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Whether you’re a veteran trucker or you’re just gearing up to set out on the roads for the first time, you may be wondering how much does a new semi truck cost in today’s industry? There are a few factors that will affect your final price point like the type of cab, capabilities, fueling, and of course what type of trailer you opt for. Look below to learn more about how much does a semi truck cost overall, and then contact Rechtien International Trucks for ways to save on your semi truck purchase.
Depending on the type of truck you inquire about, you’ll get a different answer to the question “How much does a new semi truck cost?” Here at Rechtien International Trucks, we offer a wide variety of truck models and configurations to meet your vocational, worksite, and transportation needs throughout the country. You can expect to pay between $70,000 and $150,000 for a new semi truck. Prices can get above $160,000 for a truck with all the upgrades. Here’s the general price range for what drivers can expect to pay for a new 2020 or 2021 International truck for the following models:
Once you pick out your new semi truck, you’ll wonder, “How much does a semi truck trailer cost?” You can find Pitts Trailers, East Trailers, and Dorsey Trailers amongst our inventory here at Rechtien International Trucks. Let’s take a look at the types of trailers available to truck drivers like you and the price range associated with each:
When it comes to “how much does a semi truck cost,” the range is determined by your trucking needs. We are here to help you into the driver’s seat of your next truck so you can get on the road and get the job done. Contact us today to learn more about, “How much does a new semi truck cost,” depending on what exactly you need to accomplish. We are here to help, and can recommend a budget-friendly option, including our Hino truck specials!
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