DETROIT, Mich. — Detroit Diesel (DDC) says it will continue its successful Series 60 Step UP overhaul package and reliabilt engine replacement promotion into 2005.
With cost saving business solutions for Series 60 customers in mind, Step UP was first introduced in 2002 to owners of Series 60 engines nearing 800,000 logged miles. It provides four levels of simple, cost effective, warranted options to extend the life of current engines.
According to Tim Wenger, Program Marketing Manager, Detroit Diesel, "The Step UP program provides a value added overhaul option for consumers who choose to operate their trucks on a longer trade cycle. The changes we’ve implemented for Step UP 2005 are further improvements based directly on customer feedback."
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