Kenworth Adds Options to Support Heavy-Duty Applications

The T370 is a medium duty vocational truck, and shares a heavy duty heritage and key components with Kenworth’s heavy duty vocational trucks.

Fri September 09, 2016 - National Edition
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The Kenworth T370 is adding a durable straight steel channel bumper, larger size 385/65R22.5 steer tires, and rugged, molded thermoplastic fender extensions to benefit vocational customers.
The Kenworth T370 is adding a durable straight steel channel bumper, larger size 385/65R22.5 steer tires, and rugged, molded thermoplastic fender extensions to benefit vocational customers.

Kenworth is enhancing its reliable, rugged and versatile Kenworth T370 with additional new options that further expand its capabilities for vocational customers.

The T370 is a medium duty vocational truck, and shares a heavy duty heritage and key components with Kenworth's heavy duty vocational trucks.

Now, the Kenworth T370 — already offered with heavy duty 16,000-, 18,000- and 20,000-lbs. (7,257, 8,164 and 9,072 kg) front axles — is adding a durable straight steel channel bumper, larger size 385/65R22.5 steer tires, and rugged, molded thermoplastic fender extensions to benefit vocational customers. The heavy front axles can be paired with 46,000-lbs. (20,865 kg) rear axles to create specifications ideally suited for vocational applications, such as dump, fuel delivery, utility, crane, service trucks or mixers.

“The Kenworth T370 already provides excellent performance and value for a wide range of medium duty and vocational applications,” said Kurt Swihart, Kenworth marketing director. “Now, Kenworth is enhancing this proven performer to bring cost-effective operation and heavy duty performance to truck operators in even more demanding vocational applications.”

The T370 is available with Meritor or Dana non-drive front steer axles rated from 16,000- to 20,000-lbs. and 44,000- and 46,000-lbs. heavy duty tandem-drive rear axles. The T370 can be spec'd with the PACCAR PX-9 engine rated up to 350-hp and 1,150 lb.-ft. of torque.

For more information, visit www.kenworth.com.


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