Freightliner Trucks manufactures Class 5-8 models that serve a wide range of commercial vehicle applications. Our commitment to innovation, advanced technology and responsive customer relations makes it easy to understand why Freightliner is the best-selling brand of heavy-duty Class 6-8 trucks in North America.
The long-haul on-highway product lineup is led by the Freightliner® Cascadia®, a truck designed from the ground up to maximize efficiency — inside and out. Vocational product offerings include a broad range of trucks which are highly customizable to serve a variety of applications. The versatile M2 106 Plus is well suited for local pick-up and delivery, towing and utility applications while the rugged 108SD Plus and 114SD Plus offer higher horsepower ratings with heavier suspensions and frames to handle construction and refuse duties.
Freightliner Trucks offers comprehensive, 24/7 customer support including one of the largest dealer and service networks in the industry, solid warranties and customizable financing options. Freightliner on-highway and vocational trucks are designed, manufactured and ultimately supported by our dealer network to help lower our customers’ Real Cost of Ownership and build successful businesses.Visit Freightliner Trucks
The Freightliner Cascadia is the best-selling Class 8 truck on the road – and for good reason. The Cascadia was designed from the ground up to raise the bar for performance, reliability and efficiency. Available with variety of options and cab configurations, the Cascadia is available with Detroit® DD13® or DD15® Gen 5 engine or Cummins® offerings. Depending on your needs you can select the Detroit DT12® 12-speed automated manual transmission or various Eaton or Allison transmissions, along with a variety of options to deliver top performance.
When it comes to fuel efficiency, the Freightliner Cascadia leads the way. Featuring world-class design and advanced aerodynamics, the Cascadia is the most fuel efficient truck on the road. And with our commitment to lowering the Real Cost of Ownership for our customers, we continually test new technologies designed to further improve fuel efficiency.Learn More
Vocational truck buyers want the best truck to get the job done – no matter what the job. The truck is the most important tool they supply to their operators and it has to perform. These customers demand productivity, smooth upfit, safety, quality and uptime.
Freightliner vocational trucks offer a wide range of powertrain options, providing horsepower and torque ratings to meet demanding jobsite conditions, while optimizing cycle times.
Whether you are hauling bulk ingredients, mixing and delivering concrete, plowing snow or making deliveries, we work with Truck Equipment Manufacturers (TEMs) that specialize in body building for the needs of your market segment to create hard working vocational trucks that enhance the owner’s bottom line.Learn More
Technology leadership requires that we are constantly looking for the next innovation. Two recent examples of our dedication to innovation are the Inspiration Truck and SuperTruck programs. These two landmark research and development efforts have spawned innovations the will benefit our customers for years to come.
Our investment in innovation recently showed itself in the Nevada desert when the Freightliner Inspiration Truck became the first licensed autonomous commercial truck to operate on an open U.S. public highway. The building block elements showcased in the Freightliner Inspiration Truck help reduce accidents, improve fuel economy, reduce highway congestion, safeguard the environment, and improve both driver performance and the overall job experience. What’s even better is the fact that many of the systems developed for the Inspiration Truck are already being deployed in today’s Freightliner trucks, making them the best trucks on the road.
The SuperTruck project was is innovative cost-sharing partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy aimed to help accelerate the development and adoption of advanced technology that can greatly improve the efficiency of heavy-duty Class 8 on-highway trucks. DTNA achieved an incredible 115 percent improvement in freight hauling efficiency by reaching an impressive 12.2 miles per gallon. These results were achieved on open public highways in real-world driving conditions.