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Navistar to offer Allison TC10® transmission with Cummins X15 engine for International® LT® Series, and Allison 3000 with A26 engine for RH™ Series trucks

Navistar has announced the Allison TC10® will be available with the Cummins X15 engine for its International® LT® Series of heavy-duty, long haul trucks, and the Allison 3000 Highway Series™ will be available with the International A26 engine for its RH™ Series of Class 8 regional haul tractors.

Allison Transmission to provide fleet managers with connected capabilities

Allison Transmission has partnered with multiple North American telematics service providers to deliver transmission health information by year-end.

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IKEA introduces special Allison-equipped vehicles for its Swedish distribution centers

IKEA recently introduced a new specially-designed Scania tractor at each distribution center in Sweden, equipped with fully automatic Allison 3000 Series™ transmissions.

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Dakar Rally drivers applaud Allison transmissions after grueling, off-road endurance race

Four drivers recently completed the Dakar Rally with an Allison 4500-equipped truck. Following the race, a few team members spoke about the reason their team had selected an Allison fully automatic transmission.

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Metrocity with Allison xFE transmission and diesel engine offers a more affordable route to Low Emission Bus certification

The new Optare Metrocity xFE midi-bus has been added to the list of Low Emission Bus (LEB) accredited vehicles.

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Lawrence E. Dewey to retire as Chairman and CEO of Allison Transmission in May 2018

As longest-serving head of Allison, Dewey has led company’s transition from its time as a division of General Motors to an independent public company.

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