Kenworth T660

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Kenworth T660
Kenworth T660 of SRT.jpg
Kenworth T660 with the 72" Aerodyne AeroCab
Overview
Manufacturer Kenworth
Production 2008-2017
Assembly Kirkland, Washington
Designer Kenworth
Body and chassis
Body style

Class 8 Conventional

  • Extended Day cab
  • Sleeper Cab
Layout 6x2/6x4
Related

Kenworth T600

Kenworth T680
Powertrain
Engine Paccar MX13 380-500 hp, Cummins ISX15 400-600 hp
Transmission 18 speed, 13 speed, 10 speed, ultrashift
Chronology
Predecessor Kenworth W900

The Kenworth T660 is a class 8 truck model by Kenworth, first introduced in 2007. It is a shift in truck design from its cousin the Kenworth W900, which it is based upon. The difference between the two is its aerodynamic face lift, as well as major frame and suspension changes. The Kenworth T600 was the original model and the T660 replaces that. In 2016, Kenworth announced they were discontinuing the T660 in favor of the T680.

Features and options[edit]

  • Accommodates up to 600 horsepower engines
  • Front axles from 12,000 to 14,600 lb ratings
  • Rear axles from 23,000-lb single to 46,000-lb tandems
  • Set-back front axle
  • 59-inch taperleaf springs, providing a smooth ride
  • Sloped hood for better visibility
  • Aerodynamic design, giving improved fuel economy

Sleeper options[edit]

  • Studio AeroCab Sleeper (86-inch)
  • AeroCab AERODYNE (62-inch or 72-inch)
  • AeroCab FlatTop (38-inch, 62-inch, or 72-inch)
  • Modular FlatTop (42-inch)

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