Navistar ships first TerraStar 4x4 trucks

May 29, 2013

Navistar has begun shipping the International TerraStar 4x4 to customers.

The TerraStar was initially launched in 2010 in a 4x2 configuration. The 4x4 model opens up the vehicle to the remaining market, including construction, utility, emergency, oilfield and other vocational applications, Navistar said.

“This marks another milestone for Navistar as we continue our drive to deliver,” said Jack Allen, COO. “The addition of the TerraStar 4x4 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 4x4 offering frame rail strength of 80,000 psi, a commercial-duty Allison Optimized 1000 Series transmission for maximum power output, a Fabco TC-28 gear-driven transfer case and a 5-year unlimited mile warranty.

The TerraStar is also available with a special financing offer with rates as low as 4.99% for up to 84 months.

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