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Kenworth launches comfortable cab

Commercial vehicle manufacturer, Kenworth, has released a 760mm mid roof sleeper cab, following the introduction of the T610 and T610SAR last year

According to Kenworth, the new sleeper cab is suitable for many different applications including 19m tippers, tankers, and 19m B-double applications.

“The core of the T610 project was about building a bigger cab to create the ultimate driver environment, which leads to better all-round driving performance, safety, efficiency and productivity” said PACCAR Australia Director of Sales and Marketing, Brad May.

“This 760mm sleeper cab option allows even greater flexibility for our customers whose applications demand it.

“The mid roof allows access under gantries and suits many height-restricted truck and trailer combinations and provides an additional 90mm of head room than the day cab,” he said.

Significantly wider and with increased walkthrough space between seats and greater room head-to-toe for the driver, the T610 reportedly provides vehicle operators a more open and relaxed cabin that is far easier to move around in and rest during breaks. The new mid roof sleeper offers an inner spring mattress with hinged pan for under bunk storage, optional under bunk fridge and open shelving as standard.

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