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August 19, 2019 | Commercial Carrier Journal
The new engine delivers up to 11% fuel savings overall compared with model-year 2015 trucks, Volvo said. Other improvements include enhanced efficiency over a wider range of applications, more engine ratings and a new EE Extra Efficiency drive mode. The new D13TC will be available for order later this year and go into production at the end of the first quarter of 2020.
“This new D13TC builds upon this game-changing engine technology, further increasing fuel efficiency by up to 3% over the current D13TC engine, saving approximately $1,200 per year per truck, based on the average fuel price and 125,000 miles per year,” he said.