Tag Archives: Fuel Efficiency
The fuel-efficient MACK® Super Econodyne, on tour throughout the U.S. and Canada, is specifically designed for on-highway applications, delivering optimal performance for dry van and refrigerated loads, as well as flatbed and bulk tank operations.

Mack Spreads the Word about Great Fuel Efficiency with Mack Super Econodyne North American Tour

Showcasing its industry leadership in fuel efficiency and powertrain integration, Mack Trucks recently launched a North American tour featuring the MACK® Super Econodyne powertrain package. Super Econodyne-equipped MACK® Pinnacle™ models are currently traveling between Mack dealers throughout the U.S. and Canada, giving customers an opportunity to experience the fuel economy and performance benefits of the […]

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Western Star 4900 SB

Western Star 4900 SB Fuel Efficiency Package

Western Star is known for building good-looking trucks. Trucks that are tough, hard-working, long-lasting and highly customizable. But with the Fuel Efficiency (FE) package on a 4900SB, they’re also becoming known for combining aerodynamics, lightweight options and powerful engines to create a fuel efficient truck that doesn’t look like one. In fact, you can build […]

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New Detroit DT12 Transmission Contributes to Enhanced Fuel Efficiency and Performance

Detroit Diesel Corporation today showcased the Detroit™ DT12™ automated manual transmission. Part of the Detroit complete powertrain offering, the DT12 combines the operational ease of an automatic with the efficiency of a manual transmission, resulting in enhanced fuel economy, vehicle performance and safety. “The DT12 transmission complements the Detroit engines and axles with features that […]

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Mack Pinnacle

New Mack Powertrain Improves Fuel Efficiency

Let’s say you’ve bought a new Mack Pinnacle tractor and it’s now hitched to a flatbed trailer that’s loaded to the rubrails with lumber or bagged concrete or some other heavy commodity. You’ve told your driver that he should upshift at really low revs—1,400 rpm. Ha ha—of course he won’t drive it that way. You […]

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