2015 VOLVO, Vnl

Sleeper Truck in Des Plaines, IL 60018

378,289 mi

Fleet Maintained for 371,289 Miles! Volvo D13, I Shift Transmission, 405 HP, 67” Double Bunk Raised Roof Sleeper, 2.47 Ratio, 295/75 22.5LP Tires, 240in Wheel Base, APU, 52,500 Gross Vehicle Weight. This Truck Is Road Ready!

Interior Drive SideLeft Hand Drive SleeperRaised Roof Sleeper Sleeper Size67 in Number of Beds2 A/CYes Attachments Auxiliary Power Unit (APU)Yes Capacities Fuel Capacity250 gal


Brake System
Cab Type
Conventional-New Generation
Engine Manufacturer
Fuel Type
GVWR Class
Class 8: 33,001 lb And Over
Axle Type
Has Sleeper
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Valtrans Express Corporation LLC

Joined in January 2020

Contact: Mladen Parvanov

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Vehicle Location

Des Plaines, IL, 60018, US

Similar Vehicles

Based on the details provided for the 2015 Volvo VNL Tractor Truck, here are three rival vehicles that come with similar capabilities.

  1. 2016 Freightliner Cascadia This truck is known for its durability and reliability. Like the Volvo VNL, it comes with a double bunk raised roof sleeper, making it suitable for long-haul transportation. The Freightliner Cascadia is equipped with a Detroit DD15 engine and an automated transmission system, providing comparable power to the Volvo's D13 engine and I Shift Transmission.

  2. 2014 Peterbilt 579 Another worthy competitor in the world of heavy-duty trucks is the Peterbilt 579. It boasts a PACCAR MX-13 engine that produces up to 485 HP, slightly surpassing the horsepower of our Volvo model. Additionally, this truck features a spacious 80" sleeper cab with two beds and an efficient Eaton Fuller automated transmission.

  3. 2015 Kenworth T680 The Kenworth T680 offers similar features to our Volvo VNL model such as a double bunk raised roof sleeper cab and tandem axle type. It also has a PACCAR MX-13 engine which delivers up to 455 HP along with an Eaton Fuller automated transmission system. Its fuel efficiency and advanced aerodynamics make it an excellent choice for long-haul operations.

Each of these models provides equivalent performance capabilities while offering unique features that might appeal to different operators based on their specific needs and preferences.