2011 Hino 268 and Peterbilt Model 384 Named as the American Truck Dealers (ATD) Commercial Truck of the Year for 2010

American Truck Dealers reports that the Peterbilt Model 384 and the 2011 Hino 268 have been awarded the titles as the American Truck Dealers Commercial Truck of the Year for 2010.

The ATD Commercial Truck of the Year recognizes one winner from the medium-duty truck category (classes 3-7) and another from the heavy-duty truck category (class 8). The medium-duty contest was new for 2010.

Judging criteria was based on innovation, design, fuel economy, driver and owner satisfaction, ease of maintenance and safety. The judging panel consists of journalists from leading truck publications in North America.

Photo Credit: Peterbilt

Peterbilt.com describes the Peterbilt Model 384 as EPA SmartWay compliant with fuel savings of between 10 and 20 percent and significantly reduced NOx, particulate matter and other air pollutants. The Model 384 also offers a more fuel-efficient aerodynamic design and reduced chassis weight.

Photo Credit: Hino Trucks

“We are honored to be the first recipient of the ATD medium duty Commercial Truck of the Year award,” said Sumio Fukaya, president and CEO of Hino Motors Sales U.S.A., Inc. “This is a true testament to the hard work of our design team and their efforts to produce a truck that meets the demanding needs of our customers.”

“Hino’s 2011 model year trucks, assembled in Williamstown, W.Va., will be the only conventional medium duty trucks not to use credits to meet the stringent 2010 EPA emissions regulations,” Fukaya said.

Source: American Truck Dealers, Peterbilt, and Hino Trucks


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