6x2 Drive; Sleeper Cab; All Steel Wheels; Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; MERCEDES AXOR 2529 SLEEPER CAB, 6X2 26 TONNE CURTSINSIDER, 290 HORSE POWER, 806,724 KMS, SLEEPER CAB, MOT JUNE 2020, EXCELLENT CONDITION 290 Engine. Transmission: unknown NumSpeeds: unknown
Air Ride Suspension; 26,000 kg Gross Vehicle Weight; Diesel Fuel Type; 4x2 Drive; Day Cab; 5 Euro Rating; All Steel Wheels; Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; Mercedes Benz Axor Day Cab. Mercedes Benz 290 Bhp Turbo Air To Air Charge Cooled Euro 5 Engine C/w Ad – Blue. Mercedes Benz 9 Speed Syncromesh ...
For Sale Price: EUR €22,909
Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; Axor 2529 6 x 2 Flatbed+Crane, Manual Gearbox, 2008 27' Flatbed, Remote Controlled Hiab 377 EP-4 HiDuo 4 Extension Crane, Front & Rear Stabilisers, Rear Lift, Twistlocks for 20' Container Position, Reverse Camera, Passenger Side Camera, Passenger Side Sensors, Beacon...
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2012 12 MERCEDES BENZ 2529 AXOR 26 tonne 6x2 rear lift on air fitted with on board weigher air con and FORS Camera system 9 tonne front axle Bonfigliolli 20 Tonne metre crane Radio Remote control with 4 hydraulic extensions with a 26' platform body with scaffold sockets fitted ex PLC one owner fr...
Air Ride Suspension; 26,000 kg Gross Vehicle Weight; Diesel Fuel Type; 6x2 Drive; Sleeper Cab; 4 Euro Rating; All Steel Wheels; Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; Fitted with an 8.3 Metre Body, Wheel Base = 5.7 Metres, Rear Lift Axle, 8-Ton Front Axle, Sleeper Cab, Locking Diff, Cruise Control, Engine...
For Sale Price: EUR €6,954
All Steel Wheels; Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; 63 plate Mercedes 2529 axor 6x2 fridge lorry, carrier supra engine stand by and side load door with dropside steps. Also has divider and tuck away tail lift. Manual gearbox 298,000km £poa Suspension: unknown Cab: unknown
The Mercedes Axor was launched in 2001 and continued through a couple of facelifts in 2004 and 2011 until it was discontinued in 2012 and replaced with the Antos.Read More
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The Mercedes Axor was launched in 2001 and continued through a couple of facelifts in 2004 and 2011 until it was discontinued in 2012 and replaced with the Antos.
The Mercedes Axor was launched in 2001 and continued through a couple of facelifts in 2004 and 2011 until it was discontinued in 2012 and replaced with the Antos. It's a versatile heavy truck and is used extensively as a tipper and hookloader and also in regional distribution, where it is a popular model in supermarket operations.
It fits beneath the larger Actros in the range and has generally smaller cabs and less powerful engines than its big brother. Not that this make it a lesser truck. In fact, it is more than adequately equipped for its duties and performs them with an admirable calm which comes from being designed perfectly for the job. It's a versatile beast too, equally at home as a tipper, rigid or tractor.
R-type cabs include the S day cab and SE extended day cab. There is also an L sleeper cab and LR twin sleeper with high roof. Where the larger 12-litre engines are fitted in the 8x4 tippers and tractor units, the larger C range cabs are also fitted. At the top of the range there is the Axor X cab, which is a high-roofed sleeper with an extended spec which includes an air-suspended seat, Powershift and Bluetooth. These cabs retain a typical squared-off design, but it has been softened a little by some aerodynamic side deflectors and a ‘V' shape grille. On construction models you will find excellent ground clearance and protective guards for the light clusters, which emphasise the truck's robust nature.
In the cabin, Mercedes have used typically high-quality materials that are chosen for their durability and long life. The controls are logically and simply arranged, with switchgear in the driver's door for secondary functions such as mirrors, windows, heating and central locking. You will find comfortable air-suspended seats and lots of storage space across the cab model range.
The engine range includes a 12-litre unit tuned to give 354, 401 or 428hp and torque ranges from 1850 to 2,000 and 2,100 Nm. Regardless of the option chosen, the driver will enjoy smooth power delivery and effortless pulling capabilities. There is a choice of manual gearboxes with 9 or 16 speeds and the option of a 12-speed Powershift automatic box. This latter unit saves weight and delivers extra payload in comparison to the manual boxes. It also gives better fuel economy and fast, smooth gear changes.
Handling is good and the all-steel suspension setup of the construction trucks is particularly hardy. The truck might give a little cab nod when off-road but this is minor and the shockers and stabilisers soon mop things up. Overall, the Mercedes Axor is an excellent piece of engineering that has been designed to fit perfectly in a number of niches. It is built to last and that means residuals are high but having been discontinued in 2012, a second-hand Mercedes Axor may soon become more affordable.