When it comes to semi truck dimensions, there’s a bit of variety. On average, semi trucks in the United States are around 72 feet long, 8.5 feet wide, and 13.5 feet tall. They can have a gross weight of up to 80,000 pounds. Choosing to buy a used truck gives you even more options in terms of length, width, and height, as well as day cab or sleeper cab sizes. Learn more about the semi truck dimensions for some of the industry’s most popular vehicles, including those from International and other brands.
International trucks offer a range of dimensions to suit all sorts of applications. Here’s a look at the dimensions of some of the International models available at International Used Truck Centers:
The ProStar® daycab is 82 inches wide and offers about 40 inches of headroom and 30 inches of legroom.
Drivers can choose from four sleeper configurations for the LoneStar®, which has a wheelbase range of 167 to 280 inches.
The Regional Haul model is available in two day cab configurations, including one with a roof fairing for greater aerodynamics, as well as three sleeper configurations with plenty of room for the essentials.
You’ll find a variety of used semi trucks for sale at International Used Truck Centers, including popular models from Freightliner, Kenworth, Volvo, and Peterbilt. Explore their dimensions below:
Whether your application calls for a day cab or a sleeper, the team at International Used Truck Centers can help you find what you need. Contact us to learn more about our used truck inventory! We’re also a reliable source for truck maintenance tips, such as how to customize your sleeper and how to choose the right tires.