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Navistar to release MaxxPower components line

Posted on March 17, 2009

Navistar announced that MaxxPower brand components will soon be available on International brand trucks, IC Bus brand school and commercial buses, and Workhorse chassis products.

“The launch of our new MaxxPower line of components creates a tremendous opportunity to provide the quality and value our customers are looking for,” said Jack Allen, president of Navistar’s North American Truck Group. “Delivering fully-integrated products and solutions designed from the outset for our vehicles will help deliver maximum performance and reliability.”

The MaxxPower line of products will be designed and engineered by and for Navistar as original equipment and factory-installed. Fully integrated and designed to work with Navistar truck and bus products, MaxxPower components will be backed by the company’s comprehensive distribution network with replacement parts and warranty through the International, IC Bus and Workhorse dealer networks.

The new line of products will include drive train and suspension components and options like auxiliary no-idle solutions. The first of an extensive line of MaxxPower offerings will be introduced to the public at the Mid-America Trucking Show this week. Future products will be released throughout the year.

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