At Camperagent RV we LOVE American Trucks. So back in 2011 we started importing and stocking a range of new tow vehicles under the trading name ‘AMERICAN TRUCK & MUSCLE CAR ADELAIDE’.
Since then we have sold a couple hundred new trucks all over Australia and we have now expanded our extensive range to include:
Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD & 3500HD
GMC Denali 2500HD & 3500HD
Ford F150 Lariat, Platinum & Raptor
Ford F250 & F350 Superduty Lariat, Platinum & King Ranch
Toyota Tundra Platinum & TRD PRO.
Nissan Titan Platinum & PRO-4X
All converted to right-hand drive by the specialists in their field and available to order or in stock for display and test drives.
Whatever your vehicle use – heavy duty towing, custom built work trays, long distance touring in comfort, or just because
you want a tough American truck to cruise around town in – we can supply your dream 4×4 truck & serve you with
a fully equipped workshop, a large range of accessories available, and full backup and support after the sale.
Click “See Our Stock” to see available display stock or call us to discuss your dream truck & we can order in whatever you want.
No they are built LH drive. All our American Trucks are sourced by us brand new in the USA or Canada and converted to RH drive by the specialist Australian companies we have been dealing with for many years.
Yes for many of them you will. We can supply trucks with 4495kg GVM which is the limit for car licence in Australia however this does limit the payload (Total weight you add to the vehicle) and many people looking to tow heavy trailers or load the tray up with heavy items will need more capacity. Moving up to a higher GVM over 4495kg requires a Light Rigid (LR) licence to operate the vehicle.
Most American Trucks will have a towbar capacity of 4500kg (The limit before your trailer is required to have air brakes). The fitting of a tray hitch (turntable or gooseneck ball) will allow a higher towing capacity (up to 10,000kg on dual rear wheel trucks however you must factor in your payload.
Payload capacity is the difference between the tare (empty unloaded weight) of the truck and the GVM (Max loaded weight allowed). This includes ANY weight you add onto the vehicle – people, fuel, accessories, gear in the cab or tray AND also any ball weight you add to the tow bar or tray hitch.
GCM (Gross combined weight) is rarely an issue with American trucks as they have very high rating for this overall weight limit.