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International MXT-MV
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Place of origin  USA
Service history
In service 2006-
Used by  United Kingdom
Production history
Designer International Truck
Designed 2005
Manufacturer International Truck
Produced 2006-
Variants MXT-MVA
Length 230"-270"
Width 96"
Height 93" (operational)
91" (transport)
Crew 1+10

Armor Variable level armor kits
optional remote weapon station
Engine International VT 365
Transmission Allison 2500 SP
Suspension 4x4, wheeled
Ground clearance 12"
400 miles

The MXT-MV (Military Extreme Truck - Military Version) was introduced in 2006. Part of International Truck's Military Vehicles line, it is an International MXT extensively modified for military duty, transportable by C-130.[1]


  • 12 V/24 V/110 V Diamond Logic electrical system/vehicle monitoring
  • 40° approach angle
  • 25° departure angle
  • 30" fording capability
  • 1-10 passengers depending on configuration


Both variants are available with three different cab configurations: Standard, Extended Cab, and Crew Cab.


Standard, unarmored version.

MXT-MVA (Armored)

The Plasan Sasa designed [2] armored version, the MXT-MVA, has the choice of two removable armor kits, dubbed A-Kit and B-Kit, with increasing levels of protection against bullets, mines, and IEDs.[3]

Husky TSV

The Husky is a variant of the MXT-MVA modified to satisfy the UK MoD's Tactical Support Vehicles (TSV) requirements for the British Army.[4]


Navistar built its rejected M-ATV candidate sharing some powertrain & suspension components with the MXT, but with a completely unique chassis. This protection system was designed by Navistar rather than their normal MXT and MRAP partner, Plasan.[5][6]


  • The MXT-MVA was demonstrated to the US Army on August 14, 2006 at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds.[7]
  •  United Kingdom The Navistar MXT-MVA is the UK's Husky Tactical Support Vehicle (Medium). A contract for 351 (262+89) vehicles has been signed. [8]


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