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Kenworth T680 52-inch Mid-Roof Sleeper Available with Optional Upper Bunk

December 20, 2013 - Products

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Kenworth has enhanced its 52-inch mid-roof sleeper offering with the addition of an optional upper bunk and aerodynamic roof fairing for the Kenworth T680.
 
The optional, 28-inch wide, comfortable foam upper bunk is now available with the Kenworth T680 52-inch sleeper for regional haul applications that require a second sleeper berth. The upper bunk is for use while the vehicle is parked and not in motion. The T680 52-inch sleeper is standard with a liftable lower bunk that features a 32-inch wide premium pocket coil mattress or an optional, 38-inch wide premium pocket coil mattress.
 
The Kenworth T680 52-inch sleeper’s optional roof fairing is designed to help offer optimal aerodynamics for dry van fleets and truck operators involved in regional haul operations. Without the roof fairing, the sleeper configuration is well-suited for tanker and flatbed applications.
 

The T680 52-inch sleeper is standard with the Paccar MX-13 engine rated up to 500 horsepower and 1,850 pounds-feet of torque.
 
The T680 52-inch sleeper features a stamped aluminum cab, panoramic windshield, robust doors, 3-piece aerodynamic hood, and ergonomically designed luxury dash and interior. A passenger swivel seat is available as an option and expands the living space into the cab to provide even more comfort and convenience when parked.
 
A bunk heater, flat screen TV, premium sound system and factory-installed inverter with optional shore power can be selected for additional comfort. The many driver comfort amenities help give the Kenworth T680’s 52-inch mid-size sleeper the feel of a larger sleeper.

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