About Freightliner

Freightliner is a key unit in Daimler Trucks Australia. Fully imported to Australia from manufacturing plants in North America.

Freightliner was acquired by Daimler-Benz in 1981 and entered the Australian market in 1989 with trucks specifically engineered and tailored to meet Australian conditions. In Australia, Freightliner trucks have been developed for our heavier, bigger, faster and hotter operating environments and offer the engines, gearboxes, axles and suspension systems trusted by Australian operators.

Freightliner marked its 75th anniversary in 2017. While its history is integral to the brand, Freightliner remains future-focused. A continuing emphasis on quality through innovation intersects perfectly with our ongoing, technologically inspired, passionate drive to create the best-of-the-best trucks on the road.

Australian Freightliner owners know the Freightliner name is not just a badge on the grille; it represents a total network of customer support Australia-wide. When you’re talking trucks, there’s one important fact to remember.

You won’t get better than Freightliner.

Freightliner Range


The Argosy delivers high performance and low maintenance, a spacious and safe cabin, versatility, efficiency and light tare weight.

Century Class

The Century Class is built to excel in demanding and ultra-competitive environments, and is most suited towards single trailer and pocket B-Double applications.

Coronado 114

With a short bumper to back of cab, set forward front axle, low tare and big bore engine, this truck is all about maximising loads – and your income – in a range of configurations.

Coronado 122

Ready to haul heavy loads on rough surfaces all day, every day, the Coronado 122 is the king.


Freightliner's Columbia CL112 is a brilliant 'tool of trade' - tough, reliable and ready to work every day.

New Cascadia (coming soon)

The number one selling heavy-duty truck in the United States is coming to Australia.