Mack introduces CNG-fueled Granite

by Today's Trucking

Mack Trucks has announced availability of a compressed natural gas (CNG)-powered Granite model.

The truck was developed for refuse customers looking for a cleaner fuel alternative, or those that create their own fuel from waste. The truck features a 320 hp Cummins L9N engine mated to an Allison 4500 fully-automatic 6-speed transmission. 

CNG Mack Granite
(Photo: Mack Trucks)

“Mack Trucks is known for producing customized trucks that meet the exacting needs of our customers,” said Jonathan Randall, president of Mack Trucks North America. “The CNG Granite model is a perfect example of our capabilities. Our waste customers asked for a CNG-powered Granite, and working with Cummins, we delivered a solution that offers the durability, reliability and comfort for which Mack Trucks is known.”

The truck is available as an axle-back model and features a new grille and air intakes for a more modern look. Self-heating LED headlights enhance visibility and safety.

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