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The Coronado® has the soul of a vocational truck, and that just makes it the toughest on-highway beast rolling down the road. With the power you need to charge up hills, and the efficiency you’ve come to expect from a Freightliner, the Coronado is a truly amazing on-highway machine.
Your truck makes money on the road, not in the tech bay. That’s why we built the Coronado® to be strong enough to take everything an off-road driver can throw at it, but still be efficient on the asphalt. With the soul of a vocational truck, it will tackle even your biggest on-highway needs, and still maintain great uptime.

Engines to fit your need
No matter what you haul, we have the perfect engine to fit your needs. From Detroit Diesel’s flagship DD platform of engines, the DD13™, DD15™ and DD16™, to the Cummins ISX, you can choose your perfect powerhouse. No matter what engine you choose, it comes with one of our new radiators, some of the biggest on the market. They improve fuel efficiency and help your engine deliver up to 600 horsepower.

Controlling the Power
If you can’t get the power from the engine to the wheels, you aren’t going anywhere. With a wide range of Eaton and Allison transmissions, you get to choose the drive you want, and they all give you the power that you need. You also have the option of adding a transmission PTO so you can get the job done once you get to the worksite.

Ready for 2010
Each Coronado is equipped with everything you need to be ready for the 2010 EPA mandate. The built-in Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) System not only brings your NOx and Particulate Matter down to acceptable levels, but it can also give you up to 5% better fuel economy with a DD15 BlueTec equipped engine compared to a DD15 ’07 engine. In order to keep everything running, you’ll just have to fill up a single tank of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), which you can already find at hundreds of truck stops across the country.

Gulp in the Air
We’ve redesigned our intake system to make sure your engine can get all the air it needs to keep on working strong. Air enters through one of the two intakes, with optional pre-cleaners, and is sent into the hood air plenum, where most of the moisture is removed. A bellows then sends it through the new Donaldson Advanced Power Core Air Filter before heading into the engine.

Tech friendly Electronics
The electronics systems of the Coronado are built to be strong, but make maintenance a breeze. Our new electrical harness and dashboard-wiring layout reduce wire rubbing to extend the life of your electrical components. And from the dual 76-pin connections along the front wall to the easy loop layout, we did everything we could to make repairs easier, so you can get out of the tech bay and back on the road.

The Coronado's Backbone
It’s hard enough to do your job on a good day, and when you have water in your cab, it’s definitely not a good day. That’s why the cab of every Coronado is secured with Henrob rivets and tough adhesives to keep the rain on the road. If you are going through some seriously cold conditions, we have an optional Extreme Client Thermal Package that will keep you comfortable, and keep your truck working in some of the coldest temperatures in North America. And we wouldn’t put the Freightliner name on it if we didn’t think it was safe, so every Coronado meets or exceeds the rigorous Swedish and European ECE R-29 crash-worthiness test requirements.

Haul more
The Coronado is made to haul some of the biggest loads over the toughest roads in North America. That’s why we’ve built it with front axles rated from 12,000 to 22,000 lbs. and rear axles with capacities of 23,000 to 70,000 lbs. There are tag and pusher axles (with liftable and steerable options) available with ratings up to 20,000 lbs., more than enough to carry your biggest loads.

Keep fueling your fire
Fuel is the lifeblood of your truck. That’s why we install the patented EquiFlo fuel system to every new Coronado we make. The system is designed to keep fuel evenly distributed between your two tanks, and make sure it stays nice and cool, so you can keep on rolling, even under the most demanding conditions.