Motorcity launches pickup-mounted AWP in Bahrain

Isuzu D-Max and CO.ME.T access platform combine for 12m work height

The pickup-mounted AWP offers an impressive combination of mobility and reach.
The pickup-mounted AWP offers an impressive combination of mobility and reach.

Motorcity has launched the CO.ME.T X4 truck-mounted aerial work platform (AWP) in Bahrain.

The product, which combines an Isuzu D-Max pickup truck and a CO.ME.T Officine lift, offers a potent combination of portability and reach.

The X4 offers a work height of 12m, a lateral outreach of 4m, an override height of 6m, and a capacity of 150kg.

“With acceptance across Europe and some parts of the Middle East, the CO.ME.T X4 is now ready to serve the Bahrain market,” commented Motorcity, CO.ME.T’s authorised dealer in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

“Following the great success of the Eurosky 21 model, which was introduced last year in Bahrain, it’s yet another milestone for Motorcity to launch the X4, which is the first model of its kind,” the dealer added.

Motorcity contends that the X4 will be particularly well suited to end users operating in the electrical, cleaning, and maintenance sectors, as it can be used for access to indoor areas with low-ceiling entrances.

Moreover, as it is mounted on an Isuzu D-Max, it can be transported to both on-highway and off-road locations.

“The combination of the X4 with the Isuzu D-Max 4x4 pickup is expected to be the trendsetter in Bahrain, suiting all needs of contractors,” Motorcity stated.

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