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EUROCENTRIC | TRUCK REVIEW – Iveco ML180 Eurocargo

IVECO’s Eurocargo brings cleaner and greener credits to the medium-duty market – Report by Brenton O’Connor. One thing is for sure – the new Euro 6 version of IVECO’s Eurocargo medium-duty range of trucks is a very smart looking piece of machinery. The revised grille of the updated Euro 6 model, along with standard fit LED daytime running lights as ...

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LOVING THE LOADSTAR | CUSTOM & CLASSIC-Cooma Sand and Concrete

History and nostalgia play a role today with Cooma Sand and Concrete – Words by Warren Caves, images by Torque it Up. If you started working for Cooma Sand and Concrete today as a driver in the company’s latest truck, you would be treated to such luxuries as a Cummins ISL 9.0-litre, 360 hp diesel engine, matched to an Allison ...

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WORKING BEE | TRUCK REVIEW – Iveco Eurocargo

IVECO’s Eurocargo finds the sweet spot with a honey of a cargo For one of the smallest farmed creatures in pastoral care, the average bee actually requires an amazing amount of investment in both time and resources to keep the little flying honey makers productive. When living in a beehive, the average bee has a home to come back to ...

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MAKING THE GRADE | TRUCK REVIEW – IVECO EUROCARGO

IVECO proves its mid-range Eurocargo has great street appeal – Words by David Meredith It was just over one year ago that one of the major global truck brands focused on and funded a new campaign to stimulate driver recruitment and training for the truck industry. Part of the deal was an industry survey – no doubt expensive – by ...

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Waste Management | TRUCK REVIEW – IVECO ACCO

110 ACCO compactors hit the road for SUEZ It’s the truck sales order that company reps dream about, as leading waste management company SUEZ confirms its requirement for a record order of 110 IVECO ACCO compactors to service a newly-won 16-year contract with Brisbane City Council. SUEZ has held continuous collection contracts with the municipality since 2002, with the new ...

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IVECO Eurocargo goes to EURO 6 | TRUCK REVIEW

IVECO joins MAN, Mercedes-Benz and Scania in recognising climate change and the benefits of Euro 6 The role of rigid trucks has grown dramatically over the last ten years, with many factors contributing to that popularity. While interstate drivers used to spend their day running around town doing deliveries and pick-ups before heading out again, the multi-drop local task is ...

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Race Mode

Honda shows it’s open to new suggestions when it comes to taking the team to the racetrack – Report by Dave Whyte Usually when people find out what I do, they ask the same question: “So what truck would YOU buy?” The answer is always the same, being that it depends on the job you want to do with it. ...

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Daily Gets Dirty 

  Dave Whyte plays in the mud with the Iveco Daily 4×4 The Iveco Daily is a popular model in the light-truck market, with plenty to offer in terms of comfort and performance. With different cab options, a strong driveline and the ability to be driven with a car licence, it is certainly a versatile model, and a strong sales ...

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FOCUS ON IVECO

The brand stages a fight back for increased market share with new Euro 6 product on the way – Report by Chris Mullett Last year IVECO celebrated its 40th anniversary as a commercial vehicle organisation, since it was formed in 1975 from a union of five European company brands comprising Magirus-Deutz, Fiat Industrial Vehicles, Lancia, Unic and OM. In 1992 ...

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HORSES FOR COURSES

When the freight is high value and bred for top-class performance, it’s the horse that gets the jump on the travel plans Despite some of the high end motorhomes offering all sorts of upmarket inducements to tempt grey nomads out onto the highway, TrailerTorque reckons that the humble horse transport sets standards that can outweigh anything envisaged by the retirees ...

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