Freightliner Accessories & Parts




About Freightliner

Tractor trailers. Big rigs. School buses. When it comes to transporting goods and cargo, Freightliner is the first and last name that usually comes to mind. Freightliner's history stems back over 70 years. Consolidated Freightways, one of America's most successful trucking companies in the earlier part of the 20th century, began manufacturing their own fleet of trucks and truck parts in order to better traverse the mountainous ranges of the west and decrease costs. Freightliner trucks went into production in 1942 first in Salt Lake City, Utah. World War II put a pause on Freightliner, but once it ended, the plant was moved to Consolidated Freightways' home in Portland, Oregon. An agreement with White Motor Company gave the brand further distribution through a relationship that would span over 25 years.

The commercialization of Freightliner led to an increase in sales and a decrease in costs for Consolidated Freightways, which was the goal. The distribution agreement with White Motor Company provided a substantial amount of dealers, giving CF the brand recognition it wanted for Freightliner. By 1960, Freightliner Corporation claimed sales of over 1000 units. A new plant in Burnaby, British Columbia was opened in order to curb the fees on vehicles manufactured outside of Canada but sold inside the country. Additional assembly plants in Indianapolis, Indiana and Chino, California were also introduced to supplement the original factory in Portland. However, the 1970s brought on financial troubles for White Motor Company, leading to the agreement with Freightliner being dissolved. German manufacturer Daimler AG purchased Freightliner from Consolidated Freightways in 1980. This was a big step for the company, as Daimler AG was able to invest heavily in Freightliner. This effort led to Freightliner becoming the highest selling heavy-truck and truck parts manufacturer in the US within a decade of Daimler AG's involvement.

Today, Freightliner offers a roster consisting of business and commercial class trucks designed for heavy transportation of cargo, with the most well-known exception being the Sprinter. The Freightliner Sprinter is a light commercial van that debuted in 2001 and is also available under the Dodge and Mercedes Benz marques. Big-rig models such as the Coronado and Argosy have seen success. The Argosy is a cab-over-engine design lauded for its driver visibility while the Coronado boasts four different engine choices with two configurations set up for 600 horsepower. Freightliner even carries a green vehicle, the Business Class M2e Hybrid. The Business Class M2e Hybrid allows the truck to run on a combination of diesel along with an electric hybrid motor.

After 70 years, Freightliner has earned the trust of drivers across the landscape. Rock-solid power and a reputation that is well respected, the brand simply dominates heavy-duty transportation. Simply put, Freightliner trucks affect how business is done. Freightliner drivers have to do more than simply make the most of their vehicle. Their model has to be an extension of who they are  it is that important and this is when Freightliner accessories come into play.

CARiD respects that loyalty, which is why we want you to trust us when it comes to the Freightliner Accessories and Parts that help your very own spring to life like never before. Where ever else you have been looking, STOP! We have the Freightliner parts you need and at a level of quality available only here. From the tiniest details to huge additions, CARiD has a full compliment of Freightliner accessories and parts to help bring your ride to the next level and at the value you deserve.

Dress your vehicle up. Keep it running at its peak or unleash its hidden power. Make it look like it just rolled off the show room floor. Take care of it and maintain it. You name it, we've got it. We have gathered everything you need to make your Freightliner perfect both inside and out. CARiD's job is to meet your every expectation and provide you with quality and durable accessories and parts designed with excellence in mind. Whether you're after luxurious style, brisk performance, or anything in between, our wide assortment covers all the bases.

  • Westin Grill Guard
  • Rugged Ridge Floor Liner
  • Coverking Custom Seat Covers
  • US Speedo Custom Gauge
  • Forgiato Custom Grille
  • SES Trim Chrome Mirror Covers
  • Lund StepRails Multi-Fit Side Steps
  • Dee Zee Bed Liner
  • Remin Dash Kits
  • SteelCraft Bull Bar
  • Aero Function Rear Spoiler
  • Thule Echelon Roof Bike Rack
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2009 Freightliner Sprinter | Posted by Chad | (Mcdonough, GA)

It was so easy to make my purchase using your online site and I was pleasantly surprised by quick quality service. Also your price is the best I could find. I have no complaints. Thank you very much!

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