Fleet Owner takes a look at all the new commercial truck models for 2014. One focus this year is the desire of fleets to reduce fuel consumption and OEMs are responding with more fuel-efficient engines and powertrain packages among many other initiatives. So take a look through this gallery to see the new models in pictures and visit these links for more details on the models.
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The 2014 Transit full-size van Ford says will eventually replace its E-Series line is going to be offered with an optional 3.2L Power Stroke 5-cyl. diesel engine, along with a 3.5L EcoBoost gasoline engine among other options.
Read more about Class 1-3 trucks.
GM’s completely redesigned 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 pickups are arguably more differentiated from each other in looks than their predecessor models. Read more about Class 1-3 trucks.
A brand new iteration of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van is hitting the road for the 2014 model year, boasting a 4-cyl. diesel engine, a 7-speed automatic transmission, five new safety systems, and improvements and refinements both to the interior and exterior of the vehicle. Read more about Class 1-3 trucks.
The Nissan NV200 compact cargo van, introduced last year as a smaller sibling to the NV Cargo van and NV Passenger van, is designed to offer what the OEM dubs a “large cargo capacity with a small exterior footprint.” Read more about Class 1-3 trucks.
Several new efforts are in the works for Chrysler’s Ram Trucks division for the 2014 model year, including the rollout of a new diesel-powered version of its Ram 1500 half-ton pickup and a new commercial van dubbed the ProMaster, both of which will start production in the third quarter of this year. Read more about Class 1-3 trucks.
The 2014 model Toyota Tundra full-size pickup represents the first major change to the Japanese OEM’s U.S. pickup truck line since the launch of the current generation back in the 2007 model year, says Bill Fay, Toyota Div. group vice president and general manager. Read more about Class 1-3 trucks.
A variety of upgrades were made to Ford’s F-Series Super Duty chassis for this year, including beefed up towing and payload capacities and improvements to its braking system. Read more about Class 4-7 trucks.
Freightliner Trucks has not announced any major changes for its medium-duty lineup, which consists of its Business Class M2 106 and M2 112 models as well as its 108SD truck. Read more about Class 4-7 trucks.
Expansion into specialty and niche markets is the watchword for Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp. (FCCC), with its latest partnership with ARBOC Specialty Vehicles finalized in April of this year aimed at the co-development of a low-floor rear-engine custom chassis for paratransit fleets. Read more about Class 4-7 trucks.
The most recent upgrade to Hino Trucks’ Model 195 Class 5 medium-duty chassis is the inclusion of a double cab option. Read more about Class 4-7 trucks.
Navistar International’s latest addition to its medium-duty lineup is the 4x4 version of its International TerraStar model, which it began shipping to customers this spring. Read more about Class 4-7 trucks.
While not much is changing on Isuzu Commercial Truck of America’s medium-duty cabover trucks themselves, the OEM is focusing on improving the parts, maintenance and modification services that support its vehicles in the field. Read more about Class 4-7 trucks.
Kenworth Truck has announced several changes for its medium-duty Class 6 T270 and Class 7 T370 conventional cab models. Read more about Class 4-7 trucks.
The 2014 model-year Fuso Canter FE and FG Series medium-duty trucks being rolled out by Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America (MFTA) this year feature a longer 169.3-in. wheelbase for the Class 3 Canter FE125 and a side-mounted fuel tank as just some of the all new options available for these work trucks, according to Todd Bloom, MFTA’s president and CEO. Read more about Class 4-7 trucks.
Peterbilt Motors has not announced any major changes for its medium-duty lineup. The company’s medium-duty product line, which spans Class 5 to 7, continues to include the conventional cab Models 348, 337, 330 and 325 as well as the cabover Models 210 and 220. Read more about Class 4-7 trucks.
Starting with the 2013 model year and continuing with the 2014 models, Ram boosted the weight ratings for its line of heavy-duty pickups and chassis cab trucks. Read more about Class 4-7 trucks.
Bryan Hansel, CEO of Smith Electric Vehicles, says that little change will be apparent right now on the company’s Newton Class 4-7 platform, currently offered in both a delivery truck and step-van configuration. Read more about Class 4-7 trucks.
The Workhorse medium-duty brand as well as patents and its Union City, IN, assembly plant were purchased by Amp Holdings from Navistar International earlier this year via Amp Trucks Inc., a newly formed subsidiary. Read more about Class 4-7 trucks.
Autocar’s newest model remains the E3 Advanced Series hybrid cab/chassis truck. This model is aimed specifically at the refuse-hauling market. Read more about Class 8 trucks.
Caterpillar Inc. has released no further word on when it will debut the Cat CT680, the second model in its line of on-highway vocational trucks; however, the OEM had originally planned to do so in the first quarter of this year. Read more about Class 8 trucks.
Freightliner Trucks has rolled out the new severe-duty 122SD vocational truck model. Read more about Class 8 trucks.
Navistar International’s biggest heavy-duty product news is that this spring it began shipping its on-highway ProStar Class 8 tractors powered by EPA-certified International MaxxForce 13L engines that include SCR exhaust aftertreatment systems. Read more about Class 8 trucks.
Kenworth Truck has launched a new Class 8 truck model—the T880 vocational truck—and a 52-in. mid-roof sleeper configuration for its T680 tractor. Read more about Class 8 trucks.
Mack Trucks has unleashed a new high-horsepower 13L Econodyne diesel and two new suspensions, one for its on-highway tractors and the other for its vocational truck models. Read more about Class 8 trucks.
Peterbilt Motors has rolled out the new Model 567, which the OEM says is designed to meet the severe-service and high-performance demands of vocational fleets. Read more about Class 8 trucks.
Volvo Trucks has launched a new heavy-haul tractor and will be adding to its Class 8 alternative-fuel offerings in the next two years. Read more about Class 8 trucks.
Western Star Trucks is not making any major product changes but will continue to offer “affordable tractors and rugged, fuel-efficient models suited for a range of haul applications, building off its success in the on-highway segment,” advises Guy Lemieux, marketing segment manager. Read more about Class 8 trucks.
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