Truck Guide 2005

Transportation


FORD COMMERCIAL TRUCKS

www.commtruck.ford.com

(800) 392-3673

Models: E-350, E-450, F-350, F-450, F-550, F-650, F-750, LCF

Classes: 3-7

GVWRs: 9,900 to 33,000 lbs.

Primary Applications: Route delivery, general transport, city delivery/beverage distribution

Key Features: Ford expanded its product line to include the all new LCF, designed to meet the needs of many vocational applications. The F-650/F-750 Medium Duty Trucks provide a wide range of choices in model, wheelbase, powertrain, axle and seat.

MACK TRUCKS INC.

www.macktrucks.com

(610) 709-3011

Model: Mack Vision DayCab

Class: 8

GVWRs: 35,000 to 80,000 lbs.

Primary Applications: Tank and line haul, refrigerated and non-refrigerated transport

Key Features: Vision DayCab offers ASET Highway engine; aerodynamic styling; 'Visibility' doors; ergonomic cab; V-MAC electronics; full complement of Mack and vendor axles, suspensions and transmissions; and OneCall CompleteCare customer support network.

KALMAR INDUSTRIES CORP. (OTTAWA Division)

www.kalmarind-northamerica.com

(785) 242-2200

Models: Ottawa 30, 50, 60

Classes: 7-8

GVWRs: 31,000 to 78,000 lbs.

Primary Applications: Tractors built specifically for spotting trailers in ports, intermodal, freight yards and distribution centers

Key Features: Models offer an hydraulic fifth wheel that eliminates the need to crank landing gear up and down when moving the trailer. Other features include sliding rear door and extended mirrors, as well as an optional raised roof and integral air conditioning with filter.

NISSAN DIESEL AMERICA INC.

www.udtrucks.com

(972) 756-5550

Models: UD 1300, UD 1400, UD 1800CS, UD 1800 HD, UD 2000, UD 2300DH, UD 2300LP, UD 2600, UD 3300

Classes: 3-7

GVWRs: 12,000 to 32,900 lbs.

Primary Applications: Refrigerated and non-refrigerated transport, route delivery, on-highway, long haul, bakery and snack food delivery

Key Features: Nissan Diesel offers a warranty and extended protection plan, rebuildable powertrain components, air conditioning and a strong array of driver amenities.

ISUZU COMMERCIAL TRUCKS OF AMERICA INC.

www.isuzucv.com

(800) 785-5445

Models: N-Series, F-Series.

Classes: 3-7

GVWRs: 12,000 to 33,000 lbs.

Primary Applications: All vocational, city delivery

Key Features: The 2006 N-Series low cab forward trucks offer bold, new styling and redesigned interiors, and more performance and payload-carrying capacities.

MITSUBISHI FUSO TRUCK OF AMERICA INC.

www.mitfuso.com

(856) 467-4500

Models: FE120, FE145, FE145 Crew Cab, FE180, FG140, FK200, FM260, FM300, FM330

Classes: 3-7

GVWRs: 12,000 to 32,900 lbs.

Primary Applications: General delivery, reefer

Key Features: Standard day running lights, power windows and door locks. Optional accessories include AM/FM radio/CD player, spare tire carrier, suspension seat, chrome bumper and mirror options.

STERLING TRUCK CORP.

www.sterlingtrucks.com

(440) 269-5500

Models: A-Line, Acterra

Classes: 5-8

GVWRs: 18,000 to 64,000 lbs.

Primary Applications: Trucks and tractors for dry and refrigerated haul, route delivery, local and regional distribution

Key Features: They include driver comfort, excellent visibility and easy customization. Broad range of engines from Mercedes Benz, CAT and Detroit Diesel. Transmission offerings include manual, semi-automatic and automatic from manufacturers such as Mercedes-Benz, Eaton and Allison. New HX Chassis for A-Line features stronger, lighter weight frames; a new proprietary air cab suspension; a new cooling system; improved maneuverability and additional front and rear suspension options. A-Line is available in 113-inch and 122-inch BBC. Acterra is available in 106-inch BBC.

PETERBILT MOTORS CO.

www.peterbilt.com

(940) 591-4000

Models: 335, 378, 379, 385, 387

Classes: 6-8

GVWRs: 26,000 to 92,000 lbs.

Primary Applications: Pickup and delivery, long haul, local transport, tanker, bulk

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