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Freightliner unveils newer new Cascadia

January 9, 2019 by John Smith

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Freightliner has sold 65,000 new Cascadias and booked 50,000 additional orders since first introducing its signature truck in 2017. Now that new Cascadia is about to become even newer thanks to a broad series of upgrades. Picture a truck that, in selected cases, will even act on its own.

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2018 New Cascadia: Tour the Cab

January 3, 2018 by Dan Robinson

This five-video series looks closely at Freightliner’s New Cascadia. It’s not a rework or a remake of the popular Cascadia, but clean-page design. Fuel efficiency is said to be 8 percent better than the current Evolution model and a whopping 13 percent better than the base-model Cascadia. But engineers didn’t stop there.

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2018 New Cascadia: Exterior Walk Around

January 3, 2018 by Dan Robinson

This five-video series looks closely at Freightliner’s New Cascadia. It’s not a rework or a remake of the popular Cascadia, but clean-page design. Fuel efficiency is said to be 8 percent better than the current Evolution model and a whopping 13 percent better than the base-model Cascadia. But engineers didn’t stop there.

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2018 New Cascadia: Tour the Cab

December 8, 2017 by Dan Robinson

This five-video series looks closely at Freightliner’s New Cascadia. It’s not a rework or a remake of the popular Cascadia, but clean-page design. Fuel efficiency is said to be 8 percent better than the current Evolution model and a whopping 13 percent better than the base-model Cascadia. But engineers didn’t stop there.

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2018 New Cascadia: Exterior Walk Around

December 8, 2017 by Dan Robinson

This five-video series looks closely at Freightliner’s New Cascadia. It’s not a rework or a remake of the popular Cascadia, but clean-page design. Fuel efficiency is said to be 8 percent better than the current Evolution model and a whopping 13 percent better than the base-model Cascadia. But engineers didn’t stop there.

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2018 New Cascadia | Road Test #2: Safety Features

July 13, 2017 by Dan Robinson

While the New Cascadia is the most fuel efficient truck the company has ever built, all the fuel savings in world won’t matter much compared to the cost of serious collision. That’s why it’s probably also the safest.