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Chevrolet Kodiak Concept Truck Able to Haul Heavy Loads

June 20, 2006

DETROIT - The Chevrolet Kodiak medium-duty pickup, specially upfitted by Monroe Truck Equipment, was built for display at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this year. Monroe had announced the truck would be for sale at the conclusion of the auto show, with an MSRP of $120,000. The truck features the use of stainless steel on the tube grille, bed rails, steps to the Crew Cab and cargo box, front and rear wheel covers, and pintle plate cover, and chrome on the fuel door, hood latches, front light bar, and rear tube bumper. Inside, the Chevrolet Kodiak pickup is finished with a carbon-fiber appearance - applied to the steering wheel, door, dash trim, and center console. The Kodiak also features an MTX sound system that includes navigation, satellite radio, backup camera, and DVD system with a 10-inch overhead monitor and two 7-inch headrest-mounted monitors. With its 6.6L Duramax TurboDiesel engine, the Kodiak offers plenty of towing capability. "We knew that whoever bought this Monroe Truck Equipment-upfitted Kodiak would make quite a statement," said Ross Hendrix, General Motors director for commercial trucks and vans.
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