The International TerraStar 4x4 is now being shipped, Navistar has announced.
LISLE, Ill. — Navistar has announced it is now shipping International TerraStar 4x4s.
The truck was first introduced as a 4×2 in 2010.
“This marks another milestone for Navistar as we continue our drive to deliver,” said Jack Allen, Navistar’s chief operating officer. “The addition of the TerraStar 4×4 to our portfolio not only allows us to offer more capabilities to our customers, but it positions International Truck to participate in a significant piece of the market where we haven’t previously had a presence.”
The TerraStar is a Class 4/5 conventional truck, designed for construction, utility, emergency, oilfield and other vocational applications.
Navistar says it’s designed to last twice as long as competitive models, thanks in part to a 80,000 psi frame rail, commercial-duty Allison 1000-Series transmission, and Fabco gear-driven transfer case.
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