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“T” TIME | TRUCK REVIEW-POWERTORQUE delves deeper into the appeal of the T610

POWERTORQUE delves deeper into the appeal of the T610 The release of the Kenworth T610 has created a lot of discussion among drivers and operators, and so it should. The T610 is the result of seven years, and over $20 million of investment from PACCAR, and represents the biggest single update in the Australian Kenworth model range for a very ...

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CLEVER WITH CONCRETE | TRUCK REVIEW – Constable Brothers Concrete discuss the move to 10×4 Kenworth T359 agitators

PowerTorque visits Constable Brothers Concrete to discuss the move to 10×4 agitators In the construction industry, as with the transport industry, there are a few big players, and many smaller operations competing with them for work. While the competition may be tough, having the right equipment and attitude can make all the difference. One small company that has succeeded through ...

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GO WEST- David Meredith Road Tests the NEW KENWORTH T610 | Truck REVIEW KENWORTH

David Meredith heads into the great red (and currently green) yonder at the wheels of a brace of T610 Kenworths The offer was irresistible; join a two-day run from Darwin to Broome through the Territory’s lush monsoonal green with two Kenworth factory engineering development specialists and a couple of the new T610s – an Aero and an SAR. Following on ...

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Sibling Rivalry

  Kenworth now offers a PACCAR MX13-litre along with Cummins power for the Australian market. Dave Whyte takes a first drive around Melbourne The Australian road transport industry is in an almost unique position, where we have a choice of trucks from around the world available to new truck buyers. We even have some unique combinations, mixing and matching components ...

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Shared Aspirations

  Kenworth and DAF join forces to present a 13-litre alternative for the Australian market If you want to be a success in the truck business, there’s a lot to be said for being able to achieve a genuine commonality of product offering. Whether you call it vertical integration or just common sense, reducing the variables in componentry can achieve ...

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