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SmartEfficiency™: The Big Picture

SmartEfficiency is more than just a headline. It’s a working philosophy that infuses every aspect of product development, sales and support across all our bus markets to all of our customers. It’s not just the use of advanced technology, but also the implementation of logical workflow and customer support, to enhance productivity and improve customer satisfaction.

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ISL G Near Zero, Additional Applications Certified

The Cummins Westport ISL G Near Zero engine has recently been certified for transit, school and shuttle bus applications, and will be in production in the second quarter of 2016. Every rating currently available for the ISL G will also be available in a Near Zero configuration. These engines can be particularly advantageous for bus customers operating in non-attainment zones or under stringent local government requirements.

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Clearly Better: ISL G Near Zero

Electric power plants are being touted as a viable alternative to conventional bus engines. Given the success that some electric cars and even hybrids have enjoyed, it’s understandable. But recent developments with the Cummins Westport Near Zero ISL G engine make it a better choice – not just because it’s cheaper to operate and uses proven technology, but also because it runs as clean or cleaner than any electric engine proposed for the bus market.

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Natural Gas Academy Online

One of the hottest topics in transportation today is natural gas engines. Nowhere is this truer than in urban transit and school bus markets. Cummins Westport – the leader in natural gas engines – has posted a series of videos online that provide the information you need to know about cost savings, durability, fuel storage and more. Click the headline to learn more and to watch the videos.

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Clearly Better: Bus Engines for 2013

Cummins bus engines meet the 2013 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations as well as the 2014 greenhouse gas (GHG) and fuel-efficiency standards. This means that the ISX12, ISL9, ISB6.7 and ISL G have the cleanest ratings available. Increased combustion efficiency and reduced parasitic loads on our diesel engines result in improved fuel economy compared to 2012 engines. Read the full story for more on our 2013 bus engines.

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