Ram Cummins Wins Maintenance Battle

While many diesel-engine enthusiasts are swayed by horsepower, performance and fuel-economy numbers, commercial operators typically look long and hard at another critical though less-sexy metric in their competitive analysis -- maintenance needs.

FLAT ROCK, MI – While many diesel-engine enthusiasts are swayed by horsepower, performance and fuel-economy numbers, commercial operators typically look long and hard at another critical though less-sexy metric in their competitive analysis -- maintenance needs. Chrysler’s 6.7L turbodiesel placed last in acceleration times, but nabs the top spot in lower maintenance lifecycle costs.

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