Cummins updates Stage V B6.7 engine

By Leila Steed01 April 2021

Engine manufacturer Cummins has upgraded its Stage V B6.7 engine with Stop-Start capability, which means the model now uses 10% less fuel than its previous versions.

The Stage V B6.7 Performance Series engine is said to improve the performance of machines that need higher-speed power delivery with low-end torque capability.

Jeremy Harsin, Cummins Off-Highway Business Director said, Harsin said, “Many machines sit idling on construction sites for long periods in between tasks.”

He added, “Stop-Start capability is included in the B6.7 to further cut fuel consumption as well as overall maintenance costs. Fuel savings should be between 5 and 10% but could be higher based on the machine duty cycle...Sign in to continue reading.

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