Freightliner has revealed a new-look Digital Dashboard for its Cascadia, which will be the first conventional truck available with the feature when it becomes an optional item in Australia and New Zealand from the fourth quarter of 2021.
The Wants Transport Cascadia 126 is a truck version of a burger with the lot. It has the biggest engine you can get in a Cascadia; a 16-litre Detroit, the biggest and tallest sleeper; a 60-inch villa and lots of upgrades; including a system that uses radar to look out for obstacles down the left side of the truck.
Furniture hauling specialist Williamson Bros is reporting a 20 per cent fuel saving with its new manual Freightliner Cascadia. The Kempsey-based company, which runs a 20-truck fleet, opted for an 18-speed manual Eaton manual for the 13-litre model. Read more
One of the first Freightliner Cascadias in Australia is delivering for Northern Victoria’s Conbar Transport. Read more
THE Freightliner Cascadia is at the top of the class when it comes to fuel.