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Astleford International Trucks is leading the pack with big savings on trucks that are changing the game with the 'Drive The Difference' Sales Event. Astleford International is one of the largest International trucks dealerships in the upper Midwest. See the Drive the Difference sales page for more details.

Astleford has a truck for virtually any commercial application. We offer International, Mitsubishi FUSO, Isuzu and Crane Carrier trucks. We present a complete range of services and are dedicated to serving you in the most efficient manner possible, at the lowest overall cost, with the best available products.





  • "Drive the Difference" Sales Event


    Click on the picture, below, to learn more about the 'Drive the Difference' Sales Event featuring the Medium Duty, Heavy Duty and Severe Duty International truck products.
    Drive the Difference Sales Event
  • EPA Certifies Navistar’s New “Clean” Engine


    13-liter engine with “selective catalytic reduction” clears 2010 emissions standard After redirecting its Class 8 truck engine design program midway through last year, Navistar Inc., has received U.S. Environmental Protection Agency certification for one of its large truck engines incorporating selective catalytic reduction (SCR) emissions technology. The truck and engine builder started shipping trucks with the new technology in December, and now it indicates that EPA certifies its 13-liter heavy-duty engine at or below the required 0.20 g/bhp-hr NOx.
  • J.D. Power and Associates Reports:


    International Ranks Highest in Heavy-Duty Truck Engine Satisfaction Navistar’s International MaxxForce engines rank highest in customer satisfaction with a score of 760 and perform particularly well in four of eight factors: engine reliability and dependability, engine warranty, vibration at idle and average fuel economy.
  • Morgan Stanley Research


    Investment conclusion: Navistar becomes our top pick, after extensive work that suggests: 1) The company’s 2010 engines are performing well, and may in fact end up being the better technology path. 2) Downside risk that the engines will struggle is much lower than perceived, as the company’s Pure Power/Amminex solution looks very viable as an alternate emissions path.
  • Navistar Now Shipping TerraStar 4x4


    Launched in 2010, originally with a 4x2 configuration, this work truck offers more capabilities to customers, says the company, and positions International Truck to participate in a significant piece of the market where it didn’t previously have a presence. It is designed for a wide-range of customer needs, including construction, utility, emergency, oilfield and other vocational applications. The TerraStar 4x4 provides frame rail strength of 80,000 psi, a commercial-duty Allison Optimized1000 Series transmission, a Fabco TC-28 gear-driven transfer case and a 5-year unlimited mile warranty.
  • Navistar Releases 1st Vehicles With Cummins ISB Engines


    12/23/13 - Navistar, Inc. announced today that it has started customer shipments of its first International® DuraStar® vehicles with the Cummins ISB 6.7-liter engine. The DuraStar is available with the broadest array of specifications in the medium-duty industry and the addition of the Cummins ISB 6.7-liter engine now expands Navistar's product reach to a wider audience. The DuraStar is also available with the MaxxForce® 7, MaxxForce DT and MaxxForce 9 – in many horsepower and torque ranges.
  • International Sweeps 2014 Truck Dealers’ Awards


    The International ProStar with Cummins ISX15 was named ATD Truck of the Year in the heavy-duty division, while the International TerraStar 4×4 took medium-duty Truck of the Year at the American Truck Dealers Expo in New Orleans, La.