DENTON, Tx. — Peterbilt Motors Company says its popular low-cab-forward Model 320 truck is now available with the Cummins ISL engine.
“For Model 320 customers who are sensitive to vehicle weight, the Cummins ISL is significantly lighter than any other engine in its class, yet provides ample power and reliability,” says Dan Sobic, Peterbilt assistant general manager.
“Additionally, the Cummins ISL features a patented high-pressure fuel system that delivers high injection pressures independent of engine speed for enhanced throttle response, fuel economy and emissions reduction.”
Two models of the Cummins engine are available – a 310-hp version with 1,050 ft. lbs. of torque, and a 330-hp engine with 1,150 ft. lbs. of torque. The engine is standard with the Horton Drivemaster fan clutch and a Cummins 18.7 CFM air compressor.
The Peterbilt 320, popular in sanitation and municipal applications, can also be ordered with options including a Jacobs C-brake, Cummins engine protection system, Allison HD Series transmissions and Eaton-Fuller transmissions.
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