DENTON, Tex. Peterbilt’s Class 8 low-cab forward Model 320 popular for refuse applications is now available with the Cummins ISM engine.
The new 11-litre engine option is available with horsepower ratings from 280 (1,150 ft.-lb. torque) to 350 (1,350). It is the largest engine available for this model.
"The new Cummins ISM option will help provide customers with the power and durability associated with a large bore engine," said Scott Pearson, Peterbilt Assistant General Manager of Sales and Marketing. "The Model 320 is a proven workhorse and often used in rigorous stop-and-go applications, such as refuse collection. The ISM engine provides a new level of robustness for greater reliability and longer life, helping result in more uptime and lower service requirements."
The Model 320 is also available with the Cummins ISC rated up to 315 horsepower (950 ft.-lb. torque) and the Caterpillar C7 rated up to 300 horsepower (860). Both are seven-liter engines.
For more information visit www.peterbilt.com.
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