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COMMENT: Could VW travails bring comfort for Cummins?

BY ALAN BUNTING. VW Group’s woes have dialled back any possible move on Navistar, in turn easing pressure on Cummins’s Navistar business, but other OEMs’ incentives continue to erode Cummins’ Class 8 business

Navistar and Cummins have become more mutually reliant than ever before, following the news that two more International chassis are being offered for the first time with Cummins power. Although the Class 5 and 6 DuraStar and WorkStar models remain available with in-house 9.3-litre N9 and N10 diesels, customers can now specify a Cummins 8.9-litre ISL instead.

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