Kenworth Truck Company announced the initial tour stops for the Kenworth T680 Road Tour, which will visit 100 Kenworth dealers in the United States and Canada throughout the year.
The T680 tour opens Tuesday, May 8, at MHC Kenworth in Denver. During May and June, the T680 tour truck and comprehensive trailer exhibit will also visit Kenworth dealerships in Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin and the provinces of Ontario and Quebec.
The Road Tour features the new T680, available with a new 76-inch Aerodyne sleeper or as a day cab. The T680 is standard with the 12.9-liter Paccar MX engine.
The double-expanding, 53-foot T680 tour trailer has nearly 1,000 square-feet of exhibit space. Visitors can watch a feature video on the “Building of the Kenworth T680”. View T680 displays featuring industry-leading aerodynamics, a full day cab, the new sleeper, seats, trim levels and interior color options, robust effortless-closing doors and test the new air-assisted hydraulic clutch’s ease of operation.
Here are the initial stops on the Kenworth T680 Road Tour:
May 8: MHC Kenworth – Denver / Denver, Colo.
May 10: MHC Kenworth – Kansas City / Kansas City, Mo.
May 15: Kenworth of Omaha / Omaha, Neb.
May 18: Rihm Kenworth /St. Paul, Minn.
May 22: Wisconsin Kenworth – Windsor / Windsor, Wis.
May 25: Kenworth Concord / Concord, Ontario
May 29: Kenworth Montreal / Ste-Laurent, Quebec
June 1: Kenworth of Buffalo / Buffalo, N.Y.
June 5: Kenworth of Pennsylvania – Carlisle / Carlisle, Pa.
June 8: Kenworth of Indianapolis / Indianapolis, Ind.
June 12: MHC Kenworth – Nashville / Nashville, Tenn.
June 15: MHC Kenworth – Mableton / Mableton, Ga.
June 19: Kenworth of Birmingham / Birmingham, Ala.
June 22: MHC Kenworth – Dallas / Dallas, Texas
June 29: Inland Kenworth – Phoenix / Phoenix, Ariz.
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