What kind of truck is the Iveco Eurocargo?
The Iveco EuroCargo is a range of medium-duty trucks produced by the Italian manufacturer Iveco since 1991. The EuroCargo replaced the Zeta model produced in the 1970s.
What are the features of a Eurocargo 4×4 truck?
Available with a day cab with a standard roof, the Eurocargo 4×4 truck is equipped with front towing jaw (as standard) and special protection for off-road driving: steel bumpers, headlamp grilles, radiator guard and two retractable access steps.
Who is the owner of the company Iveco?
IVECO S.p.A., an acronym for Industrial Vehicles Corporation, is an Italian industrial vehicle manufacturing company based in Turin, Italy, and entirely controlled by CNH Industrial Group.
What makes an Iveco a light duty vehicle?
The light category Iveco includes the vehicles that can be used for any purpose, from mobile editing bays to rescue units. Additionally, the light – duty machinery line consists of recreational vehicles whose toughness is comparable with that of larger vehicles.
How big is an Iveco day cab truck?
REF TG 2531 IVECO EUROCARGO 180E25 4X2 DAY CAB 200.000 KMS WARRANTED DOUBLE PASSENGER SEAT 18 TONNE GROSS SPRING SUSPENSION FITTED WITH 24 FOOT CURTAINSIDER BODY REAR BARN Note: The price displayed for this vehicle (£19994.00) is exclusive of VAT.
Where are the headquarters of the Iveco concern?
The Iveco concern was formed in November 1974 as a result of the Klockner-Humboldt-Deutz (KHD) agreement to transfer its branch of Magirus-Deutz to FIAT. The structure of IVECO includes Magirus-Deutz, FIAT, as well as Italian and foreign FIAT units such as OM, Lancia, French FIAT France SA (Unic). The headquarters of IVECO is located in Turin.
What kind of body does a Eurocargo cab have?
The Eurocargo cab chassis is an ideal platform for a wide range of body fitments – the chassis rails are completely flat on top and free from obstructions, allowing body lengths from 7 to 9.5m. Another benefit of the Eurocargo range is its versatility.