The Allison TC10 is now available in the International LT Series with the Cummins X15 engine and the 3000 Highway Series transmission is now available in the RH Series with the International A26 engine.
 - Photo courtesy Allison Transmissions

The Allison TC10 is now available in the International LT Series with the Cummins X15 engine and the 3000 Highway Series transmission is now available in the RH Series with the International A26 engine.

Photo courtesy Allison Transmissions

Navistar has announced the Allison TC10 will be available with the Cummins X15 engine for its International LT Series of heavy-duty, long haul trucks and the Allison 3000 Highway Series will be available with the International A26 engine for its RH Series of Class 8 regional haul tractors.

“By offering Allison transmissions with International LT Series and RH Series, drivers will enjoy a premium environment with incredibly smooth shifting, in stop-and-go situations and over the road,” said Jim Nachtman, heavy-duty product marketing director for International.

Unlike automated manual transmissions, both the Allison TC10 and Allison 3000 transmissions use a torque converter to enable smoother and more efficient acceleration, according to the company. Both transmissions are engineered specifically for Class 8 tractor applications, designed to maximize powertrain efficiency while achieving and maintaining highway cruising speeds to save time and money.

“With the TC10 and 3000 Highway Series, Class 8 tractor fleets no longer have to compromise overall vehicle drivability, transmission reliability or performance,” said Heidi Schutte, Allison's vice president of marketing and sales for the Americas.


Related: Test Drive of Allison's TC10 Transmission

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