Freightliner’s new Coronado 122 has been designed so it can handle the toughest conditions, while you don’t have to.
Dirt, noise, heat and cold are kept well at bay, while the bangs and bumps are smoothed right away. The Severe Duty has five cabin variations – from a Day Cab through to the luxurious 58” raised roof dual bunk sleeper. The cabins are big as well as comfortable. They are up to 200mm wider than most and thanks to Freightliner’s famous flat floor there’s plenty of head room as well. The air conditioning and heating system is one of the best you’ll find.
Front cab mounts using a ‘pillow block’ design ensure vibration and shocks are effectively dampened, while air springs on the rear mounts ensure the driver will always be able to ‘feel the road’. EzyRider® II high-backed seats make the ride even more pleasant, along with a fully adjustable chrome and leather steering wheel. The ergonomically designed dashboard is injection-moulded for impressive two-tone looks and additional durability.
The interior also features Oregon burl wood trim, ivory coloured gauges and interior trim levels in either studded vinyl or cloth. Double seals on the doors provide superior insulation and noise reduction when you’re driving. And, when it comes time to sleep you’ll appreciate the noise abatement material that’s packed into the cab’s floor, front wall, sides and back panel.
You’ll also appreciate the separate bunk control panel that can adjust the heater, air-conditioner and lights. There’s also a stow-away bunk for extra bed space if it’s needed in the 58” raised roof model. Well placed cabinets throughout the cabin provide maximum storage space. There’s a TV cabinet, a clothing rack and pull-out writing surface.