CAT® Vocational Trucks
In March 2011, Caterpillar unveiled the first model in their highly anticipated new line of Vocational Trucks. Before Caterpillar engineers started designing it, they asked vocational truck customers what they wanted and needed from their trucks. Cat engineers and designers were focused squarely on making this customer input a reality and they delivered a full line of Vocational Trucks that are built for the jobs you do.
The CT660 model Vocational Trucks started rolling off the line in mid-2011, and they have proven they can handle a wide range of demanding applications. They move the rock, haul the trash, deliver the concrete and transport everything from harvested logs to our heavy equipment. Available in truck or day-cab configurations, the CT660 features a set-back axle with 116-inch and 122-inch bumper to back of cab lengths—providing an extra tight turning radius for enhanced maneuvering.
The CT681 model Vocational Truck was introduced in 2014 and has proven to be exactly what truck owners have been looking for in a larger model vocational truck. A natural extension of the Cat product line, the Cat CT681 Vocational Truck delivers all the power, performance and productivity you expect from Caterpillar. This Class 8 set-forward axle model—ideal for hauling heavy loads—features a spacious and ergonomic cab, industrial styling, vocational-specific engine and transmission options, and bumper-to-bumper support across North America. If you’re hauling heavy loads or working in extreme conditions, you’ll appreciate the Cat CT681 Vocational Truck’s rugged durability and industrial styling—with the versatility to mount the attachments you need to get the job done.
To see our current on-the-ground inventory of Cat Vocational Trucks, please click on the links below for each truck.
For more information on the new Cat CT660 Vocational Truck, please visit www.DriveCat.com or call your Yancey Bros. Co. Sales Representative today.
To obtain literature on the CT Series vocational trucks, please click on the link next to the images below to download very large and detailed PDF files of the publications.