It doesn’t get more everyday than the Freightliner Cascadia, the true and undisputed fleet champion of the North American truck circuit. Last week I told you to count Volvo VNLs on the road. I’m sure you stopped after you entered triple digit numbers. If you try to start counting Cascadias that’s a choice you make on your own. Soon to be found on a road near you in both daycab and mid roof XT models, the white Cascadia. Various power trains and transmission options are found in this line up with the Detroit DT12 automated manual transmission being a popular choice.
At little color never hurt anyone. The blue ones are packing DD13 engines with 1o speeds while the red trucks are running DD15 with 13 speeds.
Speaking of color did you ever hear the argument that black is not actually color? In the visible spectrum of things black is the absence of color, the visual impression experienced when no visible light reaches the eye. Whatever the explanation might be this Stevens Transport Cascadia produces a nice visual impression.
And two more for good measure. Painted bumpers, visors, mix and match to make your daycab stand out. Seen Suit-Kote and East Jordan Iron Works.