PETERBILT ANNOUNCES MODEL 220 UPDATES

Peterbilt announces new design features and options that result in weight savings, better performance and improved serviceability for the Peterbilt Model 220.

Among the new features is a redesigned vertical exhaust. The single canister aftertreatment in this design replaces the former dual canister design, saving up to 100 lbs. per unit. The design also increases the Model 220’s cab-to-axle distance by six inches. The battery box in this exhaust configuration has also been reduced in size, resulting in a combined weight savings of up to 165 lbs.

The standard battery box cover on the Model 220 has also been enhanced for 2017. The battery box cover is now made from lighter-weight aluminum instead of steel. In addition to being lighter weight, the aluminum battery cover has better corrosion resistance and enhanced overall aesthetics.

All the 2017 enhancements are available for immediate order. Peterbilt launched the Model 220 in 2014 and is available for multiple applications including urban pick-up-and delivery, refuse, landscaping, street sweeping and striping.

Peterbilt Motors Company, located in Denton, Texas, has a global reputation for superior quality, industry leading design, innovative engineering and fuel efficient solutions, and is recognized as the “Class” of the industry. Peterbilt provides a comprehensive array of aftermarket support programs through its 350-plus North American dealer locations that complement its full lineup of on-highway, vocational and medium duty products, including alternative fuel vehicles. Peterbilt offers industry leading service and support, including SmartLINQ remote diagnostics, preventive maintenance plans, expedited Rapid Check diagnostic services, automated parts inventory replenishment and 24/7 complimentary Customer Assistance through 1-800-4-Peterbilt. For more information about Peterbilt, visit www.peterbilt.com.

Peterbilt is a PACCAR Company, traded publicly on the NASDAQ as PCAR.