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Schneider slashes used truck prices

Jason Cannon July 29, 2013

Schneider National Inc. says it has reduced the price on more than 450 tractors available to owner-operators, small and medium fleets, farmers, oil field operators and dealers/exporters.

During the company’s Summer Clearance Sale, the company says these trucks will be available at prices up to 40 percent lower than Schneider’s regularly listed prices.

Schneider’s Used Fleet Truck Sales offers trucks just coming off the road. The trucks currently for sale are 2005-2007 model-year Freightliner C120s with Detroit Diesel engines. Mileage ranges between 400,000-1 million; prices range from $14,000-$27,000.

All trucks for sale have been serviced and maintained, the company says.

Units have 10-speed and automatic transmissions, and options include 70-inch raised roof, 58-inch mid-roof, 70 XT and day cabs. Owner-operators and fleets that purchase used fleet trucks are not required to lease the units with Schneider National.

The current inventory is available at 17 Schneider locations across the U.S. and Canada: Atlanta; Charlotte, N.C.; Columbus, Ohio; Dallas; Fontana, Calif.; Sacramento, Calif.; Gary, Ind.; Harrisburg, Penn.; Houston; Indianapolis; Laredo, Texas; New Orleans; Portland, Ore.; Salt Lake City; St. Louis; Toronto and West Memphis, Ark.

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