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Procision: Top Of The Class


Carry your precious cargo more safely and effi ciently with the Procision™


automatic


dual-clutch transmission. It’s an engineering breakthrough from the 100-year leader in commercial vehicle transmissions. With smart features that deliver more reliability, control, and driver confi dence than the torque converter automatic you’re currently using. Here are some of the other features that have Procision earning high marks:


SAFETY


Adjustable Urge To Move and Creep Mode provide best-in-class low speed maneuverability


Hill Helper prevents roll-back or roll-forward on grades for up to three seconds, allowing a more controlled launch


Brake pedal-actuated Tap Down Shifting gives the driver more control and increases brake pad life


Lower engine noise creates a better operating environment


SMART


8-10% better fuel economy* than a torque converter automatic


150,000-mile lube & fi lter changes for reduced maintenance costs


* Based on third-party testing. Fuel economy results may vary based on driving conditions and load. © 2018 Eaton Cummins Automated Transmission Technologies. All rights reserved.


CONFIDENCE


Innovative dual-clutch technology provides smooth delivery of power for confi dent driving and a comfortable ride


Eaton Dynamic Shifting uses grade, weight and driver demand to select optimum shift points to balance performance and fuel economy


PEACE OF MIND 5-year, unlimited mile warranty


Backed by the solutions, support and expertise of the Roadranger®


network


Learn more at ProvingProcision.com


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