Kenworth Truck Company displayed three T300s at the recent Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, including a stake bed, van body and tanker truck. According to the OEM, the medium-duty conventional model has become a popular choice with customers because of its quality, durability and reliability, and low operating costs.
The truck is available in Class 6 or 7 configurations, either as a straight truck or tractor with a variety of wheelbases and air or hydraulic brakes.
Steve Gilligan, general marketing manager for Kenworth, said the T300 is a proven product that appeals to a wide range of vocational truck users, including food and beverage haulers, fire departments, propane and fuel fleets, general construction and landscape firms, and dry and refrigerated van operations.
“We’re constantly enhancing our trucks for the medium-duty market,” Gilligan said. “For example, options for the T300 now include a center console containing a workstation for on-the-job efficiency and an Australian burl wood-accented dash for a luxury touch. The truck is also available with optional corner windows that aid in backing up and negotiating tight spots.”