The AL-KO low frame chassis, on the other hand, comes as standard, as does the heated double floor, the cab seats from Aguti, LED headlights and 150 hp diesel.
The final prices were not known at the time of going to press. But the new Neo should start under 100,000 euros.