2006 Chevrolet Kodiak C4500 Pickup by Monroe Truck Equipment review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 23 March 2006 , 19:03:35 byEmil

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Chevrolet Kodiak C4500 Pickup by Monroe Truck Equipment

The 2006 Chevrolet Kodiak C4500 by Monroe Truck features a large number of premium appointments, stainless steel together with a luxury exterior finish. Its world debut is scheduled to take place at the North American International Auto Show, in Detroit. Ross Hendrix, General Motors director of marketing for commercial trucks and vans, stated that more and more customers were choosing trucks featuring strength, capability, comfort and luxury to get the job done. He added that the 26,000-lb. GCWR - $70,000 for a well-appointed vehicle was an amazing value The car model is certainly going to be the highlight of the event due to the fact that Monroe Truck Equipment added a number of interior and exterior features. MTE is well known for its distribution, installation and painting of pickup trucks accessories and truck equipment. Beginning with three coats of White Diamond pearlcoat custom paint with matching grille, door handles and outside mirrors, the Kodiak show vehicle boasts to deliver a truckload of premium style, whether at work or at play. The extensive use of stainless steel on the bed rails, the tube grille and chrome on the hood latches, fuel door, front light bar and rear tube bumper, enhance the shimmering aspect of the White Diamond Pearlcoat. The refined interior shows a high level of comfort provided by the quality carbon fibre used on the door, steering wheel, dash trim and center console. Furthermore, the Duramax 6600 V8 turbodiesel makes the Chevrolet Kodiak C4500 pickup by MTE stylish and powerful by delivering an impressive output of 300 HP at 3,100 rpm and 605 lb.-ft. of torque at 1,600 rpm, paired to an Allison 1000 five-speed automatic transmission. The rearview camera mounted above the Class 5 trailer hitch proves to be an important convenience feature as it is handy when it comes to hitching a trailer. Rick Rufenacht, vice president of marketing and sales for Monroe Truck Equipment of Monroe, commented that the show truck addressed the needs of those customers who wanted to take their transportation to an uooer level, aiming to feel comfortable and pampered.