These units will be charged to the US and Canada markets.
Since its launch in April of this year, the Kenworth mid-range new vehicles are now in production Packer In Quebec’s Ste-Thares, it will be subject to its commercialization in the United States and Canada.
“Our new intermediate trucks are a key addition to the world’s best product line. Vice President Kevin Benny said.
Meanwhile, PACCAR Ste-Thérèse’s plant manager Zakib Toubal-Seghir shared that Canadian factory workers are committed to building the best medium-distance trucks. “Every vehicle they build is equipped with the latest technology,” he stressed.
The manufacturing facility has produced nearly 240,000 intermediate trucks since its inception in 1999.
The new Kenworth vehicles are available with 6.9-liter PACCAR PX-7 and 8.9-liter PACCAR PX-9 engines. Similarly, Kenworth Cummins Westport offers an 8.9-liter L9N natural gas base with zero emissions.
Strong yet lightweight new PACCAR TX-8 8-speed automatic transmission standard; Can support up to 1,000 lb.-ft Torque with 57,000 pounds.
These trucks can be configured with a standard low roof or high roof option. The bass is 63 inches high, 4 inches shorter than the raised one, making it ideal for height restricted applications.
Kenworth’s new intermediate vehicles serve a wide variety of applications, including refrigerated and dry box; Beverages, Public and Government Services; Fuel movement, fire department and mobile workshop, to name a few.