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2003 MERCEDES-BENZ ATEGO 1328 at TruckLocator.ie
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Ex-London Fire Brigade Vehicle, Crew Cab, Electric Windows, Engine Brake, Heated Mirrors, Sun Roof, Analogue Tacho, Euro 3, Wheel Base = 4.15 Metres. Weight: 13,500 kgs

For Sale Price: EUR €7,019

Machine Location:
Addlestone, SURREY, United Kingdom KT15 2EA
Addlestone, SURREY, United Kingdom KT15 2EA
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Mercedes-Benz Atego's Timeline

Click on the dates in the timeline below to view interesting events in Mercedes-Benz Atego's history

01.01.1998
Launch
Atego launched as a successor to the LN series after 14 years of construction.
01.01.2004
Facelift to model
Facelift to the model: Indicators were enlarged and the front of the Atego was more aligned.
01.01.2005
Models renamed
All Atego models over 18 tonne were renamed Mercedes Axor.
01.01.2011
Truck of the year
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01.01.2013
Second generation launched
Second generation Atego launched.
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