International Truck and Engine has launched the International 4100, a new Class 5 conventional truck good for a wide variety of applications from construction to utility service needs.

The 4100, with all the key features of the 4000 series, is built on a low-profile frame and comes in 17,800- and 19,500-lb GVW models. Its cab is available with air-ride suspension and in optional crew cab or extended configurations. It sports four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes equipped with 15-in. rotors, and the self-diagnosing Diamond Logic Electric system. Also available is ‘Aware’ Vehicle Intelligence, a comprehensive telematics offering for improved fleet productivity.

Built with an International VT-365 engine with 230-hp and 540 lb ft of torque, and standard Allison 1000 Series automatic transmission, the truck is available now.

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