Freightliner’s new Coronado 114 is a truck that has been considered, designed and built to ensure it excels in its specific roles. With a short bumper to back of cab, set forward front axle, low tare and big bore engine, this truck is all about maximising loads – and your income – in a range of configurations.

Features and benefits

Created just for the Australian market and tested exhaustively to ensure it can easily handle our extreme conditions the Freightliner Coronado 114 is the truck so many operators have been waiting for. And whatever work it does, it will always look great with its chrome grille, twin side-mounted exhausts and dual air horns.

Configurations include:

  • Tipper & Dog
  • Pocket B-Double
  • Tanker
  • B-Double
  • Single Trailer
  • Light Weight Fuel
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The Freightliner Coronado 114 boasts an engine you can trust for the long-term – the powerful, and proven, big bore Detroit Diesel DD15.
Available from 475 – 560 hp, with no engine hardware change required, the DD15 can deliver up to 1850 lb-ft of torque whenever you need it.

  • Detroit Diesel DD15. Upgradeable to 560 hp with no engine hardware change
    −    475 hp (354 kW), 1,650 lb-ft
    −    505 hp (377 kW), 1,650 lb-ft
    −    500 hp (373 kW), 1,850 lb-ft
    −    530 hp (395 kW), 1,850 lb-ft
    −    560 hp (418 kW), 1,850 lb-ft
  • Exhaust, horizontal After Treatment Device (ATD) with vertical or horizontal outlets
  • 1,700 in2 (10,968 cm2) aluminum radiator
  • Donaldson PowerCore air filter with dual pre-filters
  • Horton 2 speed DriveMaster Polar Extreme fan clutch


style and comfort

This is where Freightliner draws the line – the line between outside and inside.

The Coronado 114 easily works in the dust and dirt, the rain and mud, the heat and the flies.But that doesn’t mean you have to. Double door seals, noise abatement material and thermal insulation isolate the driver from the harsh world outside, while ‘pillow block’ front cab mounts dampen down the lumps and bumps of the road – no matter how bad it is. 

There are three cabin types to choose from; a Day Cab and two Sleepers, a roomy 34” single and a generous 58” XT (extra tall) version. Not only are the cabins wider than most, there’s also plenty of headroom thanks to Freightliner’s famous flat floor throughout. Made of lightweight but highstrength aluminium, the Coronado 114 cabins not only deliver a low tare they also increase driver safety, exceeding Europe’s stringent crashworthiness standards (ECE -R29)

With an air-conditioning and heating system, premium high-backed, airsuspension seats with lumbar support, a fully adjustable chrome and leather steering wheel, an ergonomically designed injection-moulded two-tone dashboard, wood grain features, and interior trims in either studded vinyl or cloth, the Coronado 114 has the kind of cabins you won’t want to leave.

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