2010 ATD Truck of the Year Award

2010 ATD TRUCK OF THE YEAR WINNERS

HEAVY DUTY:

Peterbilt Model 384:
2010 ATD Truck of the Year Heavy Duty Winner Peterbilt Model 384The Peterbilt Model 384 is a flexible, highly efficient aerodynamic workhorse for the heavy duty industry. Also available with a factory installed LNG or CNG power platform, the Model 384 is the clean platform of choice for fuel conscious, forward thinking fleets. The Model 384 has been recognized as fuel efficient and environmentally friendly by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) SmartWay program, which establishes a comprehensive set of fuel-saving, low-emission equipment specifications for new Class 8 long-haul tractors and trailers.n just its fifth year in the market, the Hino 268 model has achieved tremendous market share growth and is recognized as a market leader in fuel economy, durability and reliability. This is in large part because Hino strives to provide the lowest cost per mile vehicle in its class. The fact that the Hino 268 has been able to provide this low cost of ownership, has helped it soar to a 14 percent market share in the Class 6 market. New for the 2011 model year truck, which goes into production in May 2010, Hino has added Selective Catalytic Reduction to meet the stringent EPA 2010 emissions regulations.Kenworth and its world class engineers were not deterred by the challenges of the 2010 EPA engine emissions regulations. As it answer, the company introduced the T700, which advances Kenworth's rich aerodynamic legacy by delivering excellent low cost operation. The T700, which targets over the road and team drive operations, also provides outstanding driver comfort, advanced technology, and excellent residual value. The T700's ergonomic cab has modern dash styling, state-of-art multiplexed instrumentation, and the Kenworth Driver Information Center.      

MEDIUM DUTY:

Hino 268:
2010 Truck of the Year Medium Duty Winner, Hino 268In just its fifth year in the market, the Hino 268 model has achieved tremendous market share growth and is recognized as a market leader in fuel economy, durability and reliability. This is in large part because Hino strives to provide the lowest cost per mile vehicle in its class. The fact that the Hino 268 has been able to provide this low cost of ownership, has helped it soar to a 14 percent market share in the Class 6 market. New for the 2011 model year truck, which goes into production in May 2010, Hino has added Selective Catalytic Reduction to meet the stringent EPA 2010 emissions regulations.The 2012 MY Hino 338 features the J-Series Hino engine, now producing 260 HP with an increased torque of 660 ft-lbs. The roomy cab interior makes the Hino 338 a perfect truck for three man teams, and provides excellent visibility for the driver. For the 2012 MY, Hino's telematics solution, INSIGHT powered by Webtech Wireless, is available to report up to 50 different vehicle and engine related performance measurements.