Maxxforce is the Logical Alternative
Navistar’s MaxxForce Advanced EGR emissions technology prevents NOx from forming in-cylinder. Four key technologies make it work, so you don’t have the taxing work of sourcing urea, filling a urea tank and maintaining additional components. The result is optimal performance and low cost of ownership.
“Public transit fleets are increasingly demonstrating a serious commitment to clean air, and diesel offers a powerful solution,” says Macy Neshati, vice president, Complete Coach Works. “We in turn are committed to offering the best alternatives for owners of all bus makes and models, and MaxxForce is a great option for repowers.”
The MaxxForce 9 engine provides 300 horsepower and 860 lb.-ft. torque for demanding transit applications. To meet strict emissions standards, MaxxForce engines use Navistar’s advanced in-cylinder NOx-reduction technology, which provides bus fleets with significant operational advantages over liquid-urea SCR emissions after treatment systems used by other diesel engine makers. These advantages include no secondary operating fluid (liquid urea) to add, no additional wheelbase length to accommodate additional fluid tanks, no additional driver training, and ease of maintenance.
“Regarding emissions compliance, Navistar is committed to developing advanced air, fuel and aftertreatment technologies that put no additional burden on vehicle owners,” said Eric Tech, president, Navistar Engine Group. “This is advantageous to Complete Coach Works customers, in that repowers using 2010-compliant MaxxForce engines retain the footprint of older diesel engines, which makes for more economical bus refurbishment work.”
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