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Extended Coverage for 2016

Knowing that Cummins stands behind its products gives your customers confidence in their choice of engine. That‘s one of the reasons Cummins is lowering the price on Extended Coverage Plans on any heavy-duty truck powered by a 2013 or newer ISX15 engine registered on or after Jan. 1, 2016. We want your customers to have the total peace of mind that comes from knowing that while unexpected repairs are sometimes necessary, we can minimize the financial impact for less than ever before.

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Cummins MidRange Engine Leadership

Sometimes a record of consistent product excellence and sales success has been around for such a long time that it can get overlooked or simply expected to continue. At Cummins, we know that leadership and growth within a category happens only when you combine a robust initial design and decades of experience with continuous improvement – as seen in our MidRange ISB6.7 engine platform.

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A Question of Traction: 6×2 vs. 6×4 Axle Configuration

One easy way to increase fuel economy for a customer is to recommend a reduction in the number of drive axles on a truck from two to one. The 6×2 configuration creates a “dead axle,” which reduces rolling resistance and lowers fuel consumption. The key to choosing the right axle configuration is determining how much traction your customer needs. This article provides some guidance – and additional measures customers can take to achieve the traction needed without sacrificing fuel economy gains.

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Power of Choice: New Direct Drive Option for SmartAdvantage™ Powertrain

The SmartAdvantage Powertrain is the most fuel-efficient powertrain your customers can buy. Customers that have adopted it are seeing double-digit % fuel economy gains over that of prior equipment. What’s new is a direct drive option engineered to optimize performance and fuel economy in specific duty cycles. The full article tells you how to help trucking fleets spec the best ratio for their application, cruise speed and terrain.

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The Natural Leader: Cummins Westport

Since 2001, Cummins Westport natural gas engines have dominated the natural gas landscape, thanks to robust diesel-based platforms and continuous improvement in combustion and emissions technologies. In 2016, natural gas engines will be available from 6.7 to 12 liters in displacement, expanding engine and vehicle availability to the growing market for natural gas vehicles in a variety of medium- and heavy-duty on-highway applications.

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ISX15 Improvements Since 2013

Cummins is constantly upgrading products and services to provide customers with the best engines and overall experience in the market. With our continuous improvement mentality, these product improvements are offered to your customers as soon as they become available. We’ve compiled a list of key product improvements organized in three main categories – efficiency, maintenance and uptime – for your reference when working with customers.

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Cummins Redefining Tour Lives On

The Cummins 2015 Redefining Tour is officially over, but the value to customers lives on. Cummins would like to thank all of our dealers and customers who attended a Redefining Tour event. Your support made it successful beyond expectations! This article contains information from the Tour that you can use every day to add value to your customers’ operations.

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