When are we going to see manufacturers update their small IC trucks with 56-130kw engines to meet Euro Stage V engine regulations? No one has released any information yet as far as I can see, apart from Hyster who are using a Kubota 2.4L with DPF. But when will they no longer be able to see trucks with the current engines?
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don't forget the ad blue system as kubota 3,8 L.
Linde look like they will use the Deutz 2.2L 3 cylinder tier V engine in there new 2.5 - 3.5 truck. Most manufactures in the range under 5,000kg might now look at electric powered trucks and drop IC engine trucks all together
It should be interesting to see how the Chinese manufactures deal with the issue. There is also changes LPG forklifts. But i think the addition of catalyst converter is all that is required along with some changes to fuel system. But again there is very little info available.
Yes I have heard others are going this. Also heard this morning that Toyota are changing to the new DPF/turbo charged engine in all their trucks imminently, with a very substantial price increase also.
I have heard hyster will be dropping small diesel trucks. And only offering 2500kg up. Which i guess makes sense. Trying to squeeze and diesel engine with DPF etc. into a 1500kg truck would be difficult and result in more heat etc.
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