With EPA2010-certified Volvo D13 engines and selective catalytic reduction (SCR), Penske has selected the cleanest-running diesel trucks available today that can deliver 5% better fuel economy than previous engines and a smaller carbon footprint for its customers. The initial 100 units of the order have been built and are being placed in Penske’s commercial truck rental fleet. The remaining 500 VN670s will be produced and delivered over the next several months.
“We are extremely happy that Penske chose Volvo trucks and engines to meet the EPA’10 emissions standard, while also delivering the performance and fuel economy Penske and its customers require,” said Scott Kress, vice president – sales for Volvo Trucks in North America. “Volvo’s engines and SCR system are the most tested products in our company’s history and are the right choice for EPA’10. Penske not only has a deserved reputation as one of the leaders in evaluating new technology, they are committed to running the cleanest and most efficient trucks available.”
“Volvo’s trucks and engines are right in line with our approach to minimizing environmental impacts and improving operations. We think our truck rental and truck leasing customers will embrace vehicles like these as win-win options for their businesses and the environment,” said Marc Althen, senior vice president of administration and procurement for Penske Truck Leasing.
Volvo’s EPA’10 technology eliminates active regenerations of the diesel particulate filter (DPF), which saves additional fuel, while also simplifying truck operations. All Volvo diesel engines meet the EPA’10 emissions regulations without the use of emissions credits.
May 4, 2010
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