They hosted dozens of medium-duty fleet owners and managers at the Paccar manufacturing facility in Sainte-Thérèse, QB, giving tours of the plant, educational seminars and test drives of the company’s Class 6-7 lineup in various configurations.
“Peterbilt’s Commitment to Class customer events are an excellent way for our company, our customers and our dealers to spend focused time exploring the many advantages of Peterbilt’s products, including the wide range of available configurations,” said Robert Woodall, Peterbilt assistant general manager of sales and marketing.
Among the vehicles on display were the cabover Model 220 in pickup and delivery and beverage distribution applications; the Model 330 in a security transport spec; the Model 337 in CDL and non-CDL configurations; and vocationally spec’d Model 348s.
The Paccar facility in Ste-Thérèse, which opened in 1999 and has produced more than 100,000 vehicles, manufactures Peterbilt’s Class 5-7 conventional models. Peterbilt’s Class 6-7 cabover Model 220 is manufactured at the Paccar plant in Mexicali, Mexico.
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