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Peterbilt Dealers Offer Purchase Incentives

April 6, 2000

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Now through May 15, customers who purchase a new Peterbilt from dealer inventories can save thousands of dollars through a new purchase incentive program.

Peterbilt dealers around the country are offering incentives on any in-stock model Class 7 or 8 truck. Customers who buy a qualifying truck from a participating Peterbilt dealer can receive free preventive maintenance for a year and free fuel.
Customers get a special Peterbilt TruckCare preventive maintenance package for one year or 100,000 miles (up to 40,000 miles for medium-duty Models 270 and 330), which includes chassis lube, oil and filter change, and inspection. The maintenance program is valued at up to $1,750 depending on the engine.
Customers also will get a valuable fuel card worth thousands of dollars and redeemable at more than 4,000 truckstop locations across North America.
In addition, long-haul customers who purchase any unit equipped with an Eaton Fuller 8LL, 13-, 15- or 18-speed transmission from dealer stock get a free extended warranty. Multispeed transmissions with torque ratings up to 1,850 pounds-feet will be warranted for five years or 500,000 miles.

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"Peterbilt recognizes that high diesel fuel prices have put a strain on many fleet owners and independent truckers. But these same truck operators need new trucks in order to operate efficiently," says General Manager Nick Panza. "Our dealers want to help customers through this period."

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