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The Cascadia is here, for the road ahead

About Freightliner Trucks

Freightliner Trucks was established in 1942 as Freightliner Corporation, acquired by Daimler-Benz in 1981. Freightliner entered the Australian market in 1989 with trucks specifically engineered and tailored to Australian conditions and have been developed with the driver in mind.

Engineered to outperform and outlast the competition, they are trusted as leading heavy-duty trucks on our highways, construction sites and for the big jobs where only the smartest, safest and toughest will do.


Freightliner Cascadia

The Cascadia represents a new era in trucking for Freightliner in Australia and New Zealand. 

Engineered and built to Daimler Truck's manufacturing standards with unprecedented levels of research, development and real-world testing, this is a Freightliner like none before it. 

The result of sustained, concentrated investment, the Freightliner Cascadia sets new benchmarks for safety, comfort, connectivity and Real Cost of Ownership (RCO). 

So, for those wanting to be equipped to seize new opportunities and stay ahead of the pack, the Cascadia is here - ready and capable for what lies ahead.

The Cascadia comes in 116 and 126 models.  



The Cascadia has been designed to be one of the safest road vehicles.

Fuel Efficiency

Building your bottom line begins with reducing how much you spend on fuel.


Choose a truck that maximises your uptime.


The Cascadia doesn’t just challenge expectations; it redefines them.

Driver Experience

The new Cascadia will be the most comfortable truck you will experience.


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