Before Oshkosh Truck pulled off its notable victory in the M-ATV competition, the Pentagon had already tried to field a lighter version of the MRAP better suited to the terrain in Afghanistan. Navistar came up the winner with its MaxxPro Dash before putting its MXT armored vehicle platform up to compete for the M-ATV contracts.
Apparently MRAP lite still has its uses:
Navistar Defense, LLC has been awarded a $752 million contract to provide 1,050 enhanced International MaxxPro Dash Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles. The vehicles under the contract from the U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command will include the DXM independent suspension solution.