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Clyde Launches Class 4 and 5 Medium-Duty CNG Truck Line

June 19, 2014

Photo courtesy of Clyde Trucks.
Photo courtesy of Clyde Trucks.

New York-based Clyde Trucks is now offering a line of Class 4 and 5 compressed-natural-gas (CNG)-powered, cab forward, medium-duty trucks.

Manufactured in the United States, these trucks are well suited for commercial deliveries of produce, meat, seafood, newspapers, and municipalities, including highway departments and parks departments, according to the company.

The line includes a 14,500 GVWR, a 17,950 GVWR, and a 19,500 GVWR models, fitted with tanks that will give each truck a range of over 400 miles. The trucks are equipped with a 6.0L V-8 LC8 gaseous ready engine, which produces 323 hp and 373 lb.-ft. of torque. The CNG tank has a capacity of 25 GGE.

The truckmaker also offers Rear Loading, Side Loading, and Front Loading refuse trucks for commercial and residential use.

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