Home Truck Sales Truck Brands International HX Series
International truck lineup with International logo behind them
International HX Series Truck

International HX Series

International® HX Series trucks are built around the driver and ready to dominate the work site. With a new extreme-duty cab available in day cab or sleeper configuration and impressive frame rail strength, the HX is ideal for severe-duty applications like concrete, construction, heavy haul, heavy wrecker, logging and more. Plus, it has available configurations ranging from HX520 or HX620, BBCs of either 119" or 120" and set-forward or set-back front axles.

The International HX Series can handle whatever you throw at it. Featuring a spacious and premium interior and built with durable, corrosion-resistant steel, the extreme-duty cab takes on tasks in comfort and style. Plus, the HX Series is more TEM-friendly than ever, thanks to built-in Diamond Logic® multiplex technology and lift axle options installed directly at the factory. The HX520 and HX620 also feature the industry's only available 3.5 million RBM 0.5" huck-bolted single rail frame, driver-friendly compact hood and set-forward front axle built to tackle stringent axle weight restrictions with optimal maneuverability. The HX Series truck is powered by the International A26 or Cummins X15 engine, with horsepower ranging from 370 to 605 and torque from 1,350 lb.-ft. at 1,000 RPM to 2,050 lb.-ft. at 1,000 RPM.


  • HX520 and HX620


  • 52,000–92,000 lbs.


  • HX620: International A26
  • HX520 and HX620: Cummins X15


  • Eaton Manual
  • Eaton UltraShiftPLUS® Automated
  • Allison EVS, RDS, OFS Series Automatic

Axle Configurations

  • 6x4 or 8x6
  • 4x2 (upon request)

Cab Type

  • Day Cab
  • 56" Low and High Sleeper
  • 73" High Sleeper

SEARCH INVENTORY about International HX Series

Other Severe-Duty Trucks.

6 Advantages of the S13 Integrated Powertrain

Available for International LT® Series, RH Series and HX620 models, the S13 Integrated Powertrain has a lot to offer for companies looking to streamline the overall operation of their fleets. We broke down the advantages it provides on The Long Haul blog to help International truck owners shift their idea of what’s possible for their business.

Read More