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With long journeys and big deliveries, commercial trucking burns a lot of fuel to get work done. While work trucks are notorious for fuel consumption, this is changing with innovative vehicle design features. To improve fuel economy and reduce expensive trips to the fill-up station, owners, fleet managers, and drivers should choose the most efficient truck for their line of work. To give you a better idea of your options, Commercial Truck Trader is sharing the top four fuel-efficient big rigs available on the market.

Also check out our article about 4 of the Most Fuel-Efficient Work Vans

1. Freightliner Cascadia Evolution

Freightliner Cascadia Evolution has improved on previous models with better fuel efficiency, now getting over 10 miles per gallon. In new models you’ll find the Detroit DD15 engine with up to 615 horsepower in specific makes, along with options for a day cab, raised roof, or mid-roof. Its advanced design actually helps you save money through aerodynamics with lower wind resistance to use less fuel.

2. Kenworth T680 Advantage

Kenworth T680 Advantage has a number of innovative design features for better gas mileage. Getting 9 miles per gallon, it has aerodynamic side extenders, a front air dam, mud flaps, air deflector, exhaust cut covers, and wheel covers. Its PACCAR MX-13 engine and Eaton Fuller Advantage 10-speed automated transmission provide power, better performance on the road, and significant fuel savings.

3. Mack Pinnacle

Known for its power and ability to handle heavy loads, Mack Pinnacle has a design that helps with supporting the weight of shipments for better fuel use on the highway. It gets nearly 8 miles per gallon with an axle-forward cab to evenly distribute weight, and has a low center of gravity for stability and wind resistance. It’s also more comfortable to drive, with a spacious cab and easy driver controls for operation.

4. Peterbilt 579

Peterbilt 579 stands out for its design and new technology to make driving safe and easier when hauling a load on a long journey. Getting nearly 10 miles per gallon, its hood, bumper, and air dam are all made for less wind resistance and to promote greater fuel economy. Its PACCAR Powertrain and 12-speed automated transmission help the truck carry a maximum payload, while truckers can appreciate tech like lane assist and a new dash with digital gauges.

When picking out the best truck for your job, vehicles with better fuel economy should be considered when it’s time to buy. These fuel-efficient vehicles are also one of the ways to make your fleet more sustainable, which will save you money and make your trucking business more effective. If you’re ready to find your next new or used commercial vehicle, be sure to see all of the listings available nationwide on CommercialTruckTrader.com and our sister site NextTruckOnline.com.

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