CAT Enters the Class A Truck Market With the CT660

There were a number of new product launches at Canada’s Farm Progress Show this year. Among those was a brand new offering from CAT that had farmers interest from the minute it was unveiled. The CAT CT660 is CAT’s first step into the class A truck market. It’s an extremely rugged and extremely well thought out truck. Everything from the glovebox rattling in the cab to the strength of the door hinges was considered in the design. It has a very distinct look to it that comes as a result of industry feedback. The truck was intentionally built with heavy duty application in mind and it shows.


Ian Capnerhurst of Kramer Ltd. walked me through some of the distinct features of the new CAT CT660 when I met him on the floor of Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina, Saskatchewan.

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