Navistar has updated its International MV Series of trucks to support snowplow applications, improving packaging for easier integrations and adding multiple safety features and other enhancements.
A 14,700-lb. front axle and suspension has been introduced along with a hood that can be opened part way to allow for easy access during fluid checks. An integrated front frame extension offers higher strength at a lower weight when compared to bolt-on solutions. There’s also an opportunity for hose reel and winch applications.
A standard Intercoat Chem Guard on the floor panels guards against corrosion, while there’s also an optional Line-X interior floor coating.
Looking to the cab, a new heated windshield feature reduces the buildup of ice and snow, while Diamond Logic steering wheel controls put plow controls at a driver’s fingertips. And a relocated stalk shifter also clears the way for a third occupant in the cab.
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