Kenworth offers new options for Kenworth T270 and T370 medium-duty conventional trucks, including a roll-back flatbed application, new chrome round convex mirrors, and added safety systems.
The roll-back flatbed application is now an approved body type for use with the proven Kenworth AG210L single-axle rear suspension on the T270 and T370. The Kenworth AG210L is a 21,000-lb. rated highway, two-bag, rear air suspension that features a proven trailing arm design and provides a smooth ride.
The T270 and T370 also add CX chrome round convex mirrors as an option. The driver and passenger side hood-mounted convex mirrors provide an enhanced side view and help to eliminate blind corners.
The Kenworth T270 and T370 also offer an updated version of the optional, Bendix side object detection system. Changes include increased field of view and enhanced detection. The detection range is now up to 20 feet forward and 20 feet backward from the sensor’s location. The system also adds stationary object filtering when at speeds above 20 mph.
The T270, a true Class 6 vehicle rated at 26,000-pounds GVW, is available as a straight truck and is configured for non-CDL operation. The Class 7 T370 offers a GVW range from 26,001 to 66,000-pounds as a straight truck or tractor.
Additionally, the hood of T270 and T370 tilts a full 90 degrees for wide-open access to the engine and all service points. Both models are equipped with the PACCAR PX-7 engine rated up to 325 hp and 750 lb.-ft. of torque, or with the optional PACCAR PX-9 engine rated to 350 hp and 1,150 lb.-ft. of torque.
Originally posted on Work Truck Online