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Peterbilt » 210 / 220 '11

Peterbilt Motors Company and Kenworth Truck Company unveiled new design enhancements for the their medium duty cabovers in the Class 6 and Class 7 markets. Peterbilt's models saved their indexes 210 and 220. The new 2012 designs have paired a lightweight chassis and frame rail with a strategically positioned electrical system to optimize body installation and increase payload capacity. The new models utilize Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology and are 2010 emissions compliant. In addition, the new designs are available with an Allison 2100 Series automatic transmission which helps provide a smooth, comfortable ride. Both vehicles are powered by the reliable, lightweight PACCAR PX-6 with horsepower ratings of 220, 240 or 250 and torque ratings of 520, 560 and 660 lbs-ft, respectively. Ideal for medium duty truck owners, the fuel-efficient PX-6 provides an in-line 6 cylinder 6.7-litre devise with four valves per cylinder, a high pressure common rail fuel system and features the best power-to-weight ratio available in its class. New models are differed from the last generation only by a slight change of front grille.

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