DENTON, Tex. — To help learn its customers’ opinions and expectations regarding the EPA mandated 2002 engine emission standards, Pete has added a new online survey to www.peterbilt.com.
“There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding the impact the 2002 emissions-compliant engines will have on our industry. The online survey is a way for Peterbilt to gauge how its customers perceive the various issues and their expectations on how those issues should be resolved,” says Nick Panza, Peterbilt general manager and Paccar vice-president.
“As Peterbilt continues to work closely with its engine suppliers, the information we learn from the survey results will be useful in helping ensure our customers continue to get maximum overall value from their investment in a Peterbilt vehicle.”
The survey includes twelve questions and explores topics such as if the new engines will accelerate or delay the decision to purchase a new vehicle, how the pre-owned market will be effected, and how the engines will affect vehicle weight, durability and cost.
To take the survey, visit www.peterbilt.com and click on the “2002 engine survey” banner ad in the lower-right portion of the Web site. Peterbilt says it is offering a free keychain to all North American survey respondents.
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