Navistar’s MaxxForce 15 diesel is in production and initially available in its International PayStar 5900 series. It will go in highway models later this year.
Navistar’s MaxxForce 15 diesel is in production and initially available in its International PayStar 5900 series. It will go in highway models later this year. The 15-liter engine uses a block, crankshaft and other “iron” parts from the C15 formerly built by Caterpillar, Navistar’s truck partner, along with Navistar’s own electronics, fuel injection and air management systems. Its ratings go to 550 horsepower and 1,850 pounds-feet.
Two 13.5L generator drive diesel engines for emergency stationary gen-set applications are available in the 350- to 500-kWe range.
Capable of producing up to 512 horsepower, Cummins QSM12 six-cylinder, 12-liter engine is designed, says the manufacturer, with a compact envelope that results in a power-to-weight ratio some 30 percent more favorable than the class average for engines with similar power ranges.
Navistar International WorkStar Hybrid 4x4 is designed for medium-heavy on/off-road use.
MaxxForce 11 and MaxxForce 13 big boreengines are engineered specifically for International Class 8 trucks using compacted-graphite iron (CG Iron) technology for a lightweight block. International developed proven base engineering from its collaboration partner, MAN, in Germany, for U.S. EPA emissions with high pressure common rail fuel injection, twin series turbochargers, exhaust-gas recircul...