KIRKLAND, Wash., Nov. 5, 2018 – With two Kenworth W990 Road Tours now underway, customers are getting a first-hand look at the new model, fitted with either the 76-inch mid-roof sleeper or as a day cab.
As part of the Road Tours, Kenworth dealers offer customers an exclusive showing of the truck, provide food, and open up the hood of the W990 for an up-close look at the power behind the truck – the PACCAR MX-13 engine.
Kenworth has announced the launch of a new truck in the W900 family, and the design and craftsmanship in the new Kenworth W990 is proof of the balance struck between legacy and innovation.
The long-hood W990 measures 131.5 inches from bumper to back of cab, and comes standard with the PACCAR MX-13 engine. Designed for a broad range of applications, the W990 is the perfect truck for line haul, pick up and delivery, regional and heavy haul.
Fuel efficiency largely depends on how a truck is initially designed. It’s cost effective to invest in the right truck base instead of trying to make an ineffective truck work for you by constantly investing in components. Also, consideration should include the drive and duty cycles. There is a difference between the two. Drive cycle is basically how […]
Trevor Pasmann, Corporate Used Truck Sales Manager Cited in Wall Street Journal Article About Trucking Industry
Our very own Trevor Pasmann, Kenworth Sales Co., Corporate Used Truck Sales Manager was cited in a recently published Wall Street Journal article you can read here! The article discusses the state of the used trucks market and how fleets are handling it. Prices are low – come see our used truck inventory!
Fleet managers spend a significant amount of time controlling their operational costs. Fuel takes the largest chunk of the fleet budget, and therefore it is necessary to opt for strategies that may help you cut down on your fuel expenses. With the advancement in modern technology, a number of technologies have cropped up, such as telematics, that can help reduce the total mileage of your fleet’s drive. Similarly, the equipment which reduces the engine time is worth evaluation as well.