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Navistar launches reconditioning program

LOUISVILLE, KY. - Navistar wants to make turning old into new a viable approach to fleet renewal during these tight times.


LOUISVILLE, KY. –Navistar wants to make turning old into new a viable approach to fleet renewal during these tight times.

Navistar’s new ReStar reconditioning program is designed for late-model Class 5-8 commercial trucks and analyzes, recommends and replaces key mechanical and aesthetic components based on the application, age and history of each truck.

“From powertrains to wiper blades, brakes to hoses, every truck has unique requirements,” said Jim Hebe, Navistar senior vice-president, North American sales operations. “With ReStar, we can provide customers with a customized refresh package that maximizes vehicle uptime and increases brand reputation.”

Hebe said industry giant US Express is already on-board with about 100 planned reburbishings. The ReStar program is available for most truck makes and models -International brand trucks or those built by other OEMs.


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