2019 KENWORTH, W900 Tridem Extended Daycab

Day Cab Trucks, Manual


2019 Tridem Extended Daycab, Manual Transmission, Black Exterior, Cummins X15 Engine
1 month ago
Blaine, WA 98230
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Make & Model
2019 Kenworth, W900 Tridem Extended Daycab
243,000 mi


Stock #: 5112 Exterior Colour: Black Engine: Cummins X15 Horsepower: 565 Transmission: 18 Spd Front Axle: 20,000 Rear Axle: 69,000 Gear Ratio: 4.10 Frame: Double Brakes: Jake Suspension: Neway Wheelbase: 292.0 Mileage: 243K Miles

X15 565 HP, 18 Spd, 20,000 x 69,000 Axles, VIT Interior, AM / FM / CD / Nav, Power Windows / Locks / Mirrors, Full Gauge Package, Full Lockers, 24ft+ of Clean Frame, Double Frame, 243K Miles, Loaded! deal-pending


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Cummins X15

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The 2019 Kenworth W900 Tridem Extended Daycab is a force to be reckoned with in the world of heavy-duty trucks. With its powerful Cummins X15 engine, manual transmission, and robust build, it's built to handle even the toughest jobs. But as with any vehicle, it's always worth considering alternatives. Here are three rivals that offer similar capabilities:

  1. 2018 Peterbilt 389 Tri Axle Day Cab The 2018 Peterbilt 389 Tri Axle Day Cab is powered by a Paccar MX-13 engine and boasts a horsepower of 510. With a front axle capacity of 20,000 lbs and rear axle capacity of 69,000 lbs, it matches up well against the Kenworth W900. Its spacious cab offers comfort for long hauls and its durable frame ensures longevity.

  2. 2020 Freightliner Cascadia Day Cab The 2020 Freightliner Cascadia Day Cab comes with a Detroit DD15 engine that delivers up to 505 horsepower. It also features an automated manual transmission for ease of use on long trips or in heavy traffic situations. In addition to this, it has a front axle weight rating of 12,350 lbs and rear axle weight rating of 40,000 lbs making it capable of handling heavy loads.

  3. 2019 Volvo VNL64T300 Day Cab The Volvo VNL64T300 is another strong contender in the day cab market with its D13 engine producing up to 500 horsepower and I-Shift transmission providing smooth shifting experience. While its front axle capacity stands at around 12,350 lbs and rear axle at about 40,000 lbs which is less than Kenworth W900 but still considerable for most hauling tasks.

In conclusion, while the Kenworth W900 Tridem Extended Daycab stands out for its power and durability; Peterbilt, Freightliner and Volvo offer worthy competition with their own unique features.


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