Diesel Engines For International Trucks in Michigan

With Navistar’s International Truck Lineup,
YOU Get To Choose Your Diesel Engine:
A26 Big Bore Diesel Engine

Navistar/International took a radical new approach to diesel engine design, starting ‘from the block up’
using the MAN D26 engine platform and then perfecting it for the North American market, offering the
lightest weight in its class, greatly reduced engine noise, an increase in oil change interval to 70,000 miles, an increase up to 600,000 miles for DPF cleaning, and a big jump in fuel efficiency.

Not stopping there, International has given the A26 Big Bore Diesel a

The International A26 has earned the B10 International Standard which requires that 90% of all
engines endure 1.2 million miles before the first major repair is needed for ‘built in’ reliability.

For more detailed info, click HERE for the A26 Specification Card,

or HERE for the A26 Brochure,

To read what prominent industry publications such as HDT – Heavy Duty Trucking and
CCJ – Commercial Carrier Journal has to say about the new International A26 Big Bore Diesel engine,
click HERE to go to our ‘In The News’ page of our website.

For more info on the Cummins / International partnership and Cummins products, click on the black Cummins logo above.

After a brief hiatus, Navistar has once again partnered with Cummins, reviving a 75 year history of mutual success, to offer both the Cummins ISB 6.7 Liter diesel engine and the ISX 15 Liter diesel engine, and as of March 2016, the Cummins ISL9 also. Cummins diesel engines are the most popular, most-purchased diesel engines in the world offering high performance and excellent reliability. Cummins engines are well known to diesel mechanics and can be worked on by thousands of dealerships regardless of brand and diesel repair shops everywhere.


Efficiency &


Cummins B6.7 Brochure

Cummins X15 Efficiency

Cummins X15 Performance

Cummins L9 Brochure

The Cummins B6.7 Liter Diesel, and now also the Cummins L9 Liter diesel are both available in International DuraStar & WorkStar.

The Cummins X15 Efficiency & X15 Performance Series Engines are both available in International’s LT & HX models.

The Cummins ISX 15 Liter diesel is available in International ProStar+ Sleeper Cab and Day Cab & 900i models.

For more information on Cummins and their engine lineup,
please click HERE

Navistar’s New N-Series Engines: Turbo-Driven & Emissions Ready

Navistar’s new N-Series of diesel engines, the N-9, N-10 & N-13 all feature dual sequential turbochargers to offer powerful, smooth performance for any job, in any terrain, from stop light to mountaintop. The smaller, primary turbo responds quickly for immediate take-off at low engine speeds. The larger, secondary turbo provides peak power at higher speeds and on steep grades. Being equipped with Dual Fixed Geometry Turbochargers such as these means:

  • Less moving parts and complexity for more reliable performance
  • Prevention of high bearing loads and overloads
  • Excellent throttle response

The N-Series engines all feature current, state-of-the-art, proven SCR technology such as used on Cummins engines, so each N-Series engine meets all existing emissions target requirements on their own merits without the need for or use of emission credits.

The N-Series’ electro-hydraulic, high-pressure fuel system features new high-efficiency injector nozzles and advanced electronic control strategies for fuel economy gains. Also offering wet-sleeve design and in-chassis rebuild capability, the N-Series offer a complete package of high performance, low maintenance and low cost of operation suitable for any application.

N9 / N10 Diesel Engines N13 Diesel Engine

To view the N-9/10 Spec Card, click here

To view the N-13 Spec Card, click here

The N-9 International diesel engine is available in Dura Star and WorkStar models.

The N-10 International diesel engine is available in the WorkStar model.

The N-13 International diesel engine is available in International ProStar+ Sleeper and Day Cab models, the TranStar, the WorkStar and HX models.

Navistar’s Heritage of Excellence In Engine Production
Navistar began building engines more than 110 years ago and began experimenting
with diesel engines in 1916. It made its first diesel engine, the D-40, for use in International Harvester tractors in 1933 and its first diesel-powered truck in 1937.
With this experience and Navistar’s commitment to offering the industry’s latest and
best technology, it’s easy to understand why MaxxForce engines offer superior performance, reliability and fuel economy. Click on the heading link above to view a more complete history of International’s diesel engine production in pdf form.

Industry-Leading Technology In The Modern Era

All MaxxForce engines utilize the following technology, setting them far apart from
the competition:

  • Compacted Graphite Iron Block (CGI) brings increased durability and
    power without added weight, compared to typical gray iron. Because CGI has
    at least 75% higher tensile strength, 45% higher stiffness and near double the fatigue strength of iron, MaxxForce engines offer both lighter weight and
    superior durability. This platform handles the highest fuel pressures that
    deliver the best fuel combustion while reducing vibration and noise.
  • Advanced Air Managment featuring dual sequential turbochargers – the
    smaller, primary turbo responds quickly for immediate take-off at low engine speeds – the larger, secondary turbo provides peak power at higher speeds
    and on steep grades.
  • Advanced Fuel System featuring extremely efficient piezo injectors and high injection pressure for precise dosing, injection timing and optimal combustion
    which results in better fuel efficiency, in-cylinder emissions reduction, and
    super-quiet operation.

How To Maximize Performance With Your International’s Diesel Engine

Created by Navistar, this two-page document explains such details as: How to read
the dashboard warning lights for the engine and exhaust system; Procedures for DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) Regeneration; Tips for driving for maximum fuel economy;
and description of multiple electronic features available with MaxxForce engines.


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