OEM Support B100 OEMs Supporting B20 OEMs Supporting B5
CNH (Most models; some variation in new models w/ aftertreatment) Arctic Cat (2006) Audi
(Allow up to B20 in IL and MN)
Deutz AG (2012) Buhler (2007) BMW
Fairbanks Morse (2007) Caterpillar (All model years) Detroit Diesel (DD13, DD15, DD16 and
MBE900 / 4000 engine models )
Fiat Chrysler (FCA) –
Ram (2007) & Jeep (2013)
Hustler Turf Equipment
Cummins (2002) Mercedes-Benz
Daimler Trucks – Including: (2012) Mitsubishi Fuso *
  -Detroit Diesel (Series 60 engines only) Nissan (B10)*
  – Freightliner / “ Custom Chassis (models with Cummins engines) Volkswagen
(Allow up to B20 in IL and MN)
– Thomas Built Buses
– Western Star (w/ Cummins engines) * = Actively Researching B20
Ferris (2011)
Ford (2011)
GMC & Chevrolet (2011 all; SEO since 2007)
HDT USA Motorcycles (2008)
Hino Trucks (2011)
Navistar – International / MaxxForce (2007)
IC Bus (2007)
Isuzu Commercial Trucks (2011)
Jaguar / Land Rover (2016)
John Deere (2004) – up to B100 w/o DPF
Kubota (2006)
Mack (EPA 2007 & EPA 2010 models)
McCormick Tractors (2014 and forward)
Monaco RV (2007)
PACCAR – Including: (All model years)
– Kenworth (All model years)
– Peterbilt (All model years)
Perkins (2008)
Tomcar (2008)
Toro (2008; SEO kits for <2008)
Volvo Trucks (EPA 2010 models)
Workhorse (2007)
Yanmar (2011)
  • Dates indicated in ( ) above describe when the OEM first approved B20 or higher biodiesel blends
  • All major OEMs producing diesel vehicles for the U.S. market support at least B5 and lower blends, and in the GVW Class 5-8 vehicles that account for 92% of on-road diesel fuel use, the vast majority of the medium- and heavy-duty truck OEMs support B20. The biodiesel component must meet ASTM D6751, and the B20 blends must meet ASTM D7467 specifications. Many OEMs also recommend the use of a BQ-9000 supplier.