Trane's XR14 Air Conditioner

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The XR14 A/C system has a SEER rating of up to 16.00, making it an excellent choice for home comfort and for earning energy-efficiency tax credits. A smart solution to your home cooling needs, the XR14 is an excellent blend of efficiency and value. More details about XR14 are SEER rating of up to 16 cools your home and can lower cooling costs even on the hottest days, Tested materials and components for dependable performance, Fully compatible with Trane CleanEffects™ advanced whole home air cleaner.

Up To 16

XR14 Air Conditioner Highlights

  • Trane's high efficient Air Conditioner
  • Up to 16 SEER rating
  • Single-stage speed compressor

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Product XL16i XR16 XR14 MUY 24ABC6
Brand Trane Trane Trane Mitsubishi Carrier
Comfort Rating 70 70 65 65 65
Efficiency (SEER) up to 17 up to 17 up to 16 up to 24.6 16
Sound Insulated No No No No
Communicating No No No No No
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