2015 Freightliner Cascadia EVO $55,526.25

Category: Tractor

Make: Freightliner

Model: Cascadia EVO

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Description
Location: Charlotte, NC
By Appointment Only! For more info, please call
1-800-635-9801 to speak with a Truck Sales Rep.
Manufacturer
Warranty remaining until March 2020 or 600,000 miles, whichever comes first.

APU’s are not guaranteed to work.
Classified Field Information
Year: 2015
Truck Make: Freightliner
Truck Model: Cascadia EVO
Mileage: 452823
Quantity: 1
Suspension Type: Air Ride
Sleeper Description: 72" Raised Roof
American Trucker ID: 59196977
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Schneider National Equipment Sales
PO Box 2750
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54306
Phone: 800-635-9801
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