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Spartan Motors predicts strong finish to year

(August 2, 2017) -- "Looking ahead to the remainder of the year, we expect to see stronger year-over-year revenue growth, primarily driven by last-mile delivery vehicle orders, including Reach and walk-in vans, motorhomes and production ramp-up from the new Isuzu F-Series," said Rick Sohm of Spartan Motors. Read More »

Spartan to showcase new chassis at FMCA

(July 11, 2017) -- Spartan's new K3 605 will be on display and features a Cummins X15 605 horsepower diesel engine, an Allison Transmission 4000 MH six-speed electronic transmission, 20,000-pound independent front suspension and 20,000-pound towing capacity. The K3 605 underpins luxury motorhomes, including the Entegra Cornerstone, the Newmar King Aire, Newmar Essex and Newmar London Aire. Read More »

Spartan Motors recalls 721 chassis for starter

(June 12, 2017) -- Spartan Motors is recalling 721 2010-2014 K2 and K3 motorhome chassis and Gladiator emergency response chassis cabs. A component within the starter motor may break, potentially resulting in the starter motor overheating or drawing excessive current. Read More »

Sharman appointed chairman of Spartan Motors

(May 24, 2017) -- "I'm extremely confident in the ability of the board, the management team, and all of the employees at Spartan Motors to support the momentum that's building as we execute on some of the most exciting growth opportunities in Spartan's history," said Sharman. Read More »

Spartan Motors declares 5 cent dividend

(May 5, 2017) -- "We remain committed to returning cash dividends to shareholders while simultaneously reinvesting in the business to support our growth goals," said Adams. "These actions underscore our confidence in our ability to continue to deliver strong, profitable sales and cash flow." Read More »

Spartan Motors reports first quarter loss

(May 4, 2017) -- Spartan Motors today reported operating results for the first quarter ending March 31, during which sales increased 24.9 percent to $167.1 million from $133.7 million. However, net income declined $1.6 million to a loss of $1.1 million. Read More »