The fire truck was picked up in Bradenton, Fla., and driven back to Monett in October.
Engine 1113 features a 1,000-gallon water tank and a 50-gallon foam tank, in addition to larger storage compartments and the new LED lighting technology.
The truck tops out a 58-miles per hour, a safety feature for the unit when it is fully loaded.
Firefighters will transfer equipment from two older units to fully equip the larger rig.
The new standard police issue Dodge Charger, one of two new vehicles purchased for the police department, can reportedly travel in excess of 130 miles per hour. It has been fully equipped with an onboard computer system, radar, heavy-duty disc brakes and other features specific to police vehicles. It also features more leg room, allowing for officer comfort during long patrols.
The change out of police vehicles is part of the ongoing process to rid the department's fleet of older vehicles and replacing them with new models.