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KW’s W900L Gets Icon 900 Limited Edition

March 25, 2015

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The Icon 900. Photo: Tom Berg
The Icon 900. Photo: Tom Berg

Louisville, Ky. — Kenworth Truck announced a custom, limited edition version of its W900L at the Mid-America Trucking Show. The Icon model will see a limited production run and KW dealers are now accepting orders.

“Timeless, classic style, heritage of quality, a ‘trucker’s truck,’ ” said Jason Skoog, Kenworth assistant general manager for sales and marketing. “It’s the icon of the trucking industry. We’re proud to recognize the W900L’s heritage with the limited edition Kenworth Icon 900.”

The ICON 900 can be ordered in any color and comes standard with many chrome and stainless steel accessories to make the tractor stand out on the open road, he said. It features a distinctive chrome hood badge, stainless steel fender guards, upgraded headlights with special covers, under-door and sleeper panels, grille closeout panel, and large sun visor.

 “LED panel lights mounted under the cab and sleeper panels, along the roof, and to the front and rear of the stainless air cleaners make the truck visually spectacular when running at night,” said Skoog. Amber LED side turn indicators and 4-inch sealed LED stop, turn and taillights emit a unique glow for a special ambiance. 

 “Inside, we have a custom dash plate showing the production number for this limited model. Also included are high back leather seats with special embroidering to signify the limited edition, the sofa bed is upgraded to leather to match the seats, and the dash surrounds and door pads are chrome,” Skoog said.

KW’s Icon 900 is available with 72- or 86-inch sleepers and engines with up to a 600 hp.

Comments

  1. 1. gary mundy [ April 05, 2015 @ 09:21PM ]

    This is a super truck...far surpassing anything pete ever produced,but i would have thought about bringing back the 900a model w/aerocab updates.either way,if you look up "LARGECAR"in websters,there will be a pic of aw900 for the definition .

 

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