Detroit Connect Portal
The Detroit™ Connect portal is easy-to-use, one-stop-shop for all vehicle performance data gathered, transmitted and analyzed by Detroit Connect. The portal gives you access to insights delivered by Detroit Connect Virtual Technician℠. The Detroit Connect portal will also give you access to new features, such as Remote Updates, and Analytics, available late 2017.Detroit connect portal login
All DDCSN content has been migrated to our DTNAConnect web portal. All information previously on the DDCSN is now on DTNAConnect. We have created a quick reference guide to help you locate the migrated content on DTNAConnect. Existing DDCSN login credentials will also work with DTNAConnect. Please work with your security administrators for login or content issues. If you do encounter any technical issues, please contact the Software Support Center at 855-639-8680 or [email protected]DTNA CONNECT PORTAL LOGIN
DTNA Connect Portal
DTNA Connect is the starting point for working with all brands and franchises that fall under the Daimler Trucks North America umbrella: Detroit, Thomas Built Buses, SelecTrucks, Sterling, Freightliner, and Western Star. Here, you can access the full spectrum of online applications, resources and tools you need. Whether you use DTNA online resources to complete repairs, purchase parts, submit warranty claims, spec new vehicles or track the status of your truck orders, DTNAConnect streamlines the tasks and activities that are part of your daily work routine.DTNA Connect Portal Login
THE DETROIT™ DD13® ENGINE: LTL POWERHOUSE
350-505HP | 1250-1850 lb-ft
For Less-Than-Load, regional distribution and vocational use, the flexible Detroit DD13 engine offers multiple horsepower and torque ratings with technological advancements for enhanced fuel economy and combustion efficiency.
THE DETROIT™ DD15® ENGINE: MORE POWER, LESS WEIGHT
455-505HP | 1550-1750 lb-ft
Continually refining and improving the Detroit DD15 to achieve a new level of performance and efficiency. This includes a proprietary asymmetric turbocharger—built in Detroit with reduced weight and complexity—to deliver superior performance over other turbo designs.
THE DETROIT™ DD16® ENGINE: HEAVY-DUTY POWER
500-600HP | 1850-2050 lb-ft
The Detroit DD16 truck engine is the largest, most powerful on-highway engine Detroit has ever produced. With 600 horsepower and a wide, flat torque curve delivering up to 2050 pounds per foot and pulling strong, even below 1000RPM, the DD16 tackles the toughest jobs.
THE DETROIT™ DD5™ ENGINE: VERSATILE VOCATIONAL
210-230HP | 575-660 lb-ft
Ideal for pickup & delivery, the medium-duty DD5 engine also features Detroit™ Connect Virtual TechnicianSM, with remote diagnostics, fault code interpretation, parts & service and repair scheduling.
DETROIT™ DT12™ TRANSMISSION
EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY IN HIGH GEAR
For large fleets or single trucks, delivering steady profitability to your business depends on continual performance improvement and solid durability. It means Detroit™ engineers, driven to create parts that perform, study every opportunity to reduce fuel consumption and increase efficiency. Freightliner engineers build the sturdiest of components, designing the DT12 to limit unnecessary wear and tear during operation.
Whether your truck is fitting into the tightest spots or hauling up the steepest of grades, your Detroit axles will meet the toughest demands you can throw at it. Front-steer, single-rear and tandem-rear axles provide Freightliner trucks with the support and maneuverability they need to succeed, entering lock-step with the rest of the Detroit™ powertrain components to deliver the goods, time and time again.
Freightliner® Trucks For Sale in California
Freightliner Trucks are a titan of the trucking industry. They've built upon decades of research, improvements, and advancements to deliver customers the best of the best. Keep reading to learn more about what sets them apart. When you're ready to shop models, visit California Truck Centers. We carry a range of models including the Freightliner Cascadia®. We proudly serve those in California.
History of Freightliner® TrucksThe company began back in the 1930s and was known at the time as Consolidated Freightways. They were located in the Pacific Northwest, which meant they were surrounded by several mountain passes. This instilled the desire to create vehicles strong enough to handle the difficult twists, turns, climbs, and descents. At first, they manufactured vehicles simply for company use. In 1949, they branched out and sold their first truck to an outside company. This vehicle was so monumental that it is actually a part of a Smithsonian collection. In 1974, they became a freestanding manufacturer and distributor. When they sold the manufacturing aspect of the company in 1981, they adopted the name Freightliner.
Over time, the company grew in consumer popularity. Their product line today includes more than Freightliner semi trucks and also boasts other specialty vehicles such as buses and tank trucks on modified chassis. New models crop up every year offering the latest and greatest technology, such as the Freightliner Cascadia.
The Models TodayThe products on the market today strive to meet and exceed customer expectations. The engines are built to last on even the toughest routes. Freightliner trucks build upon the company's legacy of conquering mountain passes and offer that same grit today. They are powered by a range of Detroit products such as the Integrated Detroit™ Powertrain.
With Freightliner semi trucks, cost-effective hauling takes the forefront. Many different aspects are tailored to help you be more efficient on the road. Models such as the Freightliner Cascadia use the latest technologies to make your route faster, easier, and safer. All of the design aspects of these vehicles strive to meet customer and market demands, which means you'll be satisfied with whatever option you pick!
When you're ready to look at models for sale, visit California Truck Centers. We carry a range of options including the Freightliner Cascadia. Our friendly staff is happy to answer questions or provide advice. We proudly serve those in California including, Fresno, Sacramento, Oakland, Bakersfield, French Camp, San Luis Obispo, and Santa Maria.
2022 FREIGHTLINER M2, DETROIT DIESEL DD8 350HP/1050LBS/FT, ALLISON RDS AUTOMATIC 6 SPEED, TUFTRAC SUSPENSION, 15FT 1/4" AR450 BOX, HIGH LIFT GATE, ELECTRIC TARP CALL FOR PRICE
|Engine||Detroit DD8 (350hp)|
|Trans||Allison 6 Spd Auto|
|Axle Type||Tandem 16000 F / 40000 R|
2022 FREIGHTLINER 122SD MICHIGAN SPECIAL, 600HP DETROIT DD16, 18 SPEED FULLER,18,000 FRONT, 46,000 FULL LOCKING REARS, ALL ALUMINUM WHEELS, LED ACCENT LIGHTS, DUAL EXHAUST, DUAL BREATHERS, FOUR AIR HO...
|Engine||Detroit DD16 (600hp)|
|Trans||Eaton-fuller Manual 18 Spd|
|Axle Type||Tandem 18000 F / 46000 R|
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