Manufacturers

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Hino Trucks

Building on 35 years experience and reputation as #1 in the Japanese heavy- and medium-duty truck market, Hino Motors, Ltd. is now the fastest growing truck manufacturer in the U.S.

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Peterbilt Motors Company

On highways, construction sites, city streets, logging roads – everywhere our customers earn their living – Peterbilt’s red oval is a familiar symbol of performance, reliability and pride. With our full line of Class 6-8 trucks, proven array of TruckCare aftermarket support programs and respected network of independent North American dealerships, Peterbilt continues its legendary industry leadership.

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International Power Stroke

7.3, 6.0, and 6.4 liter Power Stroke Diesel engine specs, history, and information.

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Freightliner

Freightliner LLC is North America’s leading manufacturer of commercial vehicles and includes Freightliner Trucks, Sterling Trucks, Western Star Trucks, Thomas Built Buses, SelecTrucks used trucks, American LaFrance fire trucks and emergency vehicles, chassis for van bodies and motorhomes, and Unimog trucks.

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Kenworth

Kenworth Truck Company, a division of PACCAR Inc, is a leading manufacturer of heavy and medium duty trucks.

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Detroit Diesel

Detroit Diesel is the manufacturer of on-highway medium and heavy-duty diesel engines. They engage in the design, manufacture, sale and service of these products.

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GMC Truck

GMC trucks include a great line of new trucks, SUVs and vans. GMC Pickup Trucks, SUVs and Vans – We Are Professional Grade.

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Volvo Trucks

Volvo Trucks North America manufactures, distributes and supports a broad line of Volvo Class 8 trucks and tractors for on-highway and vocational use. New or used truck purchases by our customers are supported by a strong dealer network and by industry-leading parts and service programs.

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Sterling Trucks

Custom-Built Medium and Heavy-Duty Vocational Trucks and Tractors. Sterling was founded by Freightliner LLC in 1998 as a new subsidiary with its own distribution network and distinctive product offerings. Sterling is headquartered in Redford, Michigan, in the Detroit metropolitan area. Freightliner LLC is a DaimlerChrysler company, the world’s leading commercial vehicle manufacturer.