New emissions standards set to kick in for medium- and heavy-duty trucks in 2007 will increase pricing by $5,000-$10,000 per vehicle, International Truck and Engine Corp. estimates. Dee Kapur, International truck group president, says during recent media briefing in Warrenville, IL, the company is making its forecasts public so “our customers can make informed decisions about their business.” The arrival of new emissions standards previously has led to a “pre-buy” strategy by fleet ...
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