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Truck and Van News: Announcements from the Work Truck Show

March 27, 2017

OEMs made major announcements at the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, including new vehicles, upfitting options, and additional features.

Alkane

Alkane to License Assembly Operations in North America

Daimler

Freightliner to Offer CNG-Equipped Stripped Chassis
Fuso Adds Gasoline V-8 to FE Series Cabovers
Mitsubishi Fuso Bringing Electric eCanter to U.S.
Daimler Recalls Sprinter and Metris Vans
Daimler Unveils Detroit DD8 Medium-Duty Diesel Engine
Mitsubishi Fuso Adds Telogis Telematics to Cabovers

Fiat Chrysler

Ram Commercial Enhances Truck, Van Upfitting

Ford

Ford Offers CK-4 Alternative Oil for Super Duty Diesels
Ford Updates Transit Van for 2018
Ford Adds Electrification to Vehicle Modifier Program
Ford F-650/F-750 Again Named Medium-Duty Truck of the Year

General Motors

Chevrolet's New Medium-Duty Truck to Get Duramax Diesel, Allison Transmission

Isuzu

Isuzu Recalls N-Series Cabovers for Loose Bolts
Isuzu Sets Production, Ordering for Class 6 Cabover
Isuzu's Diesel Engine Durability Upped to 375,000 Miles

Mack

Mack Brings Uptime Solutions to Legacy Vehicles

Navistar

Navistar Expands OnCommand Connect Capabilities

Paccar

Allison TC10 Available for Kenworth, Peterbilt Trucks Later this Year
Peterbilt Sets Dealer Growth Record, Completes Denton Plant Expansion
Kenworth Makes Bendix Wingman Advanced Standard for T680
Two Peterbilt Models Eligible for HVIP
Peterbilt Reduces Weight on Updated Model 220

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