WARRENVILLE, Ill. — For those who get their hands dirty every day of the week, International introduces its new 7000 Series for the severe service truck market.
Part of the company’s High Performance Truck family, 7000 Series offers engine ratings from 195-340 horsepower for severe service applications like construction dump and mixer, waste collection rear and side loader and government plow/dump/spreader.
Several Class 8 model trucks are also available, including 4×2, 6×4 and factory built all-wheel-drive axle configurations with gross vehicle weight (GVW) ratings from 27,000 to 66,000 lb.
Drivers will appreciate better maneuverability with a wheel cut up to 50 degrees, says the company, adding owners can count on superior durability and reliability thanks to a proprietary spec’ing system to meet exact requirements.
Also, maintenance is made simple for service technicians with a multiplexed electrical system that continuously monitors critical vehicle functions.
The International 7000 Series trucks deliver outstanding value with features such as standard air-ride cab, a larger fan and cooling system mounted above the frame rails and wide-track front axles.
“The International 7000 Series redefines high performance for an industry that works under the toughest conditions,” says Steve Keate, president, truck group, International Truck and Engine Corporation. “These trucks deliver value in every sense by being more economical, and helping drivers and service technicians perform more productively.
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