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Peterbilt trucks
Peterbilt Motors Company, founded in 1939 Denton,Texas is an American manufacturer of medium- and heavy-duty Class 5 through to Class 8 trucks. A subsidiary of Paccar, which also owns its longtime competitor Kenworth, it operates manufacturing facilities and has its headquarters in Denton, Texas. It also has a factory in Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec.

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Facilities

From 1939 until the mid-1980s, the company was based in the East Bay area of Northern California. The original plant was in Oakland, which closed in 1960 and moved to nearby Newark. Truck production moved to Denton, Texas at the close of 1986, but division headquarters and engineering remained in California until 1992, when a new administrative complex and engineering department at the Denton plant were completed. The Madison/Nashville plant opened in 1969 in Madison, Tennessee, for the east-coast market. Originally it only manufactured the 352/282 cabover, then conventional production began in the 1970s, until it was closed in 2009. Production of class 8 trucks continues at the Denton, Texas plant.

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Current Models

  • 389: Peterbilt introduced the 389 at the Mid-America Trucking Show in 2006. The 389 replaced the 379-127." The BBC of the 389 comes in at just over 131" making it the longest hood Peterbilt has ever offered. The 389 features new headlamps with a stylish wraparound design, new fender front and rear trim (the rear bracket is a styling cue back to the step on the old 351 fender). The 389 offers the same popular configurations that 379 offered. The 389 went into production in late 2006 as 2008 models and officially replaced the 379 in March 2007. The built-after-January 1, 2007 EPA compliant engines dictated many of the changes to the new Peterbilt models. The 389 model is also available in Australia as right hand drive conversion from 3rd party companies. Converted cabs are also available for export worldwide.
  • 367: The 367 replaced the 357 and the 378. Both have new 123" BBC lengths with fiberglass hoods. SBFA as well as HeavyHaul configurations are available. The 367 retains the older "379 family" headlight options, although now mounted to the hood skin rather than the grille surround and crown.
  • 365: The 365 replaced the 357-111". The 365 has a 115" BBC and is aimed at the construction markets.
  • 330, 337 and 348: These models are the class 6, 7, and "baby 8" units for pick up and delivery, short hauls and vocational applications. Built in the Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec plants, the 330, 337, and 348 are often used as platforms for snowplows, fire apparatus, and construction trucks. The 337 replaces the 335, while the 348 replaces the earlier 340 model. The newer versions can be recognized by no longer having a split windshield.
  • 325: The Model 325 is ideal for the complete range of Class 5 applications including vehicle recovery and towing, lease/rental, pick-up and delivery and business services such as parcel delivery, landscaping and construction. The Model 325 began production in mid-July 2007.
  • 220: Both COE use a DAF cab and are targeted to the local pick-up and delivery market. The Peterbilt Model 210 has a wrap-around windshield and tight turning ratio for the ultimate in maneuverability. The Model 220 delivers a combination of maneuverability, visibility with a GVW of 33,000 pounds.
  • 579: The 579 is Peterbilt's latest aero model which features a 2.1 meter cab. The Model 579 has a wide, spacious cab that surrounds the driver in comfort and efficiency. Through interviews and testing, drivers helped to design the optimal size for the new cab. A detachable sleeper adds versatility and the longevity of a second life for highest resale value. The 579 provides efficient fuel consumption and optimized aerodynamics to deliver the most cost-effective Class 8 model to date. It has a lightweight aluminum cab, newly designed ergonomic dash, standard air disc brakes, 123" BBC and detachable sleeper.
  • 567: The new Model 567 is specifically designed with rugged durability and quality construction to endure the rigors of dump, logging, construction and the harshest of vocational applications.The new aluminum cab structure is stronger for long-lasting endurance and ruggedness and comes standard to meet severe-service requirements. The durable Metton hood is lightweight and strong, withstanding impacts that would shatter or crack fiberglass, and it opens a full 90 degrees for easier access to key service points for improved serviceability. Construction Equipment magazine road tested a 567.

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