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Detroit Diesel Launches Redeveloped Series 60, MBE 4000, and MBE 900 Diesel Engines

March 28, 2006

LOUISVILLE, KY – Detroit Diesel Corp. has launched its redeveloped Series 60, MBE 4000, and MBE 900 diesel engines. The 2007 Series 60 heavy-duty engine will retain its leadership position as the fuel economy leader among Class 8 diesel engines. The engine’s advanced fuel system, next generation electronics, and Aftertreatment System will meet the new emissions standards, without impacting fuel economy or engine performance. Enhancements that have been added to the 2007 Series 60 include reduced exhaust emissions, lower oil consumption with a monotherm piston, improved turbocharger performance, new fuel injection system, and next generation engine management system.
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