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Navistar’s China partner JAC to offer MAN engines


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360 Truck  /  February 15, 2017

At its 2017 annual meeting, truckmaker JAC announced that its flagship K7 tractor will now be available with the Sinotruk-produced Euro-5 emissions 13-litre MC13 engine.

Sinotruk (aka. CNHTC) is a competing Chinese truckmaker that has a truck and engine producing joint venture with MAN.

JAC, which produces light and medium truck engines under license with Navistar’s Brazilian subsidiary MWM, does not produce heavy truck engines

The MC13, like Navistar’s N13 in the global market, is a license-built version of the MAN D26 engine.

Previously, JAC’s all-new K7 tractor was announced with engine maker Yuchai’s Euro-5 emissions 480 horsepower 12.2 litre and 540 horsepower 12.9-litre engines, YC6K12 48-50 and YC6K1354-50 respectively. The architecture of these engines is based on the Detroit Diesel 60 Series.


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