REDFORD, Mich. — Although it’s best known as a vocational truck, Sterling now offers updated sleeper offerings on its A-Line and L-Line tractors.
“Sterling has always been in the sleeper tractor market,” said John Merrifield, senior vice-president of Sales and Marketing for Sterling Truck Corporation. “We pride ourselves on producing a tough work truck as well as comfortable options for those customers who require a sleeper truck.”
The sleeper interior now features better fabrics, decorative accents and stylish stitching on the wall near the bed, the company reports. Meanwhile, the exterior has a smooth, rivet-free finish providing for better air movement and improved fuel mileage.
Sterling officials say the trucks now offer one of the largest available passageways from cab to sleeper. And the sleeper box can be easily removed for daycab conversion which improves resale value. Sterling trucks can be spec’d with a 50- or 68-inch flat top or a 72-inch mid-roof option. There’s also a 68-inch sleeper known as the Aero Bullet Plus.
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