Navistar

Class-action lawsuit accuses Navistar of knowingly selling defective engines

| July 11, 2014

A class-action lawsuit filed July 10 by three trucking companies against Navistar-International echoes claims of similar lawsuits filed this week: The truck and engine maker knew its EGR-only MaxxForce engines had defects and Navistar concealed ...

Navistar hit with 3 lawsuits over EGR-only engines as carriers claim defects, losses

| July 08, 2014

Three trucking companies have filed lawsuits against truck and engine maker Navistar, claiming its '11-'12 MaxxForce engines were defective and didn’t meet federal emissions standards. The lawsuits further allege Navistar knew its engines were flawed ...

Video log: Test driving the 2014 International ProStar with the Eaton-Cummins powertrain

| May 06, 2014

CCJ Executive Editor Jack Roberts outside Chicago, Ill., this week to get a peak at the 2014 International ProStar equipped with the Eaton-Cummins Smart Advantage powertrain.

Navistar stresses vocational commitment

| March 07, 2014

The company refined SCR transition schedules and introduced new vocational options -- and the TerraStar bagged work truck of the year awards.

Navistar sees net loss of $248M in 2014 first quarter

| March 05, 2014

Truck and engine maker Navistar International recorded a net loss of $248 million in the first quarter of the 2014 fiscal year, per an announcement from the company March 5.

Navistar consolidating manufacturing plants for mid-range engines

| February 21, 2014

Navistar says it will save $22 million each year by consolidating production of its mid-range engines, shifting some production from Huntsville, Ala., to Melrose Park, Ill.

Court sides with engine makers, against EPA and throws out rule that benefitted Navistar

| December 13, 2013

Federal appellate judges this week again tossed out a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rule that allowed for the approval of Navistar's heavy-duty truck engines that did not meet 2010 emission standards.

Navistar says it has completed transition to SCR

| October 29, 2013

Navistar, maker of International trucks, says it has completed its transition away from exhaust gas recirculation-only engines to selective catalytic reduction exhaust aftertreatment tech as a means to comply with 2010 engine emissions standards.

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