Fourth model of International’s HX series introduced at Truck World

by Truck News

TORONTO, Ont. – International Truck unveiled its fourth model of the International HX Series lineup at Truck World April 14.

The HX520 is a 120” BBC set-forward axle truck or tractor designed to serve the heavy-haul tractor, construction dump and platform stake/crane markets.

“The HX Series raises the bar for premium vocational trucks, and was designed with feedback from leading severe service customers,” said Bill Kozek, president, truck and parts at Navistar, the parent company of International. “Each of the four models in the series has been engineered to deliver unmatched performance for the most punishing jobs, while making operators more productive.”

In total, four HX Series models are offered – the HX515, HX615, HX620 and HX520 – with the 515 and 615 powered by Navistar N13 engines and 520 and 620 models offering the Cummins ISX15 engine.

“We have been generating a steady stream of truck orders since we launched the HX Series and that number is growing by the day,” said Jeff Sass, senior vice-president, sales and marketing at Navistar. “We expect demand for the HX Series to continue to grow with the HX520 debut.”

The HX Series, which was introduced in 2015, is a new line of Class 8 vocational trucks designed to deliver the strength and endurance for the severe service industry.

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