DENTON, Tex. — Peterbilt’s Model 320 low-cab-forward vehicle, which is popular in refuse and other vocational markets, is now available with the higher-horsepower Caterpillar C10 engine.
“The availability of the Cat C10 engine for Peterbilt’s Model 320 gives customers in high gross vehicle weight applications the power they need to haul larger payloads more efficiently,” says Peterbilt assistant general manager Dan Sobic.
The C10 engine — available at 305-, 335- and 350-horsepower ratings — joins the Caterpillar 3126B and Cummins ISC and ISM as an engine option for the 320. It can be converted to dual fuel use in the aftermarket, which, according to Peterbilt, makes it ideal for areas that require or offer incentives for using natural gas/diesel fuel engines to lower emissions.
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