Peterbilt reintroduces Model 389 Pride & Class package

Peterbilt reintroduces Model 389 Pride & Class package

Peterbilt Motors Co. has reintroduced the Model 389 Pride & Class package due to popular demand, the company announced.

Peterbilt says key external features of the Model 389 Pride & Class package, initially introduced with a limited production run in 2014 and 2017, include a highly-polished hood crown surrounding a classic style louvered grille sheet, a brightly-polished hood spine, chrome hood side accents and polished hood fenders. The side of the truck is accentuated with polished rocker panels, bright cowl skirts, battery box, fuel tanks and trimmed mud flaps. The exterior look is finished off with a polished exterior sun visor, bumper, exhaust stacks and a Pride & Class emblem on the sleeper.

The features of the Model 389 Pride & Class package continue on the inside of the truck as well with a platinum arctic gray interior, charcoal dash top and blackwood-finish trim accents throughout the cab. Black leather seats are embroidered with the Pride & Class logo on the headrests. Bright gauge bezels, a steering wheel and Pride & Class emblems on the dash and accent trim round out the interior, Peterbilt says.

The Model 389 Pride & Class is available now for order through Peterbilt dealerships.

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