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Western Star details new product options

Here’s the rundown of the newly available options announced for Western Star trucks. Forward lighting option for 4700 models, 4800 and 4900 models The Western Star 4700 can now be spec’d with factory-direct H4 halogen headlight bulbs. The bulbs provide a brighter light than regular incandescent bulbs for better visibility. The cost-efficient H4 bulbs are

Cummins highlights upcoming X12 engine, additional technology at NACV

At the North American Commercial Vehicle show, Cummins offered a glimpse into its product road map with its super-efficient diesel engines (the X12 and X15) that are paired with the Eaton Cummins Automated Transmission Technologies Endurant transmission. The lighter-weight X12 engine is engineered for performance and power while offering increased fuel economy through the use

Eaton Cummins joint venture debuts its automated transmission

Eaton Cummins Automated Transmission Technologies has introduced the new Endurant 12-speed automated transmission, a 1,850 lb.-ft. capable heavy-duty transmission. Designed for linehaul applications, Endurant weighs up to 105 lbs. less than competitive automated manual transmissions (AMTs).  Endurant is the first automated heavy-duty transmission to be introduced as part of the newly formed joint venture between

Eaton Cummins Automated Transmission
Thermo King launches all-electric auxiliary power unit

  Thermo King, maker of transport temperature control solutions for a variety of mobile applications and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, debued its new all-electric TriPac Envidia auxiliary power unit (APU) at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV). The TriPac Envidia is an environmentally clean, reliable APU that delivers the extended run-time, without tractor

NACFE ‘Run on Less’ achieves 10 MPG average, conquers real-world challenges

Run on Less, a cross-country road show to showcase fuel efficient truck technology and equipment, announced an average of more than 10 MPG in real world conditions hauling real world freight. The seven participating trucks drove a combined 50,107 miles during the seventeen day event which kicked off on September 6. They achieved a cumulative

NACFE Run on Less Results 10 MPG Trucks Resized