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{{main|Mercedes-Benz}}
 
{{main|Mercedes-Benz}}
   
Part of '''Daimler Trucks''', Mercedes-Benz trucks is one of the world's largest manufacturer of trucks under various brands. Trucks have been built under the [[Freightliner]], [[Master Motors]], '''Mercedes-Benz''', [[Mitsubishi Fuso]], [[Sterling Trucks|Sterling]] (discontinued) and [[Western Star]] brands.
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Part of '''Daimler Trucks''', Mercedes-Benz trucks is one of the world's largest manufacturer of trucks under various brands. Trucks have been built under the [[Freightliner]], [[Master Motors]], '''Mercedes-Benz''', [[Mitsubishi Fuso]], [[Sterling Trucks|Sterling]] (discontinued) and [[Western Star]] brands.
   
 
Daimler trucks were first produced in 1886.
 
Daimler trucks were first produced in 1886.
   
Currently trucks are produced in Brazil, Germany and South Africa. A joint venture with [[Kamaz]] is underway and will soon be producing trucks, and a new plant is under construction in India, formerly a joint venture with Hero.
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Currently trucks are produced in Argentina, Brazil, Germany and South Africa. A joint venture with [[Kamaz]] is underway and will soon be producing trucks, and a new plant is under construction in India, formerly a joint venture with Hero.
   
 
==Models==
 
==Models==
The 2010 range of Mercedes-Benz trucks consists of: <ref>http://www.daimler.com/dccom/0-5-1241203-1-1248163-1-0-0-0-0-0-16621-7163-0-0-0-0-0-0-0.html</ref>
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The range of Mercedes-Benz trucks consists of: <ref>http://www.daimler.com/dccom/0-5-1241203-1-1248163-1-0-0-0-0-0-16621-7163-0-0-0-0-0-0-0.html</ref>
   
 
*[[Mercedes-Benz Accelo]] 9 15 C - medium duty
 
*[[Mercedes-Benz Accelo]] 9 15 C - medium duty
 
*[[Mercedes-Benz Atego]] — (1998-current) light truck from 7 to 16 tonnes
 
*[[Mercedes-Benz Atego]] — (1998-current) light truck from 7 to 16 tonnes
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*[[Mercedes-Benz Atron]] — (2013-current) mid-sized truck from 17 to 23 tonnes in rigid and articulated
 
*[[Mercedes-Benz Axor]] — (2001-current) mid-sized truck from 18 to 26 tonnes in rigid and articulated
 
*[[Mercedes-Benz Axor]] — (2001-current) mid-sized truck from 18 to 26 tonnes in rigid and articulated
 
*[[Mercedes-Benz Actros]] — (1996-current) heavy duty rigid and premium articulated — 18 to 250 tonnes
 
*[[Mercedes-Benz Actros]] — (1996-current) heavy duty rigid and premium articulated — 18 to 250 tonnes
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L 1113]]
 
** [[Mercedes-Benz L 1113]]
 
** [[Mercedes-Benz L 2624]]
 
** [[Mercedes-Benz L 2624]]
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* [[Mercedes-Benz LP-series]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L 312]]
** [[Mercedes-Benz LP 608]] (1965-?)
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L 608D]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L 913]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L 914]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L/LA/LS 1112]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L 914]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L/LK/LA/LAS 1114]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L / LK 1215]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L/LK 1218]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L/LK 1514|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L/LK 1514]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L/LS/LK 1517|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L/LS/LK 1517]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L/LS 1521|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L/LS 1521]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz LA 1419|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;LA 1419]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L/LS/LK 1518|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L/LS/LK 1518]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L/LS 1526|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L/LS 1526]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L/LK 1615|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L/LK 1615]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L 1619|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L 1619]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L 1620|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L 1620]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L/LS 1622|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L/LS 1622]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L/LS 1633|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L/LS 1633]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L/LS 1938|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L/LS 1938]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L 3500|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L 3500]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L 4500|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L 4500]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L 5400|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L 5400]]
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** [[Mercedes-Benz L 6600|Mercedes-Benz&nbsp;L 6600]]
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* [[Mercedes-Benz LP-Series]]
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* [[Mercedes-Benz LP 608]] (1965-?)
   
 
* [[Mercedes-Benz NG-series]]
 
* [[Mercedes-Benz NG-series]]
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*[http://www2.mercedes-benz.co.uk/content/unitedkingdom/mpc/mpc_unitedkingdom_website/en/home_mpc/truck.flash.html M-B UK trucks]
 
*[http://www2.mercedes-benz.co.uk/content/unitedkingdom/mpc/mpc_unitedkingdom_website/en/home_mpc/truck.flash.html M-B UK trucks]
   
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{{Daimler AG}}
 
{{Mercedes-Benz group}}
 
{{Mercedes-Benz group}}
 
{{Mercedes-Benz truck range}}
 
{{Mercedes-Benz truck range}}
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{{wikipedia|Mercedes-Benz#Trucks}}
 
{{wikipedia|Mercedes-Benz#Trucks}}
 
[[Category:Companies of Germany]]
 
[[Category:Companies of Germany]]
[[Category:Truck manufacturers]]
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[[Category:Truck manufacturers of Germany]]
 
[[Category:Daimler AG]]
 
[[Category:Daimler AG]]

Latest revision as of 22:35, December 22, 2017

Main article: Mercedes-Benz

Part of Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz trucks is one of the world's largest manufacturer of trucks under various brands. Trucks have been built under the Freightliner, Master Motors, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi Fuso, Sterling (discontinued) and Western Star brands.

Daimler trucks were first produced in 1886.

Currently trucks are produced in Argentina, Brazil, Germany and South Africa. A joint venture with Kamaz is underway and will soon be producing trucks, and a new plant is under construction in India, formerly a joint venture with Hero.

ModelsEdit

The range of Mercedes-Benz trucks consists of: [1]

Specialised models
  • 1828L (F581) Mobile Casualty Treatment Centre
  • 1517L Mobile Casualty Treatment Centre

Older ModelsEdit

See alsoEdit

References / sourcesEdit

  • based on a wikipedia stub

External linksEdit



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