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October 4, 2011

CCW to offer Navistar's MaxxForce 9

The new diesel option is especially suited to vehicle repowers for public transit authorities committed to improving air quality and reducing environmental problems.


September 22, 2011

ElDorado National now offering MaxxForce engines

To meet strict emissions standards, MaxxForce engines use Navistar's advanced in-cylinder NOx-reduction technology, which provides bus fleets with significant no hassle operational advantages over liquid-urea SCR emissions aftertreatment systems used by other diesel engine OEMs.


September 14, 2009

Navistar launches MaxxForce TV

Online viewers are encouraged to play along to increase their own knowledge of MaxxForce products and hone their skills in case this traveling game show rolls into their town.


May 4, 2009

MaxxForce diesels to power Daewoo buses

The new MaxxForce Sprint model in-line four-cylinder engines will power 6.0-ton GVW and 5.5-ton GVW Daewoo Bus brand light buses. The 3.2-liter turbodiesels feature four valves per cylinder and comply with Euro III, IV and V emissions standards.


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