This company knows how to build reliable heavy-duty trucks. And no truck from Freightliner is more powerful than the 108SD.
This truck has a horsepower 220 to 380, a torque of 520 to 1,250 and a GVWR of 69,000 pounds.
There are several engines that come equipped on the Freightliner 108SD.
The Detroit® DD8™, Cummins B6.7 and the Cummins L9 are among the available options. The Transmission has an Eaton Fuller® 9, 10 and 11 speed in Manual settings. Meanwhile, the Allison 2000 and 3000 series are available for the automatic transmissions. That this Freightliner comes with multiple transmissions at all is surprising.
There’s a front grille that has a bright enough accent with chrome surrounding it while the headlight bezels and engine also has an air intake grille that dazzles against the competition. There needs to be no worry when it comes to the wheel cut either, as it proves to be far more superior than any of the other brands. There’s a certain dazzle to it that really makes the truck shine on, like a crazy diamond in the rough.
It’s also varied and multi-purposeful. Some examples include as a crane, plow truck, for construction, dump truck, sewer vacuum, refuse truck, and many more (such as a water tanker and a fire rescue truck.) There are 400 dealership locations that Freightliner can provide you the 108SD. This is a truck that has packaging flexibility fit for any specific application. At the same time, it can give you consistent power output.