In the trucking and logistics business around the globe, it had been proven that driver comfort plays a very important role in fuel consumption and truck durability, thus enabling more cost-effective and reliable inland transport solutions.
|1933 A||2933 A||3343 A||4043 A|
|Gross vehicle weight (t)*||19||29||33||40|
|Engine types||In-line 6||In-line 6||In-line 6||In-line 6|
|Emission classes||Euro 3||Euro 3||Euro 3||Euro 3|
|Gearboxes (speeds)||Manual (9); Automatic (6)||Manual (9); Automatic (6)||16||16|
Designed with comfort in mind: seating behind the axle.
The bonnet-type concept of the Zetros prevents the driver from sitting directly above the front axle – resulting in outstanding ride comfort for drivers and passengers alike.
Spacious legroom and lower access: less hassle, more comfort.
The Zetros generously designed cockpit offers plenty of legroom, in addition to the room freed up by the lack of an engine tunnel between the driver and co-driver. The cab also provides the advantage of lower access, relieving the drivers from the hassle of climbing associated with a standard cab-over-engine truck.