|Type||Common Electric (200%)|
|Offer Type||Offer Date||Cost||Buy XP||Level||Restrictions|
|Limited||25 Jan 2016-8 Feb 2016||295||8,400||69||Limit 1|
|Limited||25 Jan 2016-8 Feb 2016||1,400,000||8,400||99||Limit 1|
|Limited||5 Mar 2018-19 Mar 2018||295||8,400||69||Limit 2|
|Limited||5 Mar 2018-19 Mar 2018||1,400,000||8,400||99||Limit 2|
|The Acela HHP-8 is a double-ended electric locomotive manufactured by a consortium of Bombardier and Alstom. HHP-8 stands for High HorsePower 8000. They replaced the GE E60s and supplement the aging AEM-7s on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor, though some of the AEM-7s have been upgraded to match the hauling power of the HHP-8s because the HHP-8s suffered from intractable reliability problems. The locomotive can haul Amfleet cars at speeds of up to 125 mph (201 km/h). They are sometimes referred to by train crews as "Hippos", "Rhinos", and "Bananas".|
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