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VALVOLINE EXPERTS NOTE INDUSTRY CHANGES
From strictly workhorses to luxurious personal vehicles, many drivers choose diesel. Diesel engines have changed significantly over the years, and with changes to the engine come changes to maintenance and application. Technical director, Roger Dale England, PhD, and Michael Wedding, engineering and technical manager at Valvoline, share their insight to the changing world of diesel engines and other changes in the industry.
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ISUZU ASSEMBLES 50,000TH N-SERIES GASOLINE TRUCK IN AMERICA
Isuzu’s 50,000th gasoline-powered N-Series truck rolled off the assembly line on August 1 in Charlotte, Michigan. The N-Series truck was the first gasoline-powered low cab forward truck available in North America, and the assembly of 50,000 of these trucks proves Isuzu was correct in anticipating such a demand for the truck.
The N-Series gasoline-powered trucks feature a Vortec 6-L small-block V8 engine, producing 297 hp at 4,300 rpm and generating 372 lb-ft of torque at 4,000 rpm—the most torque of any gasoline-powered LCF truck in North America.
Isuzu offers a full range of gasoline-powered models including the NPR with a GVWR of 12,000 lbs and the NPR-HD with a GVWR of 14,500 lbs. For more, visit www.isuzucv.com.
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