Visit Daimler Trucks Adelaide for all your truck, bus and light commercial vehicle needs.
We are a leading truck dealership located in Regency Park, Adelaide. We can offer a truck to suit just about any application and budget, whether you need a small, medium or heavy duty truck.
As a full-service dealership we offer the following:
OPERATED BY ADTRANS NATIONAL TRUCKS, OWNED BY EAGERS AUTOMOTIVE LTD.
Daimler Trucks Adelaide is owned by Eagers Automotive Ltd. Founded in 1913, Eagers Automotive Ltd is an ASX-listed pure automotive retail group with its main operations in Queensland, Adelaide, Darwin, Melbourne, Sydney and the Newcastle/ Hunter Valley region of New South Wales. It employs 3,000 people, has approximately 4,600 shareholders and sales revenue running at $2.6 billion per annum.
In 2013 Eagers Automotive Ltd celebrated its 100th year in business. The company opened its doors the same year Henry Ford commissioned his first assembly line, launching mass producing cars as we know it. During the 100 successful years of business the company has been part of the transport industry that has gone from horses to horse power. Eagers Automotive Ltd is proud of their long successful history, and just as proud of their philanthropic efforts giving back to the community. This year they launched the A. P. Eagers Foundation which will support and channel existing and future charity efforts. The first charities to benefit from the Foundation will be The Luekaemia Foundation and Variety the Children's Charity.
The acquisition of Automotive Holdings Group Ltd (AHG) by Eagers Automotive Ltd. was confirmed on 16 September 2019, making Eagers Automotive Ltd the largest vehicle dealer group in Australia. AHG's Truck network includes a presence in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia. The merger of the Truck divisions of both entities resulted in an expanded truck network presence in five mainland states with a total of 22 dealerships. This includes a stronger presence in Victoria and New South Wales, as well as substantially large holdings in Western Australia, South Australia and Queensland.