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Peterbilt Salutes Canada’s 150 with an Anniversary Edition of 389

Peterbilt Salutes Canada’s 150 with an Anniversary Edition of 389

Peterbilt announced it will produce a special Canadian 150 model of the iconic Model 389 with distinctive styling and exclusive Canadian features.

“Canadian owner-operators and premium carriers can honour Canada with the addition of Peterbilt’s Model 389 Canadian 150th Anniversary Edition” says Kyle Quinn, Peterbilt General Manager and PACCAR Senior Vice President. “It delivers proven productivity, dependability and uptime combined with unique styling and understated elegance.”
The Model 389 Canadian 150th Anniversary Edition is configured with a 131-inch BBC and can be spec’d in 72 and 78 inch sleeper configurations.

Exterior features of the Model 389 Canadian 150th Anniversary Edition include:

Louvered grille sheet reminiscent of the 1950s Model 351 grille;
Exhaust Stacks etched with “Canada 150”;
Bright bumper with 150th Anniversary emblem;
Bright rocker panels, cowl skirt and sun visor;
Polished battery box, fuel tanks and quarter fenders;
Numbered Canadian 150th Anniversary Emblem on each side of the sleeper; and
Special formulated Legendary Canadian red paint colour.

Inside the cab, Model 389 Canadian 150th Anniversary Edition has exclusive features and branding that include:

Platinum-level Arctic Gray interior with a dark top dash with blackwood finish accents on the dash, doors, manual transmission shifter knob and sleeper cabinet trim;
Peterbilt Premium Leather Seats Featuring a Maple Leaf on the Headrest, and
Stylized steering wheel.

“The model 389 Canadian 150th Anniversary Edition holds its own among Peterbilt’s most iconic trucks,” Quinn says. “Through unparalleled performance and unique designs, it commands attention and furthers our tradition of providing trucks with industry-leading quality.”

The Model 389 Canadian 150th Anniversary Edition is available now for order through Peterbilt dealerships with production scheduled for May 15, 2017