Sterling Truck Corporation has introduced three new factory-installed safety options: Bendix air disc brakes; the Eaton-VORAD collision warning system with SmartCruise; and Meritor WABCO’s roll stability control (RSC) system. They’ll be available on Sterling Set-Back A-Line, Set-Back L-Line, Set-Forward L-Line, and Acterra models.

As well, the company says the new DD15 engine is now available for order in Sterling Set-Back A-Line and Set-Back L-Line trucks for on-highway applications. It comes in output and torque variants from 455 hp to 560 hp and 1550 to 1850 lb ft, including dual torque ratings for special applications.

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