Firefighter driven.

The Impel® chassis offers an excellent value, with a long list of standard features and available options.


Improved visibility and easier maintenance.

impel exterior

Panoramic Windshield

The large, single-piece, bonded windshield and daylight windows increase visibility. The three-blade wiper system provides better coverage of the panoramic windshield surface.

Pierce’s Exclusive One-Eleven Mirrors

Mirrors are positioned to minimize both the body and head movements of the driver and increase visibility around the vehicle.

Fast Access Service Tilt Hood

One-piece, full width, lift-up hood allows for easy maintenance and fast access to the windshield washer fluid, coolant overflow, power steering, windshield wiper motor and cab lift controls.

Generously Sized Door Handles

Large exterior door handles are generously sized to fit the firefighter’s gloved hands.

Wide Cab Doors

Wide cab doors make entry safer and exit quicker and more efficient for firefighters.

Lift & Tow Front Bumper

Lift and tow mounts are placed at a standard location for tow truck lift systems.

Forward Roof Design

The forward roof design offers a cathedral feel ceiling with increased frontal visibility and more configurable space.


Command Zone display

Command Zone™

Cutting edge capabilities to maintain your apparatus, prepare for calls and monitor performance on the scene.

Husky 3 panel


Husky™ 3 is the only entry-level foam system available with Class A and Class B capabilities.

Husky 12 display

Husky™ 12

Designed especially to handle structure fires, wildland fires, automobile and small class B fires. All with the performance of a fully-integrated Pierce Foam System.

Husky Industrial Options

Husky™ Industrial

Capacities up to 330 gpm and is capable of supporting a 5,000 gpm discharge rate while using a 6 percent foam concentrate. The digitally controlled foam proportioning system responds rapidly and accurately to changes in water pressure and flow. 

Hercules CAFS Options


The most economical, reliable and firefighter-friendly systems you can buy. You’ll protect private property, reduce structural damage, leave better evidence for investigators and most importantly, save lives.

Firefighter beside truck


The PUC minimizes the vehicular space used for fire suppression and maximizes the space for tools and equipment.  

IFS schematic

TAK-4® Front Suspension

Independent Front Suspension (IFS), stops faster, corners better, improves handling, offers better ride quality and is far more maneuverable than any straight-axle truck on the road. 

TAK 4 IRS schematic

TAK-4® Rear Suspension

Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) operates like IFS, but provides power to the wheels. With the ability to add TAK-4 T3, the 100% mechanical steering system further improves control and mobility.


Chassis: Impel™

Engine: Cummins L9

Engine Horsepower: 370 – 450 hp

Transmission: Allison 3000 EVS

Alternator: 270 - 430 amp

Front GAWR (maximum): 23,000 lb

Front Axle Suspension: Leaf or TAK-4® Independent Front Suspension

Cramp Angle (maximum): 45°

Rear GAWR (maximum): 54,000 lb

Rear Axle Suspension: Leaf, Rubber, Air, TAK-4®, or TAK-4® T3; Single or Tandem

Frame Rail: 13-3/8"

Cab Width: 100"

Cab Length: 60", 70" or 84"

Cab Roof Style: Flat or Raised (10" or 20")

Seating Capacity: 10

Doors: Barrier or Full Height

Side Roll Protection: Default

Frontal Air Bags: Default

Electrical System: Command Zone™