|Torque||850/970/1120/1300/1850/2000/2100 Nm at|
|Max. power||175/188/210/240/265/295/315 kW (238/256/286/326/360/401/428 HP)|
|Rated speed||2200/2200/2200/2200/1900/1900/1900 rpm|
|Powertrain||Front engine with rear drive|
|Transmission||Manuell: 6, 9 ,16-gear, automatic: 6, 16-gears|
|Wheel base||3150 - 6300 mm|
|Payload||6.000 - 8.900 kg|
|Total weight||18.000 - 26.000 kg|
The duty demands to fill almost any gap. Thereby the Axor covers the area of the former heavy Atego. It connects so seamlessly with the Actros series but do not resort their basic engines. As a premium here, a new six-cylinder is used with 12 liters displacement.
The use of this series had become necessary because between the 'big' six-cylinder inline engines of the Atego and the 'small' six-cylinder V-engines of the Actros is a gap of approx. 5 liters. The already changed Atego chassis can not adjust the V-engine, which incidentally will also disappear in fairly long-term. You may well assume the new line engine as its successor.
At the latest with the facelift the Axor also gets a large part of the digital electronics from the Actros. This includes in comparison to cars an even more sophisticated ESP control, which includes, for example, the complete semitrailer. 10/11