MXT-APC


MXT-APC: Multi-Mission Capable


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MXT-APC

It eats up rough terrain.

The MXT-APC is a highly maneuverable vehicle with outstanding survivability and payload capability. Designed and built to carry up to ten passengers, its body design supports a variety of mission needs including government and military, Homeland Security, Border Patrol, and SWAT.

Vehicle Highlights

    • Rugged, light frame rail system
    • Outstanding survivability and payload capability
    • MRAP-like protection from ballistics fire, mines and roadside bombs
    • Superior off-road mobility in rough terrain

The Navistar Defense MXT is designed with a rugged, light frame rail system for superior off-road mobility in rough terrain like Afghanistan. Its 4x4 performance and MRAP-like protection from ballistics fire, mines and roadside bombs help ensure the safety of personnel and cargo alike.

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MaxxForce® 6.0D

The MaxxForce® 6.0D is designed to power light-to-medium wheeled and tracked military vehicles. This hard working V-8 delivers up to 340 HP and 660 lb-ft of torque.

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Success Story:

Breaking delivery records to save lives.

When you're making armored vehicles to protect the troops, there's a special kind of urgency. That's why Navistar Defense is so proud of our manufacturing quality and efficiency. No story illustrates that better than the production of our MaxxPro® MRAP Recovery Vehicle.




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