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As the biggest truck maker in the world, Mercedes produce a full-range of lorries with weights ranging from 2.4 to 44 tonnes. From the lightweight Atego to the top weight Actros, there’s a Mercedes truck on the market to suit every business need. The Sprinter is the bestselling truck of its kind and for good reason; Mercedes recognise the needs of the every-day customer and aim to produce products that reflect the quality of service needed with the efficiency and technology needed to work in the modern working environment.

Mercedes aim to deliver trucks that allow every driver to make the most of each load. Keeping track of current events and the factors that are sure to affect every customer, Mercedes is ahead of the pack when it comes to adjusting to the needs of the customer.

Find out more about which of the Mercedes-Benz trucks for sale on TruckLocator.co.uk is suitable for your business.

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Mercedes-Benz 1625
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Mercedes-Benz 1625 POA
1989 | Fire Trucks | 17000kg Saxon Simon Snorkel fire arial platform - 27.8m LadderMoT Due log book present
Hopkinsons Fairdeals Ltd
Mercedes-Benz Atego  815
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Mercedes-Benz Atego 815 POA
2003 | Refuse Body | 749kg Linktip 2 compartment toploader with side 240 bin lift and rear 1100 litre bin lift; direct from councilMoT Due log book present
Hopkinsons Fairdeals Ltd
Mercedes-Benz Econic  Bluetec 5 2629
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Mercedes-Benz Econic Bluetec 5 2629 POA
2008 | Refuse Body | 26000kg Faun Variopress with Terberg split bin lifts; mid steer axle; direct from councilMoT Due Sep 14log book present
Hopkinsons Fairdeals Ltd
Mercedes-Benz Econic  2629 Bluetec 5
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Mercedes-Benz Econic 2629 Bluetec 5 POA
2008 | Refuse Body | 26000kg Rear Steer Faun variopress refuse truck with Zoeller split bin lifts; direct from councilMoT Due Jun 14log book present
Hopkinsons Fairdeals Ltd
Mercedes-Benz Econic  2629
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Mercedes-Benz Econic 2629 POA
2009 | Refuse Body | 26000kg RosRoca refuse truck with Onmidel split bin lifts direct from the councilMoT Due Nov 14log book present
Hopkinsons Fairdeals Ltd
Mercedes-Benz Econic  2629
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Mercedes-Benz Econic 2629 POA
2008 | Refuse Body | 26000kg Farid T1M-19 refuse vehicle with Zoeller split bin lifts direct from councilMoT Due Aug 14log book present
Hopkinsons Fairdeals Ltd
Mercedes-Benz Econic  2629 Bluetec 5
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Mercedes-Benz Econic 2629 Bluetec 5 POA
2008 | Refuse Body | 26000kg Rear Steer RosRoca refuse truck with Terberg split bin lifts and rear banks man; Direct from councilMoT Due Jun 14log book present
Hopkinsons Fairdeals Ltd
Mercedes-Benz Econic  2629 Bluetec 5
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Mercedes-Benz Econic 2629 Bluetec 5 POA
2008 | Refuse Body | 26000kg Rear Steer Faun variopress refuse truck with Zoeller split bin lifts; direct from councilMoT Due Aug 14log book present
Hopkinsons Fairdeals Ltd
Mercedes-Benz Econic  2629 Bluetec 5
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Mercedes-Benz Econic 2629 Bluetec 5 POA
2008 | Refuse Body | 26000kg Rear Steer RosRoca refuse truck with Terberg split bin lifts and rear banks man; Direct from councilMoT Due Jul 14log book present
Hopkinsons Fairdeals Ltd
Mercedes-Benz Econic  2629 Bluetec 5
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Mercedes-Benz Econic 2629 Bluetec 5 POA
2008 | Refuse Body | 26000kg Semat refuse truck with with split bin lifts; on board weighing; direct from councilMoT Due Aug 14log book present
Hopkinsons Fairdeals Ltd
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Click on the dates in the timeline below to view interesting events in Mercedes-Benz's history
01.01.1886
Mercedes-Benz Founder Invents the car
Carl Benz reveals the world’s first automobile, known as the Patent Motor Car Model III
01.01.1901
Product Development Continues
Mercedes spend years developing the initial model; then producing the Mercedes 35 HP which becomes the model upon which the modern-day vehicle is based upon.
01.01.1921
Mercedes improves Braking
Mercedes’ advancements in technology allow front-wheel brakes to become as standard on all vehicles.
01.01.1951
Mercedes Unimog Launched
From the 20s onwards numerous safety advancements are made to vehicles, including a patent for the first safety body with a rigid passenger compartment; the safety conical pin that prevents doors bursting open upon collision; and the first safety steering column. The Unimog is also launched for the first time.
01.01.1959
Mercedes Start Crash Testing
After introducing seatbelts in the early 50s, Mercedes begin taking crash tests on all models which lead to further innovation in steering and restraint systems.
01.01.1986
Mercedes Vario Predecessor Launched
The predecessor to the Vario, the T2, is launched.
01.01.1995
Actros & Sprinter Launched
The Actros is launched along with the iconic Sprinter.
01.01.1997
Atego Launched
The Mercedes Atego is launched.
01.01.1998
Econic Launched
The Econic is launched.for municipal use
01.01.2002
PRE-SAFE Launched
The anticipatory system, which has gone on to feature in the vast majority of haulage trucks, is launched as PRE-SAFE.
01.01.2005
Axor Launched
A ‘facelift’ for the earlier Atego model leads to the launch of the Axor.
01.01.2012
Antos Launched
The Antos is launched.
01.01.2013
Arocs makes Euro 6 Range complete
Mercedes-Benz launch the Arocs range for construction and off-road use.
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One of the outstanding elements of Mercedes’ truck development comes in the form of the environmental technology under the hood. In the latest advancements Mercedes have produced the Euro IV, which sets a limit on the emissions of a heavy duty vehicle.

