Pinnacle is proud to represent Braun, Demers, and Crestline Ambulances. We believe these manufacturers produce the highest-quality ambulances available. No matter your specification or price range, we offer a model of ambulance that will fit your needs.
Braun Ambulances are known across the U.S. for their safety and durability. Braun is still the only manufacturer to perform a high-velocity collision and rollover on the same ambulance.
Part of being 'Built for Life' is building an ambulance with your preferred layout. From the chassis selection, to the module length, to cabinet height, to the types of seats - we'll build the ambulance that you need.
The aluminum-extruded module of Demers Ambulances are built to hold up under the toughest conditions. Whether you're interested in a Type 1, 2, or 3, Demers offers a product that will exceed your expectations.
For 60 years, Demers has been engineering, innovating, and assembling premium ambulances that offer strong, fuel-efficient, ergonomically-designed features. The small details are what separates Demers from the rest.
The Crestline CCL150 was unveiled in late 2019 to fit a category of ambulance that was missing from the industry. This aluminum module is built to last, and offers a variety of standard features.
We're extremely proud of the affordability of this product, with no compromise made on the quality of materials. All of our customers are surprised by the amount of value packed into the Crestline CCL150, whether its the Type 1 or Type 3 model.
FR Ambulances are designed by medics, for medics. Built with high-quality materials, the ProMaster offers 76" of headroom, ultra-deep aluminum cabinets, a slide-out oxygen cylinder, and many other premium features.
Our customers primarily use the ProMaster for inter-facility transfers. With one of the lowest cost-of-ownerships in the Type II market, increased gas mileage, and low maintenance costs, the ProMaster offers superior ROI.
With Revitalize, you can customize your module and cab to make the changes you want and need.
With typical lead times being 90-120 days, remounting is an extremely quick way to get your hands on a like-new ambulance.