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Quality Used, Euro 6, Mercedes Econic, Dennis Olympus, Terberg Split. Chassis – Mercedes Econic. Body – Dennis Olympus Bin lift – Terberg Split. Mileage – 39,097 Km. Axle con – 6x2. GVW – 26,000 kg. We stock a wide range of used refuse vehicles. Don’t worry about quality — all are fully refurbis...

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Cam, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, United Kingdom GL11 5HT

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2009 Mercedes Econic 1823 4X2 municipal truck for sale. Faun Variopress body. Zoeller trade binlift can be supplied as an open back. Your choice of binlift can be fitted. Can be supplied as a chassis cab. Euro 5. Allison automatic transmission. 18 tonnes gross vehicle weight. This municipal truc...

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Halifax, United Kingdom HX3 8BW

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Mercedes Econic Refuse Truck Review

The Econic range is intended to be an efficient and modern entry in the Mercedes family of commercial vehicles. And since it comes with the option of a refuse body, it can be used for the collection of waste by organisations that require such duties...

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  Blog Archive
North Warwickshire Borough Council Acquires 3 New Mercedes-Benz Econic 2627L Refuse Collection Trucks
The new trucks are powered by 7.7-litre, 268-horsepower engines and feature Allison six-speed automatic transmissions and rear-steer axles. ...
Read More
Hartlepool Borough Council Orders Two New Refuse Trucks, Stays With Mercedes-Benz
The new Econic 2630L low-entry rigids are equipped with 299-horsepower 7.7-litre engines, six-speed Allison transmissions, rear-steer axles, and Farid Hillend Engineering compactor bodywork. ...
Read More
J&B Recycling Adds Three New Mercedes-Benz Econic 2630Ls To Fleet, Has Two More On The Way
“We have chosen the Econic because we believe it to be the market’s finest refuse vehicle chassis, one that enjoys an unrivalled reputation for quality and reliability,” says J&B Operations Director Matt Tyrie. ...
Read More
Barnet Council Continues To Update Its Fleet With Mercedes-Benz Econic 2630L Refuse Trucks
The council first purchased Mercedes-Benz trucks less than two years ago, and its fleet manager and drivers were so taken with the Econics that orders for more soon followed. ...
Read More
Scottish Rubbish Collector Employs Fleet Of Isuzu Grafter N35.125 Collection Trucks In Glasgow & Edinburgh
Junk It added two new Grafters to its fleet earlier this year and will add a third this month; the firm bought its first Isuzu in 2016 and now won’t buy anything else. ...
Read More
Greener Ealing Commissions 32 Mercedes-Benz Econic Refuse Collection Vehicles
Most of the new trucks have 26-tonne 6x2 chassis with rear-steer axles for better manoeuvrability and are fitted with FAUN Zoeller Variopress compaction bodies and bin lifts. ...
Read More
Lewisham Council Acquires 24 New Mercedes-Benz Econic Refuse Trucks
Supplied by Orwell Truck & Van, the new Econic 6x2 trucks are equipped with 7.7-litre, 295-horsepower engines and Allison six-speed transmissions. ...
Read More
Reigate & Banstead Borough City Council Adds 11 New Mercedes-Benz Econic 2630L Refuse & Recycling Trucks To Fleet
Supplied by City West Commercials, the new trucks are equipped with 7.7-litre, 299-horsepower engines and Dennis Eagle Olympus Twin Pack compaction bodies. ...
Read More
Scania’s Biogas Vehicles Help Urbaser Land Municipal Refuse Collection Contract
Urbaser offered the services of six of its biogas-powered Scania P 340s, which feature a range of 350 kilometres per filling with frequent stops and starts. ...
Read More
DAF Delivers Its First CF Electric 6x2 Refuse Truck To Dutch Waste Management Specialist ROVA
The truck has entered service in Zwolle, and three other similar vehicles will operate elsewhere as part of a refuse collection field test. ...
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Mercedes-Benz Econic's Timeline

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

01.01.1998
Launch
Econic launched. Normally used for waste collection, fire and emergency purposes and airport ground services.
01.01.2006
Econic Goes Euro 5
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All models built from 2006 onwards were equipped with BlueTec technology.
01.01.2011
10,000 milestone
10,000th Econic truck manufactured.
01.04.2013
Facelifted Econic Launched
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Econic gets Euro 6 engine and updated cab. On UK roads from Q1 2014

Mercedes Econic Refuse Truck Review

The Econic range is intended to be an efficient and modern entry in the Mercedes family of commercial vehicles. And since it comes with the option of a refuse body, it can be used for the collection of waste by organisations that require such duties...

