January 7, 2008
REDFORD, MI. Sterling Truck Corporation announced that the highly anticipated Sterling Bullet – a new chassis-cab, Class 4/5 vehicle introduced in March has begun production. The trucks have already begun arriving in dealerships.
Interest in the Bullet has been high,â€ said Matt Stevenson, director of light commercial vehicles for Sterling Truck Corporation. In fact, we™ve filled our production on the Bullet for 2007. We™re excited for our customers to start putting them to work.â€
Ideal for demanding applications including construction, utility, residential services, landscaping, municipal services, and pickup and delivery, the Bullet comes with impressive standard features including a powerful Cummins 6.7L ISB engine with exhaust brake, a power take-off prep package, air conditioning, and cruise control.
Plus, every Bullet comes with the support of the expansive Sterling dealer network.
Sterling dealers have the expertise to spec the right truck for any job,â€ said Stevenson. Plus, Bullet customers will get the kind of service they expect from a commercial vehicle dealer: service centers with longer hours, and technicians trained to get trucks back to work fast.â€
Together with the Sterling 360, the Bullet makes Sterling the only commercial vehicle manufacturer to offer a complete line of Class 3-8 vehicles. For more information about the Bullet and to find a dealer near you, visit http://www.nothingstopsthebullet.com/.
Sterling Truck Corporation, headquartered in Redford, Mich., produces a full line of Class 3-8 work trucks for regional hauling and diverse vocational applications.
Sterling is subsidiary of Freightliner LLC and is the recipient of the 2007 J.D. Power and Associates award for Highest in Customer Satisfaction in Heavy Duty Truck Dealer Service. Freightliner LLC produces and markets Class 3-8 vehicles and is a Daimler company, the world”s largest commercial vehicle manufacturer.
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