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Heavy-Duty Performance, Medium-Duty Chassis
September 16th, 2008
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This go anywhere do anything family of trucks shares similar DNA but can be spec”d from a Class 5 truck all the way up to a Class 7. Whatever your vocation, these trucks can be custom made to suit your specific needs. Learn more about each model below:
Peterbilt Model 325,330,335, and 340 Highlights.
- Model 325- Ideal for the complete range of Class 5 applications including vehicle recovery and towing, pick-up and delivery and business services such as parcel delivery, landscaping and construction. The Model 325 is rated at 19,500 pounds in a straight truck configuration. It is equipped with the new fuel efficient PACCAR PX-6 engine available in 200 HP and 300 HP ratings and torque ratings up to 620 lb.-ft.
- Model 330- A high quality and high value solution for the Class 6 vocations. With its available 26,000 pound GVW rating, this product provides non-CDL capability in both air and hydraulic brake configurations.
- Model 335- A perfect offering in the Class 7 segment. This 335 spans GVW ratings from 31,000 to 33,000 pounds and is available in single axle truck and tractor configurations. The Model 335 offers broad option content to continue the Peterbilt legacy of strong and versatile medium duty products that consistently outperform the competition.
- Model 340- With GVW ratings of 33,001 to 66,000 pounds, available single axle and tandem axle configurations, and many critical vocational environments where the competitors” light duty cabs fail to live up to the more demanding service requirements, applications, and environments.