Most North American heavy-duty diesel engine manufacturers rolled out substantially revamped engines to meet the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) 2017 Greenhouse Gas emissions regulations. Those rules were the final step for diesel engines in Phase 1 of the grand carbon dioxide reduction plan. Engine makers now have a few years to figure how to meet the next – and even more restrictive – round of fuel-efficiency improvements, which come into force for Model Year 2021 engines.
SelecTrucks offers new aftertreatment system warranty coverage on both Detroit and Cummins engines in used Freightliner and Western Star trucks
Company adds that it’s ahead on 2010 solution as well.
Detroit Diesel Corporation’s Series 60 engines are “definitely ready for EPA ’07,” says Carsten Reinhardt,
president and chief executive officer.