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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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MidRange Lineup Now Includes 220 HP ISB6.7

One of the most exciting additions to the Cummins lineup for 2015 is the ISB6.7 rating at 220 hp. A recent case study with a furniture-delivery truck compared a 240-hp delivery truck with an ISC8.3 engine and six-speed manual to the same truck on the same route, with the 220-hp ISB6.7 matched up with an automated transmission. Measurements included startability, gradeability, trip time, fuel economy and number of shifts per 100 miles on both an urban and a rural route. The results showcase how customers can achieve more with less – through proper spec’ing across the entire MidRange lineup of engines.

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Up to 2 Percent Fuel Savings With Vehicle Acceleration Management

One key to getting the best possible fuel economy from your customers’ vehicles is smooth, steady acceleration – using only the amount of power (and fuel) that is necessary to get up to speed. Cummins has developed an engine electronic control feature called Vehicle Acceleration Management (VAM) that can help your customers achieve the goals of reducing fuel consumption and driveline components wear, translating to operating-cost savings.

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ISB6.7: Better. Where It Counts.

Your customers want a proven product, but they also want one with the latest technology that delivers low total cost of ownership. In 2010, Cummins added Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), bringing emissions to near-zero levels. And in 2013, the foundation of SCR technology allowed Cummins to meet 2014 greenhouse gas (GHG) and fuel-efficiency standards a year ahead of schedule – while continuing to boost fuel economy.

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Navistar Adds Cummins ISB6.7 for DuraStar® Trucks

Customers buying an International® DuraStar medium-duty truck now have the option of ordering a Cummins ISB6.7 engine. The ISB6.7 is a proven product that has been meeting 2014 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards for reduced greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and increased fuel economy since the start of 2013. Get more facts about the ISB6.7, now available for your customers.

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