Peterbilt 567 Eau Claire WI
The Peterbilt 567 near Cleveland OH is car that brings impressive performance to the vocational segment. This capable truck offers the versatility needed to excel in this very competitive market. The Model 567 can be equipped with several body types that customize the truck for different industries.
Allstate Peterbilt is the ideal place for business owners throughout the midwest to build or supplement their vocational fleet. Allstate Peterbilt Group includes several locations near Eau Claire, and throughout the rest of Wisconsin and the Midwest. Find your nearest location to begin the process of building or upgrading your fleet.
Peterbilt 567 Body Types and Vocations
The Peterbilt 567 can be customized for many different vocational markets and uses. The Model 567 is available in multiple axle options. This includes a set-back front axle configuration designed to maximize maneuverability and weight distribution. The steer axle ratings check in at 22,000 pounds. Other options offered include single, tandem or tridem drive axles and multiple lift axles.
Powering the Peterbilt 567 is PACCAR’s MX-13 engine. Depending on the configuration, this engine is able to produce up to 500 horsepower and 1,850 pound-feet of torque.
Peterbilt designed the Model 567 to be as durable as possible. The cab of the truck is made out of aluminum that maximizes durability while eliminating weight. The truck’s sloping, Metton hood reduces weight while also maximizing driver visibility. The interior design includes a dash with a long-lasting finish that is resistant to scratching and wear. Peterbilt’s signature pod-mounted headlamps make replacement and repair easy.
Allstate Peterbilt Group is able to take the framework provided by the Model 567 and add the necessary body to create the vocational truck you require. Our team works directly with an impressive group of some of the best body builders in the industry. Get in touch with Allstate Peterbilt Group right away and let our team begin the process of building your Peterbilt Model 567.