Osage Ambulances prides itself in offering sensible solutions for clients with a variety of needs. Many people are in the market for 4x4 ambulances for a number of reasons. Perhaps you are located in a cold enough climate that a 4x4 is necessary to make emergency trips during wintry conditions with lots of snow and sleet. On the other hand, the 4x4 ambulance could be used in a small town in the country that has dirt roads, or in a park setting where there is the risk of needing to perform an emergency rescue in an off-road area.
When it comes to the 4x4 ambulance for sale from Osage, the options include chassis from Ford and Dodge, with wheel base lengths ranging from 165 inches to 189 inches. The vehicle is also available in two different models, the Warrior and the Super Warrior.
The Warrior ambulance is a mid-sized ambulance that falls in between the Brave and Super Warrior models. It offers up enough features and options to be used in emergency conditions, but at a more affordable price point than the Super Warrior. The Super Warrior is the top of the line model and our most popular unit among customers.
The Ford F-450 is part of the F-Series of trucks. These are the best selling trucks in the United States over the course of the last several decades, and they are known for their durability and power. They are also featured on a variety of Osage Ambulances, so they are well suited for the tasks at hand. The Ford F-450 option is available on the Osage Warrior and Osage Super Warrior ambulance models.
Likewise, the Dodge Ram 4500 is utilized by Osage on other models as well. It’s another heavy-duty chassis option, and if there is anything that Dodge trucks have a reputation for it is toughness in difficult conditions. That makes the Ram 4500 the perfect fit for the 4x4 ambulance for sale from Osage. The Dodge Ram 4500 option is available on the Osage Warrior and Osage Super Warrior ambulance models.
The fact that the 4x4 ambulance for sale is designed to be used in off-road conditions or in inclement weather means that it needs to be able to stand up to a lot of challenges. They could be in terms of getting enough power to the ground, dealing with poor traction conditions or keeping the patient cabin at the appropriate temperature. As a result, it’s no surprise that the two chassis options available are from heavy-duty vehicles.