Introducing The All-New 2022 Peterbilt 389

The ISX15 engine can produce up to 600 horsepower and has a maximum torque of 2,050 lb.-ft. It also meets the EPA and DOT emission regulations.

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Introducing The All-New 2022 Peterbilt 389

Designed to be the ultimate workhorse of the future, the new 2022 Peterbilt 389 is a truck built to deliver. It features a Cummins ISX15 engine, an 18-speed transmission, and a Legendary Gray paint scheme.

Cummins ISX15 Engine For The 2022 Peterbilt 389

Whether you are looking for a commercial marine engine or a powerful diesel, the Cummins ISX15 engine for the 2022 Peterbilt 389 has exceptional fuel efficiency. The machine is also a leader in terms of horsepower and torque. The ISX15 engine can produce up to 600 horsepower and has a maximum torque of 2,050 lb.-ft. It also meets the EPA and DOT emission regulations.

Cummins ISX15 engines use an advanced fuel system that helps reduce emissions by delivering clean combustion. The engine also includes a fully integrated particulate filter. In addition, it uses advanced technology to help drivers operate within a more prominent "sweet spot" by using direct drive.

The ISX15 engine uses a cooled EGR system to reduce the temperature in the combustion chamber. The system also recycles exhaust fluid through turbo regeneration. The exhaust fluid reacts with nitrogen oxides in the exhaust. The exhaust fluid is then recycled back to the intake chamber, improving fuel efficiency and reducing emissions.

The ISX15 engine is also designed to be manufactured in an infrared position. The remanufactured ISX fuel injector includes new parts. These parts include new O-rings and filters.

The engine also features a variable geometry turbocharger. The turbocharger has electric actuation and a sliding nozzle to increase fuel efficiency. The turbocharger also increases torque earlier in the rpm range.

The engine also has a control module that monitors the timing and pressure. It also has onboard diagnostics, which improves fuel efficiency. The machine can run up to 15,000 miles between oil changes.

The engine has been improved with a more advanced crankcase ventilation system. The system only needs to be replaced every third oil change. The machine also features bi-metal rod bearings for improved strength and durability.

The Cummins ISX engine has undergone several changes in recent years to meet emissions and EPA standards. Several problems can occur, but they can be solved with regular maintenance and simple troubleshooting.

The engine also has a sophisticated fuel system that combines fuel and water pumps to generate optimal combustion. The ISX15 engine can run up to 15,000 miles between scheduled oil changes.

18-speed Transmission

Among the new-fangled gizmos that have hit the Peterbilt showrooms is the PACCAR TX-18 transmission. This high-end transmission features a patented 'H' layout and is best suited for heavy-haul applications. It is available in Peterbilt models that feature PACCAR MX engines.

The TX-18 and TX-18 Pro have a one-piece serviceable input shaft and dual PTOs. The transmission also features an integrated clutch housing and precision lubrication system. A high-speed reverse mode is also included, with six configurable speeds. Among other features, the transmission also boasts an internal oil temperature sensor that shows temperatures in real-time on the in-cab display.

The TX-18 and TX-18 also feature two power takeoff openings and an 'urge to move feature. This one-step process moves the truck forward on an incline. It also holds the brakes when the driver releases the brake pedal, preventing the car from rolling backward—the TX-18 and TX-18 are available in single and double-door models. The standard model features an 8-bolt bottom mount, while the optional version comes with a 4-bolt rear support.

The TX-18 and TX-18 are pretty good choices for a Peterbilt 389. With features like a high-pressure die-cast aluminum casing, an automotive-style stalk-mounted shifter, and four application-specific calibrations, the TX-18 is one of the most versatile transmissions on the market. The company is also launching the TX-18 Pro. This performance-oriented model comes with a one-piece serviceable input shaft, an advanced lubrication system, and a high-speed reverse mode with up to six configurable speeds. A variable valve timing system also improves fuel economy at wide RPM ranges.

