Navistar Enhances International WorkStar
Along with an all-new high visibility sloped hood option, the new WorkStar model will also include a completely refined interior with ergonomic enhancements and improved driver comfort features.
The new sloped hood option on WorkStar provides better visibility for the driver. In addition, a strong vocational mega-bracket design inspired from the International PayStar 5900 set-back axle supports the radiator and front-end.
The key product features for the International WorkStar 7600 with high visibility sloped hood option are 113â€ BBC for maximum maneuverability on the worksite, provides better visibility for the driver, features heavy-duty 150,000-pound tow hooks, available in 4x2 and 6x4 axle configurations and will also be available for REPTO and transmission mounted PTO applications.
In addition to the high visibility sloped hood option, the International WorkStar also features a completely redesigned and refined interior designed with the construction customer in mind.
The new WorkStar interior features provides easy-to-read ivory gauges or chrome bezel black gauges on instrument panel, premium rosewood trim on the dashboard and instrument panel, an ergonomic center panel for easy access to auxiliary truck and body control switches, hands-on steering wheel controls for enhanced driver safety, easy-to-clean vocational floor mats and vinyl interior panels throughout the cab to improve durability and a new back-wall pocket provides additional storage for the driver.
Jim Hebe, senior vice president of North American sales operations at Navistar, said: â€œWith the new sloped hood, WorkStar is now available in a comprehensive range of specifications to meet the diverse needs of our vocational truck customers.
â€œTogether with the improved visibility and interior enhancements, the WorkStar provides an added level of comfort and convenience that allows these vocational truck drivers to do their jobs safely and effectively.â€
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