Sterling Releases Bullet

INDIANAPOLIS-Sterling Truck Corporation's highly anticipated chassis-cab product, the Bullet, was introduced at The Work Truck Show. The Bullet is the latest addition to the company's full line of Class 3-8 work trucks and will be available at select Sterling dealerships in late fall 2007.

The Bullet joins the low cab-over Sterling 360 to round out the company's mid-range vehicle lineup. Competing in the Class 4-5 markets, the Bullet is ideal for demanding applications including construction, residential services, landscaping, municipal services, utility, and pickup and delivery.

"Together with the Sterling 360, the Bullet makes Sterling the only commercial vehicle manufacturer to offer a complete line of Class 3-8 vehicles," said Matthew Stevenson, director of light commercial vehicles for Sterling Truck Corporation. "We gave this truck the tagline Nothing Stops The Bullet because there isn't an application this truck can't tackle. Like all Sterling trucks, the Bullet can be customized for the demands of any job."

Standard features include a powerful Cummins 6.7L ISB engine with exhaust brake, a power take-off prep package, and a rugged 34-inch wide, 50,000 psi frame for easy body builder upfit.

Boasting numerous options, the Bullet is offered as a regular cab in four wheelbases or as a quad cab in two wheelbases. It also features two- or four-wheel drive and optional snow plow and towing packages.

Standard air conditioning, easy-to-read gauges, and an adjustable tilt steering wheel reduce operator fatigue, while driver and passenger airbags make the Bullet a safe operating environment.

Notable base model options include cruise control, fog lights, power windows and locks, power trailer tow mirrors, and numerous radio options. A premium interior package is available, and features options such as a navigation radio with available GPS, a cloth six-way power seat, an Infinity MP3/CD player, and much more.

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