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Manufacturer Zavod Imeni Likhacheva
Class Truck
Engine(s) 3.5L ZIL-375 x2, 180 hp each
Length 9,260 mm (365 in)
Width 3,130 mm (123 in)
Height 3,060 mm (120 in)
Curb weight 7,000 kg (15,000 lb)

ZIL-E-167 is an off-road truck.

This truck was designed in the begin­ning of 1960’s. It was designed to with­stand dif­fic­ult con­di­tions in Siberia, Urals and far east and north­ern ter­ri­to­ries of the Soviet Union, (now Russia). It is also able to cross water and it is able to con­trol its tire pres­sure, equipped with air clean­ing sys­tems and has 4.5 kW elec­tric engine to pump water (in case of fire) and it also has radio trans­mis­sion capabilities.

Wheels 6x6

Engine (2xZIL-375) Engine dis­place­ment 2x3,5 liters Per­fo­rmance 2x180 hp Fuel tank capac­ity 900 liters Fuel con­sump­tion 100 liters/100km Max speed 65 km/h (on the road fully loaded) Max speed in 50/80 cm water 30/20 km/h


  • Length 9260 mm
  • Width 3130 mm
  • Height 3060 mm
  • Ground clear­ance 750 mm
  • Turning radius 11 900 mm


  • Cerb (sicsic) weight 7000 kg
  • Pay­load 5000 kg


  • Abil­ity to go through obsta­cles:
  • Trench 2000 mm
  • Ver­ti­cal wall 1000 mm
  • Rise angle 42 degrees
  • Ford­ing 1800 mm
  • Snow 1000 mm
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