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Volvo Increases Engine Prices to Offset Costs of Meeting Emissions Standards

March 6, 2006

GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN – Volvo Trucks North America has announced that it will increase engine prices by up to U.S. $7,500 to offset the costs of meeting emissions standards, reports NGV Global. The increase will affect the Volvo D11, D13, and D16 engines, as well as Cummins ISX engines supplied with Volvo chassis.
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