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$135 Million Settlement Approved in Navistar MaxxForce Engines Lawsuit

Navistar MaxxForce engine A Navistar MaxxForce engine is displayed at an industry show in 2012. (John Sommers II for Transport Topics)

A federal judge in Chicago has granted final approval of a $135 million settlement between a court-certified class of an estimated 45,000 plaintiffs and Navistar Inc. in connection with the truck maker’s troubled model year 2011-2014 MaxxForce engines.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
January 28, 2020

Former Navistar CEO Daniel Ustian, SEC Ready to Discuss Settlement

Former Navistar International Inc. CEO Daniel Ustian and the Securities and Exchange Commission have indicated they are ready to discuss a possible settlement in a civil lawsuit.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
September 5, 2017

E&MU: EGR Cooling Issues Vex Fleets

The coolers at the heart of exhaust gas recirculation systems that have been present on diesel truck engines since 2002 have been failing at a worrisome rate, according to several fleet managers.

July 16, 2012