MELROSE PARK, Ill. – Navistar has inked a deal to supply MaxxForce 7 engines for Capacity shunt trucks.
The V8 diesels will be used on Capacity terminal tractors as part of multi-year agreement, Navistar announced. The first Capacity trucks to come with MaxxForce 7 engines will be rolled out beginning this fall.
“Navistar is pleased that Capacity chose our technologically-advanced MaxxForce 7 to power its industry-leading terminal tractors,” said Eric Tech, vice-president and general manager, Navistar Engine Group. “The MaxxForce 7 will provide Capacity customers with the most powerful, durable and environmentally friendly engines available in the market.”
The MaxxForce 7 will comply with EPA emissions standards, according to Navistar. One offering will be rated at 215 hp with 560 lb.-ft. of torque while a beefier option will have 230 hp and 620 lb.-ft. torque.
“With the MaxxForce engines, emissions compliance is transparent to our customers, but more importantly they offer our customers a durable and powerful platform to meet the demands placed on our equipment each day,” said Phillip Ford, president, Capacity of Texas.
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