From the 114SD Plus to the M2 106 Plus, Freightliner construction trucks are built to power productivity on any job site. Rigorously tested for reliability and durability, they’re engineered to help your crew deliver results every day, so you can build an even stronger bottom line.
No matter what type of load you’re hauling, we offer a variety of specs and powertrain options for your construction vehicles, including the Detroit® DD13® Gen 5 engine and Detroit® DT12® Vocational Series transmissions. And with the innovative QuickFit™ Electrical System, upfitting your construction trucks for your unique application is easier and more efficient than ever.
Whether you’re building homes, working on roads or spreading gravel, our construction trucks put operator safety and comfort first with features like spacious, noise-insulated cabs and B-panels with programmable switches. With exceptional visibility, ergonomic handles, larger door openings and lower step-in height for easier entry and exit, Freightliner dump trucks help drivers stay productive from the work site to the job site.
A Freightliner dump truck with a Detroit engine has everything you need to take on any challenge.
Freightliner optimizes safety systems on vocational work trucks to fit the unique challenges of busy worksites.
Freightliner’s focus on improving uptime is just one of the reasons we have the best-selling on-highway and vocational trucks in North America.
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Freightliner’s definition of RCO for the work trucks recognizes five main contributing factors to maximizing performance.