Meanwhile, the BlueTecEco not only looks to save the environment, but the pocket of the driver filling up the tank as it is far more fuel efficient than rival trucks of a similar size on the market.

These environment concerns, along with the desire to achieve efficiency and performance throughout the entire range of vehicles, mean that Mercedes is a sound long term investment for drivers interested in economy.

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Which Mercedes truck is right for me?

Actros– As one of the most popular heavy duty trucks on the road in the UK, the Actros is a great long-term investment. Introduced in 1995, it is ideal for long-distance haulage and combines efficiency with comfort. Weights start at 18 tonnes with a range of engines, the most popular of which is the OM 501 with a 12-litre V6 and 310-460H.

Antos– One of the newest of the Mercedes trucks, the Antos is a range of heavy duty trucks coming in between 18 - 44 tonnes. In a range of three displacement classes (7.7 litre, 10.7 litre, and 12.8 litre), the Antos also offers 13 power ratings from 238HP to 510HP.

Atego – This lightweight, general purpose rigid truck was launched in 1997 with weights ranging from 7.5 – 16 tonnes. With power from a 4 or 6-cylinder engine, the newer 18 tonne models have been rebranded as the Mercedes-Benz Axor.

Axor – The newer version of the popular Atego, the Axor aims to fill the gap between the Actros tractors and the Atego trucks aimed at a fleet market. With a 12 litre, 6-cylinder engine, it aims to be efficient, economical and practical.

Econic – Used in the UK as a refuse vehicle, the Econic combines a low-entry cab and automated gearbox to make it one of the most flexible trucks on the market for an urban driving experience. The Econic is available in 18 – 26 tonnes and is powered by a 6-cylinder engine.

Sprinter – The Mercedes Sprinter is one of the most popular vans on the UK roads and has won International Van of the Year for several years running. With engine sizes ranging from 2.1 litre to 3.5, and 5 and 6-speed transmissions, it’s one of the most reliable vans on the market.

Unimog – This range of multi-purpose 4-wheel drive medium trucks are designed to tackle all ranges of environments. Designed to manage forests, war zones and deep snow, you can be sure that you can rely on the Unimog.

Vario – This full-size, heavy duty commercial van was originally launched in 1986. Those who are fans of the Atego will be pleased to know it shares the same OM904 internal combustion engine.

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