Peterbilt Model 589 available for order; production begins in January

Peterbilt Model 589 available for order; production begins in January

The Model 589 was introduced in May and is the successor to the Model 389.

Peterbilt announced that the Model 589 is now available for customer orders. The Model 589 was announced in May and is the successor to the Model 389. Production begins in January at Peterbilt’s factory in Denton, Texas, the company also announced.

The Model 589 features a wrap-around aluminum grille crown, stainless steel grille, an aluminum hood with 121-inch or 131-inch BBC, dual stainless steel external air cleaners and pod-mounted headlights, according to the company. Peterbilt notes that it can be configured as a day cab or a sleeper in 44-inch, 58-inch, 72-inch or 80-inch options. Additionally, the company notes that the interior of the first 589 Model 589s will be enhanced with an individually numbered commemorative plate installed on the passenger side dash.

Watch our Model 589 walk-around here.

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