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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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World’s first dual-fuel refuse collection vehicles use Allison transmissions for lifetime cost savings

The vehicles, each running on a combination of diesel and hydrogen, and equipped with a fully automatic Allison transmission, are now in service in Scotland.

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Allison Transmission to feature industry-leading products and new technology at Auto Shanghai debut

Allison Transmission will showcase its fully automatic transmissions and newest technology for commercial-duty vehicles at booth 5BH139 in Hall 5.2 during Auto Shanghai, April 21-28. This will be the company’s first appearance at the biannual auto event.

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Spanish Defense Ministry begins receiving 700 Iveco Defence Vehicles (IDV) equipped with Allison transmissions

The trucks feature different body types and will be used in a number of configurations for transporting troops, food and medicine, as well as supporting other vehicles.

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Waste disposal company improves driver safety and productivity with Allison transmissions

Waste disposal company, Kankyo Gijutsu Co. Ltd., purchased vehicles equipped with fully automatic Allison transmissions to decrease fatigue and accidents and overall driver safety.

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