Peterbilt offers Cummins X15N natural gas engine in Models 579, 567, 520

Peterbilt offers Cummins X15N natural gas engine in Models 579, 567, 520

Orders are scheduled for production in Q3 of this year.

Peterbilt is now offering the new Cummins X15N natural gas engine as an alternative fuel option on the Model 579, 567 and 520 trucks with orders scheduled for production in Q3 2024.

“The new Xl5N natural gas engine provides another environmentally-friendly solution for Peterbilt customers committed to sustainability and reducing their carbon footprint,” said Jake Montero, Peterbilt assistant general manager, sales and marketing.

Cummins says the X15N is available with ratings up to 500 HP and 1,850 lb.-ft. of torque, with up to a 10% improvement on fuel economy compared to the ISX12N. It also offers improved low speed drivability and extended service intervals for reduced maintenance costs, according to Cummins, who adds that the X15N is designed to meet the 2024 and 2027 EPA and CARB regulations.

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