The TX-18 has more gears than you might expect. The transmission is also notable for its 'urge to move' feature, which moves the truck forward on an incline. In addition to being the first 18-speed transmission on the market, the TX-18 also features a 'best-in-class' clutch that is serviceable for a full five years, a feat that is not usually expected from a light-duty truck. It also has a high-performance engine that delivers a mighty 1,850 lb—Ft of torque.

The Legendary Gray Paint Scheme

Among the many paint schemes that are available for the 2022 Peterbilt 389 is the Legendary Gray. It features lots of chrome and stainless steel and has been custom-built for Brian Hood of 12ga Customs. X15 565 Cummins powers it with a 2050-pound torque rating and a 3.36 ratio. A 131-inch BBC also powers the model. The model features the latest in Peterbilt technology. It features a 13-speed LowAir suspension, all-disc brakes, and a platinum interior.

The Legendary Gray Peterbilt 389 is the newest iteration of the popular X-series. Stout 565hp X15 Cummins powers it with a 2050 lb torque rating and a 3.36 ratio. It also features all-disc brakes, a platinum interior, and an Omaha orange frame. It also boasts a sloppy, low rider cab and rear end, a hefty 274-inch wheelbase, and a massive 58'' flat top. The flat top also boasts 21 switches, 23 accurate gauges, and a blind mount drop visor.

The Legendary Gray paint scheme perfectly matches the latest from Peterbilt. The company uses the same high-quality Imron Elite paint used in its factories to improve repair-in-kind quality. The cab is also trimmed out with the latest and greatest, from the slick-looking chrome-plated air tanks to the deluxe Hogebilt half fenders. The cab also boasts a snazzy-looking visor, LED light amber color strips, and a posh-looking steering wheel.

The Legendary Gray paint scheme for the 2022 Peterbilt 389 stands out from the crowd thanks to its uniqueness. It is not only the most expensive truck to be built in Phoenix, but it also has a wide variety of parts sourced from 12ga Customs, Dynaflex, and Phoenix. This truck also boasts modern equipment, including an X15 565 Cummins, a 3.36 ratio, and all-disc brakes. It also features a 131-inch BBC, the latest in Peterbilt technology. The model also features the newest Peterbilt technology, including a 13-speed lower suspension, a platinum interior, and an Omaha orange frame. The model is also the hottest truck on the block.

Limited Production

Known for its unrivaled performance, durability, and legendary styling, the Peterbilt 389 is a popular choice for truckers. This new model offers advanced features and technology in a classic design, allowing for more payloads and maximizing performance. Peterbilt is celebrating its legacy with the re-introduction of the 389.

The all-aluminum cab is made to last. In addition, it features a bright chrome grab handles and trim accents. The exterior lighting package includes LED light amber color strips. These strips provide a stunning glow under the rocker panels. The interior also features black-finish trim accents. The dash panels feature "Black Pearl" burl woodgrain.

The cab of the Peterbilt 389X includes a 24-air slide. It is available in a day cab or sleeper configuration. It also features a spacious interior with full cabinets. The dash has a wood-grain finish, and the headrests have 389X bidding. There are also a Business Center and Sears Premium heated leather seats. There are also ports for up to four cameras.

The cab of the Peterbilt Model 389X also features chrome on the centerline trim and hood fenders. It has chrome exhaust stacks and a louvered grille sheet. It also features a single-unit grille.

The interior features a 7-inch touchscreen, voice recognition, and a Garmin navigation system. It also has a thermal installation package and a pre-wired CB. It can also be equipped with the Peterbilt SmartNav consul technology. It has a 250-gallon fuel capacity.

The exterior of the Peterbilt Model 389X has chrome exhaust stacks and a louvered front grille sheet. The chrome also includes a centerline trim, hood fenders, and a hood crown. The cab also features black-finish trim accents throughout the interior.

The Peterbilt 389 also features a large fuel tank and a high-output Cummins X15 engine. This engine is known for its unrivaled fuel efficiency, making it one of the most fuel-efficient engines in the industry. It can also deliver 2,050 pounds-foot of torque. The Model 389X also includes an exterior lighting package with LED light amber color strips. These strips reflect off the chrome exhaust stacks and provide stunning lighting under the rocker panels.