One of the more unique truck ranges from Renault, the Lander came almost exclusively as a tractor unit until production ended last year. Today, they are used as skip loaders and tippers, handling larger jobs thanks in no small part to their size – the biggest currently available weighs in at a hefty 44 tonnes.
Aside from their size, they’re known for being pretty steady, something which many drivers will appreciate. The Premium Lander is also known for being pretty efficient, conforming to the Euro 5 emission standards. Meanwhile, as the most recent ones were built as recently as last year, they’re likely to have all the gear you will need such as ABS and cruise control.
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Renault Lander 6x4
2011 | Tractor Unit
LANDER 460DXI 6X4 DOUBLE DRIVE UNIT ON STEEL SUSPENSION AUTO ENGINE BRAKE A/C TIPPING GEAR METALLIC BLUE Tractor Units
Renault Lander 460DXI
2012 | Chassis Cabs
LANDER 460 6X4 CHASSIS CAB ON AIR AUTO 5M WHEEL BASE ENGINE BRAKE A/C 25 FT CHASSIS PIPED FOR DRAWBAR 12 MONTHS DOE Rigid Trucks
Renault Lander 430
2011 | Beavertails
LANDER 430 SLEEPER AUTO 8X2 REAR LIFT AND STEER WITH NEW 29 FT HEAVY DUTY BEAVERTAIL HYDRAULIC RAMPS STABLISERS AND REMOTE CONTROL WINCH 19 TON PAYLOAD Rigid Trucks
2011 | Hookloaders | 32000kg
LANDER 430 DXI 8X4 AUTO HYVA HOOKLOADER WITH EASY SHEET SPOTLESS Hookloader
Both manual and automatic gearboxes are available for the Lander, with the manual being more commonplace among those for sale. In terms of engines, the most recent model, the Premium Lander, has an engine producing an astonishing 460 bhp, making it among the most powerful trucks around.
The Lander has over 70 different vehicles, seven configuration types and two types of cab. There are three different roof heights to choose from, while there are also three different lengths available. An off-road version of the Lander was made too.
Both rigids and tractor units have their plus points, but the latter tends to be more popular because it allows for greater flexibility in terms of what the truck can be used for such as mixing cement.
The two most recent engines made for the Lander both conform with Euro 5 standards. The DXi7 and DXi11 engines have a range of power ratings, starting at 270 bhp and ending at 460 bhp. Given that they were made to be lighter than other cars, they are still capable of handling massive payloads, making them worth considering for businesses looking at cutting their transportation costs.
The Lander is something many in the construction industry might want to try and make hard jobs a little easier, particularly those like road maintenance. Versatility is the watchword for the range.
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