At the heart of the Cascadia 126, the Detroit DD16 engine is the biggest, toughest, most powerful engine Detroit has ever produced. With a wide, flat torque curve, and delivering up to 600hp and 2,780Nm, it handles the hardest jobs you can throw at it, with exceptional efficiency and reassuring reliability.
Advantages at a glance:
- 15.6L displacement.
- Turbo compounding to recover exhaust heat and transform lost potential into bonus power.
- Wide, flat torque curve. Next-generation Amplified Common Rail System (ACRS™) for optimum combustion control.
- Integrated Jacobs brake with three levels of engine braking for enhanced downhill control, shorter stopping distances, and reduced wear on service brakes, tyres and other components.