Three things you didn't know about the Peterbilt Model 567 truck

Three things you didn’t know about the Peterbilt Model 567 truck (in about three minutes)

Peterbilt Motors Co. may have unveiled a new lineup of Class 5-8 medium-duty trucks, but the tried-and-true Peterbilt Model 567 offers new updates as well. First offered in 2013 in a set-back front axle configuration, which then expanded to a set-forward axle configuration availability in 2015. It’s the most-built vocational model in Peterbilt Motors Co. lineup and—you know what, I’ll let Tony Sablar, Peterbilt Motors Co.’s vocational marketing segment manager, explain the rest. Watch the video above to find out what’s new with the Peterbilt Model 567.

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