Fuso's new Rosa light-duty bus has plenty of positive changes for 2021. We spent a day in one to see how they convert to real-world driving.
The first Australian operator to take delivery of a Cascadia with a manual transmission is reaping the rewards.
Driver Diego Manzo is one of those lucky trucks whose boss lets him choose the truck he drives. Manzo is stoked that his boss bought a new generation Mercedes-Benz Actros and that he even ticked the box for the optional MirrorCam feature.
The Japanese truck brand is clearing the decks of its 2020 stock, offering purchasers up to three years of Best Basic servicing at no extra cost.
The core components on the Freightliner Cascadia are the same as they are in Daimler trucks in Europe and Japan, but Diesel looks at the Freightliner take, on an ultra-modern truck for the North American market.
The Sprinter is due for significant changes from September 2021, including new engines, transmission and all-wheel-drive system.
The first manual version of the Freightliner Cascadia delivered in Australia is getting fantastic economy in the Williamson Bros fleet.
Article from November 2020 Owner Driver Magazine by Steve Brooks about the all-new Freightliner Cascadia.
The Weekend West has run this story about Clearly Bros and its new Cascadia that focusses on its class-leading safety features.
Diesel Magazine has run a story about what it’s like to drive the Mercedes-Benz Actros in their November/December 2020 Edition.
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