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Acterra trucks available with fuel-efficient Eaton six-speed transmission

Sterling Truck Corporation recently announced the availability of the Eaton Fuller UltraShift Highway Value (HV) six-speed transmission as an option for all Sterling Acterra trucks. “By partnering with Eaton to include its UltraShift HV in our popular Acterra model, we are providing enhanced fuel efficiency combined with the strength and drive-ability expected from our trucks,” said Richard Shearing, manager of product strategy for Sterling Trucks. In a study conducted by an independent, third party firm, the Ultra-Shift HV results in urban fuel economy that is six- to 19-percent more efficient than the leading conventional automatic transmission – depending on the duty cycle.

Bullet can be customized for the demands of any job

Standard features on Sterling’s Bullet include a powerful Cummins 6.7L ISB engine with exhaust brake, a power takeoff prep package, and a rugged 34-inch wide, 50,000-psi frame for easy body builder upfit. The Bullet is also offered as a regular cab in four wheelbases or as a quad cab in two wheelbases, and features two- or four-wheel drive and optional snow plow and towing packages. These trucks include manual or optional automatic transmission, standard air conditioning, easy-to-read gauges, an adjustable tilt steering wheel, and driver and passenger airbags. Some other notable base model options include cruise control, fog lights, power windows and locks, power trailer tow mirrors, and numerous radio options. A premium interior package is available, with options including a navigation radio with available GPS, and a cloth six-way power seat.

Study reveals Sterling Bullet leads class in fuel efficiency

The Sterling Bullet leads the Class 4 to 5 cab chassis market in fuel efficiency, according to a new report from independent automotive research institute Transportation Research Center, Inc. When tested against two competitive, similarly spec’d products, the Bullet used between 14 and 23 percent less fuel, resulting in a potential advantage of 1.3 to 2.0 miles per gallon. This results in a potential annual savings of between $900 and $1,300 based on the truck traveling 20,000 miles per year and an average diesel fuel cost of $3.50 per gallon. “More business owners are looking for a Class 4/5 truck that can increase productivity and efficiency and the Bullet really delivers,” said Matthew Stevenson, director of Daimler Trucks North America’s Light Commercial Vehicles group. “Not only is the Bullet a reliable, versatile vehicle, it also can save owners a lot of money.” The newest member of the Sterling family, the Bullet is ideal for demanding applications including construction, utility, municipal services and more. Several impressive features come standard on the Bullet, including a powerful Cum-mins ISB 6.7L engine with exhaust brake, a power take-off prep package, and a rugged 34-inch wide, 50,000 psi frame for easy body builder upfit. Offered as a regular cab in four wheelbases or as a quad cab in two wheelbases, the Bullet also features two- or four-wheel drive and optional snow plow and towing packages.

Sterling 360

The Class 3 Sterling 360 is the lightest product in Sterling’s full range of Class 3-8 trucks. Introduced in early 2006, the Sterling 360 is a versatile low cab-over truck that maximizes fuel economy, potentially saving $600 or more a year, the company reported.

Sterling Bullet enters Canadian market

The Bullet is the latest addition to Sterling’s full line of Class 3-8 work trucks and was spec’d with Canadian needs in mind. Standard features include a powerful Cummins 6.7L ISB engine with exhaust brake, a power takeoff prep package, and a rugged 86.4-cm (34-inch) wide, 50,000-psi frame for easy body builder upfit.

Class 3 Sterling 360, the lightest vehicle in lineup

The new Class 3 Sterling 360 is the lightest product in Sterling’s full range of Class 3-8 trucks. With a gross vehicle weight rating of 12,500 pounds, the Class 3 Sterling 360 is an ideal tool for businesses that don’t require the capacity of a Class 4 or 5 truck. The Class 3 model also features an On-Board Diagnostics system (OBD-II), a new standard for light vehicles.

New unit for commercial market

The Sterling Bullet comes standard with a 6.7-litre Cummins ISB engine with an exhaust brake, a power take-off prep package, and a 34-inch wide, 50,000-psi frame for easy body builder upfi t . It is offered as a regular cab in four wheelbases, or as a quad cab in two wheelbases. It also features either two- or four-wheel-drive and optional snowplow and towing packages.

Bullet chassis cab

The mid-range, class 4/5 range Bullet chassis cab is ideal for application in construction, landscaping, municipal services and utility markets. The Bullet comes standard with a 6.7-litre Cummins ISB engine with an exhaust brake, a power takeoff prep package, and a 34-inch wide, 50,000-psi frame for easy body builder upfit . It is offered as a regular cab in four wheelbases, or as a quad cab in two wheelbases. It also features either two- or four-wheel-drive, and numerous options.

2- or 4-WD and snow plow or towing packages

The Sterling Bullet is offered as a regular cab in four wheelbases or as a quad cab in two wheelbases. It also features two- or four-wheel-drive and optional snow plow and towing packages.

Set-forward truck has improved visibility

Sterling Truck’s new, heavy-duty, vocational truck was specially developed for the construction market. It is the latest addition to Sterling’s family of work trucks and is available in 101- and 111-inch BBCs.

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