The Freightliner Trucks brand is one of the most recognizable and respected names in the trucking industry. Fleet managers and owner-operators alike associate Freightliner Trucks with efficient, dependable vehicles — business tools to be relied upon day in and day out under even the most punishing conditions.
Freightliner Trucks manufactures Class 5-8 models that serve a wide range of commercial vehicle applications. Its commitment to innovation, advanced technology and responsive customer relations makes it easy to understand why Freightliner Trucks is the best-selling brand of heavy-duty Class 8 trucks in North America.
“We are dedicated to providing our vocational customers with a breadth of options that contribute to durability and benefit on-the-job performance,” said Mary Aufdemberg, director of product marketing for Freightliner Trucks.
Freightliner Trucks announced that the Cummins Westport ISX12 G heavy duty natural gas engine will be available as a factory-installed option for the Freightliner 114SD severe duty truck model in 2015.
The goal of the program is to promote clean air and a sustainable future for New York’s transportation system by accelerating the integration of advanced vehicle technologies in the commercial truck and bus sectors.
Integrated with the Cummins Westport ISL G natural gas engine and part of the transmission, the output retarder provides seamless secondary vehicle braking, ultimately reducing pad deterioration and enhancing the lifespan of the refuse truck’s service...
Freightliner Trucks announced several new value-added option packages specifically geared toward its M2 106 medium duty trucks, featuring Allison’s new FuelSense product paired with the Cummins ISB6.7.
The Freightliner S2G LPG Commercial Chassis is equipped with interlock wiring and body builder interface connections, eliminating the need for OEMs to splice into chassis wiring, and clean frame rails for easy body installation. The chassis also...
The relationship between the industry icons began when Schneider shifted gears in its equipment strategy in 1998, moving from cabover style tractors to a conventional design. Fifteen years and 25,000 trucks later, the relationship rolls on.