Navistar International Truck

Navistar International Corp. is the parent company of International Truck and Engine Corp, that produces "International" brand commercial trucks. These trucks are sold in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Mexico and in other 90 countries throughout the world. The company also provides financing for its customers and distributors through its wholly owned subsidiary, Navistar Financial Corp.

HEAVY: 9000 Series, ProStar, TranStar
International Heavy trucks
9000 Series and ProStar:These trucks are built for maximum reliability. The aerodynamic shape increases fuel efficiency by up to 2%-5%. The set back front axle gives excellent maneuverability, and the capacity to haul longer trailers and bigger payloads. These trucks can be used for Liquid or Dry Bulk, Owner Operator, Long Haul, and regional Haul.

TranStar:These trucks are perfect for low-mileage tractor applications like short regional haul and urban delivery operations. Comes with standard cab air suspension.


MEDIUM: CityStarDuraStar
International Medium trucks
CityStar: These trucks are perfect for Landscaping, Pick up and Delivery and Waste Collection
DuraStar: These trucks are perfect for Construction, Landscaping, Utility, Waste Collection, Pick up and Delivery, Transporting Bevarages, as a city Tractor, tow truck. It has a high torque engine (4400 - DT 466) for big loads and steep hills.


SEVERE: PayStar, WorkStar
International Light trucks
These trucks are used in Construction and Waste Collection. These trucks are built to go in the gravel pit, the landfill, the construction site. It built with up to 560 hp of big-bore power on a superior strength frame-rail system. With dual power-steering gears (16,000-lb and up axles), full air suspension cab, and up to a full 50 degree wheel cut, this truck can make short work of tight spots.


XT Models:
International XT Light trucks

List of Navistar engines:
International Truck and Engine has launched the MaxxForce brand name for their line of Diesel engines. All current engines will be branded as "MaxxForce" followed by a number corresponding to the engine's displacement, rounded up. So the 4.5 L VT275 becomes the "MaxxForce 5". Ford will continue to use the Power Stroke brand name on their International engines.

  • 1980-1987 9.0 L (551 CI) Direct-Injection V8
  • 1983-1987 6.9 L Indirect-Injection V8 (Ford)
  • 1988-1994 7.3 L Indirect-Injection V8 (Ford)
  • 1994-2003 T444E (Older PowerStroke)
    • 7.3 L V8
  • 2003-2006 VT365/PowerStroke(Ford)
    • 6.0 L V8
    • 6.4 L V8 (MaxxForce 7)
  • I6
    • "PLN" Pump Line and Nozzle, Direct Injection
      • DT 360 - 5.9 L
      • DT 466 - 7.6 L
    • "NGD" (1994-1997) New Generation Diesel, PLN, DI
      • DT 408 - 6.7 L
      • DT 466 - 7.6 L
      • HT 466 - 7.6 L
      • DT 530 - 8.7 L
      • HT 530 - 8.7 L
    • "HEUI" Hydraulic Electric Unit Injector, Direct Injection (1994 - up)
      • DT 466 - 7.6 L
      • HT 466 - 7.6 L
      • DT 530 - 8.7 L
      • HT 530 - 8.7 L
      • DT 570 - 9.3 L
      • HT 570 - 9.3 L
  • V6
    • VT 275 - 4.5 L
  • MaxxForce Brand Truck, Bus and RV Engines (2007 - )
    • MaxxForce 5 - 4.5 L V-6
    • MaxxForce 7 - 6.4 L V-8
    • MaxxForce DT - 7.6 L I-6
    • MaxxForce 9 - 9.3 L I-6
    • MaxxForce 10 - 9.3 L I-6