The Kenworth T370 dump was one of the trucks that helped the truckmaker achieve it's medium-duty market share increase. - Photo: Kenworth

The Kenworth T370 dump was one of the trucks that helped the truckmaker achieve it's medium-duty market share increase.

Photo: Kenworth

Kenworth achieved retail sales market share records for the U.S. and Canada of 11.7% in medium-duty vehicles in 2020. The truckmaker also achieved 15.8% of market share for Class 8 trucks.

Kenworth’s T270 and T370 conventionals and K270 and K370 cabovers propelled Kenworth to its medium-duty market share record.

“These versatile and reliable models serve a wide range of applications, and our customers count on them to provide high productivity and reliability over years of service,” said Laura Bloch, Kenworth assistant general manager for sales and marketing.

Kenworth continues to invest in its Class 8 and medium-duty products.

“We are always striving to enhance our trucks and maximize customer uptime. Kenworth also is pushing forward in advanced technologies as we pursue the development of exceptional and productive electric, hydrogen fuel cell electric, and hybrid vehicles, and driver assistance systems and connected truck services,” Bloch said.

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