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The year 2015 is going to be a great time to buy a fullsize diesel. Sure, we could’ve probably said that every year during the decade Diesel Power has been in publication, but it’s still just as true. In fact, this year you can even buy a diesel truck fro. . .
Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) announced vehicle order intake for Class 6–8 NAFTA and exports markets reached 31,304 units in the month of October. The order figure represents the single largest order month on record for DTNA, as well as sets the new. . .
A smaller and more economical diesel powertrain, new styling and safety features, and optional on-demand four-wheel drive are among features of 2015 Sprinter models, which are now being shipped to dealers from the Daimler company’s facilities in South Car. . .
After several years away from the medium-duty market, Detroit Diesel is back. Daimler Trucks North America, the parent company of Thomas Built Buses, announced that it will once again offer the Detroit brand, medium-duty diesel engines starting in 2016 wi. . .
SAN DIEGO, CA. Having recently added a heavy-duty transmission to its existing Detroit Powertrain lineup of heavy-duty axles and engines, Daimler Trucks North America will add medium-duty engines, according to Martin Daum, DTNA president and CEO. Base. . .