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September 23, 2014 - Product News

Navistar Adds Lightweight Tremec Transmission

Last month, Tremec launched its redesigned 10-speed twin countershaft transmission for heavy-duty commercial trucks. Photo: Tremec

Navistar announced it will offer the Tremec 10-speed manual transmission in its International ProStar model with the company’s 13-liter engine, for weight-sensitive applications such as bulk hauling.

Tags: Navistar, Class 8, International Trucks, Transmissions, ProStar, Lightweighting, Bulk Hauling

July 28, 2014 - Industry News

Navistar Rolls Out Used-Truck Program for Late Models

Navistar has launched a new program for late-model used International trucks called Diamond Renewed, offering a comprehensive inspection and mechanical reconditioning process.

Tags: Warranty, Navistar, EGR, International Trucks, Used Trucks

July 11, 2014 - Industry News

Fourth Lawsuit Filed In Past Week Against Navistar Over International Engines

UPDATED -- The complaint alleges that Navistar actively concealed that its 2008-2013 model trucks, equipped with the MaxxForce Advanced exhaust gas recirculation diesel engines, contained a defective emission system that caused the trucks to suddenly break down.

Tags: Navistar, EGR, International Trucks, Litigation

July 8, 2014 - Industry News

Multiple Lawsuits Filed Against Navistar Over International MaxxForce Engines

Lawyers for trucking companies have filed lawsuits in three states against the parent company of International Trucks, claiming Navistar failed to disclose known defects and problems with its EPA 2010 MaxxForce engines.

Tags: Navistar, SCR, EGR, International Trucks, Engines, Litigation, EPA 2010

June 13, 2014 - Industry News

Carolina International Expanding Charleston Location

The dealership remains open during the renovation. Construction is expected to be completed in July 2015.

Tags: Mitsubishi Fuso, International Trucks, South Carolina, Dealers

December 20, 2013 - Industry News

Navistar's Turnaround Progress Overshadowed by Warranty Problems

The International Lonestar was the final Class 8 model to get the Cummins ISX engine with SCR.

While Navistar has made substantial progress in its Drive to Deliver turnaround program, it still reported worse financial results for its fourth fiscal quarter than it had aimed for. Executives said the main culprits were industry truck sales levels that didn't pick up as soon as expected, and the continuing high warranty costs for its legacy all-EGR EPA-2010 engines.

Tags: EPA 2010, Navistar, SCR, International Trucks, Earnings, Engines, Emissions

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