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Class 8

3.8 Average

Freightliner Cascadia (2010 and newer)
Class 8

Freightliner's Cascadia is designed with total cost of ownership in mind. The tractor features an aerodynamic exterior shaped to reduce drag and improve fuel efficiency combined with extensive use of ...
3.8 Average

International ProStar (2010 and newer)
Class 8

International offers its ProStar tractor in  113-inch BBC and 122-inch BBC configurations with Navistar N13 or Cummins ISX15 diesel engine options. Standard features include a driver-focused cab and sleep and ...
3.6 Average

Kenworth T680 (2010 and newer)
Class 8

Kenworth's T680 features highly refined aerodynamics with a host of in-cab features designed to maximize driver comfort and productivity. It features an all-aluminum cab with a fully-integrated sleeper and a ...
3.3 Average

Mack Pinnacle (2010 and newer)
Class 8

Mack Pinnacle tractors are constructed on a lightweight-yet-strong chassis that helps these trucks maximize every drop of fuel. Pinnacle models are offered in axle-forward or axle-back configurations and feature industry-leading ...
4.1 Average

Peterbilt 386 (2010 and newer)
Class 8

Peterbilt's Model 386 on-highway tractor is designed to deliver outstanding aerodynamic performance and superior fuel economy. Optional equipment includes available lightweight packages, PACCAR MX-13 engines, aluminum components and rear drive ...
4.2 Average

Peterbilt 579 (2010 and newer)
Class 8

The Model 579 tractor is Peterbilt's latest on-highway design and offers a blend of traditional styling and advanced aerodynamic technology. The Model 579 is available in a day cab version ...
3.9 Average

Volvo VNL 670 (2010 and newer)
Class 8

Volvo has continuously updated its VNL Series tractors with improved aerodynamics, fuel efficiency, and performance. VNL models include a selection of premium sleeper and daycab models designed to cover a ...
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