New components available from Navistar

March 17, 2009
Navistar has announced that its new MaxxPower brand components will soon be available for its International brand trucks, IC Bus brand school and commercial buses and Workhorse chassis products

Navistar has announced that its new MaxxPower brand components will soon be available for its International brand trucks, IC Bus brand school and commercial buses and Workhorse chassis products.

MaxxPower products include drivetrain and suspension components and options such as auxiliary no-idle solutions, the company said. They will be designed and engineered by and for Navistar as original equipment and factory-installed.

“The launch of our new MaxxPower line of components creates a tremendous opportunity to provide the quality and value our customers are looking for,” said Jack Allen, president of Navistar’s North American Truck Group. “Delivering fully integrated products and solutions designed from the outset for our vehicles will help deliver maximum performance and reliability.”

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