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Canada is next stop for Kenworth van body program

KIRKLAND, Wash. -- The Kenworth Medium Duty Van Body Program has added a third premium manufacturer, and the first ...


The Kenworth Medium Duty Van Body Program has found a new home in Canada.
The Kenworth Medium Duty Van Body Program has found a new home in Canada.

KIRKLAND, Wash. — The Kenworth Medium Duty Van Body Program has added a third premium manufacturer, and the first one in Canada, to provide customers with one-stop medium-duty truck and van body purchase in Canada.

Customers in Canada purchasing Kenworth’s T300 Class 6 and Class 7 models will receive a choice of dry van bodies in five popular lengths and options from Commercial Babcock. Kenworth is offering 18-, 20-, 22-, 24- and 26-foot dry van bodies under the program.

Customers benefit from expedited delivery with standard bodies mounted within 21 days from the time the chassis arrives at the installation location in Brampton, Ont., noted the manufacturer.

“The expansion of this medium-duty program into Canada extends the reach of Kenworth’s reliable, high-quality T300 Class 6 and 7 models in the Canadian marketplace,” said Gary Moore, Kenworth assistant general manager for marketing and sales. “Canadian customers will benefit from the availability and convenience of one-stop shopping for their trucks and van bodies with the support of Kenworth dealers in Canada.”

The Kenworth T300 can be ordered with van body and options using Kenworth’s PROSPECTOR ordering system available at Kenworth dealers. The T300 and body purchase are conveniently included on a single invoice.

The Kenworth Medium Duty Van Program also can be combined with PACCAR Financial and PACCAR Leasing programs to help assist customers in obtaining competitive monthly payments.


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