5/24/2012 1:30:00 PM
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BELLEVUE, Wash. â€” Kenworth Truck Co. presented its first K370, a Class 7 cabover, to Coca-Cola Refreshments here Thursday.
The model compliments Kenworthâ€™s T370 conventional diesel-hybrid Class 7, which has been in use for several years, said Gary Moore, Kenworthâ€™s general manager.
The truck, the first of seven to be delivered to Coca-Cola, will be used for local Seattle-area runs, said Bob Slack, the firmâ€™s vice president of field operations for the Pacific Northwest.
The truck has a 6.7-liter Paccar Px 250-hp engine. Kenworth is also offering a Class 6 K270 cabover, company officials said.
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