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Kenworth taking orders for limited edition interior design

KIRKLAND, Wash. -- Scheduled to go into production this summer, Kenworth is now taking orders for its new Pendleton...


KIRKLAND, Wash. — Scheduled to go into production this summer, Kenworth is now taking orders for its new Pendleton Limited Edition interior on the W900 model introduced at the Mid-America Trucking Show earlier this year.

The W900 Pendleton Limited Edition is available with Kenworth’s 86-inch AeroCab and 72-inch AeroCab AERODYNE sleepers. Kenworth and Pendleton Woolen Mills have combined to produce the new cab and sleeper environment featuring rich brown leather in seats and door pads, leather sofa bed with microfiber suede inserts, wood grain cab interior trim and wool fabric accents.

“Pure and simple, Kenworth’s new Pendleton Limited Edition interior is unmatched in the industry,” said Gary Moore, Kenworth assistant general manager for marketing and sales. “For fleets, it’s an opportunity to reward top drivers by choosing the unique, Pendleton interior package and premium Kenworth W900 to provide comfort, quality and pride of ride. For owner/operators, it’s a chance to choose to spend their time on the road in the World’s Best and show off the latest in luxury wherever they go.”

The leather driver and passenger seats feature Pendleton-designed patterned headrest along with Kenworth’s new armrests that fold back and stow behind the seats for easier, more open sleeper access. The Pendleton Limited Edition also comes with a leather-wrapped steering wheel and can be ordered with the new Kenworth GPS Navigation system with MP3 player.

As a bonus, owners also receive a custom Pendleton travel bag and wool jacquard blanket that shares the design touches found in the sleeper, and a special Pendleton plaque on the sleeper identifies the truck as a special Kenworth W900 Pendleton Limited Edition.


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