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Allison Transmission announces xFE models with technology to further increase fuel economy for its 1000 Series™ and 2000 Series™

Previously only available with select 3000 Series™ models, expanded xFE portfolio now enables smaller, medium-duty buses and trucks to also use even less fuel.

Allison Transmission introduces next generation of advanced technology for fully automatic transmissions

New Allison nine-speed will provide reduced emissions, improved fuel economy and advanced stop-start capability. It is targeted for release in 2020.

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Petersburg Transport Co. reduces costs with Allison transmissions

To evaluate maintenance costs of bus equipped with fully automatic transmission, St. Petersburg Transport Co. (PTK), one of the largest passenger transport companies in northwest Russia, added four Allison-equipped PAZ 3204 to its fleet in 2012 and 2013.

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Smallest CNG mid-range refuse truck in France, equipped with an Allison transmission, to debut at Pollutec 2016

France’s smallest natural gas mid-range truck for refuse collection, the Iveco Eurocargo 120EL21 P, will debut in the Allison Transmission booth (Hall 2, Stand D122) during Pollutec 2016 at Lyon Eurexpo, Nov. 29 - Dec 2.

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Stuttgart airport operates Germany’s first Magirus Superdragon X8 with two Allison transmissions

Stuttgart airport has been operating Germany’s first Magirus Superdragon X8 since July. The 52-ton vehicle, with 8x8 powertrain and four-axle Iveco IM52X8 chassis, is equipped with a twin power pack using Iveco Cursor engines and Allison 4500R fully automatic transmissions.

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Allison Transmission more than doubles its service network in Japan

Allison Transmission recently announced it will expand its authorized service network in Japan from eight to 19 service locations by the end of 2016.

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