Mercedes Econic Refuse Truck Review

The Mercedes Econic range is intended to be an efficient and modern entry in the Mercedes-Benz family of commercial vehicles. And since it comes with the option of a refuse body, it can be used for the collection of waste by organisations that require such duties to be executed by a vehicle which will last for years without becoming a burden. The low-entry cabs are perfect for waste collection because they allow operators to climb in and out without being overly fatigued, giving it the edge over other older machines. And with a host of cutting-edge technology included to improve safety and productivity, the Econic refuse trucks are one step ahead of the competition. This applies to used models just as much as new variants, since Mercedes-Benz endeavours to keep its vehicles at the forefront of engineering innovation.

On Board Weighers

Modern features available on the Econic range include a system that relays information about the weight of the load that is on board at any given time, monitoring each of the individual axles to ensure that operators have real-time updates about how much material has been collected and when the capacity is close to being reached. Because these trucks also feature wiring to facilitate the integration of reversing cameras, used models can often come with these additions to make things even safer. The driver is given an excellent view of their surroundings even without cameras on board thanks to the panoramic windscreen and well-positioned and easy-to-adjust mirrors. Adverse road conditions can also be tackled with ease thanks to ESP, ABS and various other automated safety systems that keep the Econic refuse trucks on the right track.


Mercedes Econic Refuse Truck

Strong, Alloy Cabs

Modern Econic refuse models come with cabs that are built using alloy frames, and this means they are light while still being very strong, ensuring that they meet current regulations for protection during collisions. The doors open inwards, meaning that operators not only have easy access thanks to the height of the entry points, but will not have any issues getting in and out when space around the vehicle is tight. Low- and high-roof models are available, with the latter offering integrated overhead lockers so that the crew can keep belongings and equipment stored safely when they are out on the road. Meanwhile, additions such as the electronic sunblind and the impressive ventilation systems mean that everyone who is on board will be comfortable and content, whatever the weather.

The refuse body of the Econic range of trucks can come with bin lifts built to handle trade bins, wheelie bins or a combination of the two. This means you will need to check which type of lift is included when buying used to make sure a truck fits your needs. You should also ensure that these hydraulic systems, as well as any other mechanisms, are working correctly. Ex-council examples of the Econic refuse truck range are a feature of the second-hand market and make it simpler to secure a well-maintained model from this respected Mercedes-Benz group of vehicles.


  Blog Archive
North Warwickshire Borough Council Acquires 3 New Mercedes-Benz Econic 2627L Refuse Collection Trucks
The new trucks are powered by 7.7-litre, 268-horsepower engines and feature Allison six-speed automatic transmissions and rear-steer axles. ...
Read More
Hartlepool Borough Council Orders Two New Refuse Trucks, Stays With Mercedes-Benz
The new Econic 2630L low-entry rigids are equipped with 299-horsepower 7.7-litre engines, six-speed Allison transmissions, rear-steer axles, and Farid Hillend Engineering compactor bodywork. ...
Read More
J&B Recycling Adds Three New Mercedes-Benz Econic 2630Ls To Fleet, Has Two More On The Way
“We have chosen the Econic because we believe it to be the market’s finest refuse vehicle chassis, one that enjoys an unrivalled reputation for quality and reliability,” says J&B Operations Director Matt Tyrie. ...
Read More
Barnet Council Continues To Update Its Fleet With Mercedes-Benz Econic 2630L Refuse Trucks
The council first purchased Mercedes-Benz trucks less than two years ago, and its fleet manager and drivers were so taken with the Econics that orders for more soon followed. ...
Read More
Scottish Rubbish Collector Employs Fleet Of Isuzu Grafter N35.125 Collection Trucks In Glasgow & Edinburgh
Junk It added two new Grafters to its fleet earlier this year and will add a third this month; the firm bought its first Isuzu in 2016 and now won’t buy anything else. ...
Read More
Greener Ealing Commissions 32 Mercedes-Benz Econic Refuse Collection Vehicles
Most of the new trucks have 26-tonne 6x2 chassis with rear-steer axles for better manoeuvrability and are fitted with FAUN Zoeller Variopress compaction bodies and bin lifts. ...
Read More
Lewisham Council Acquires 24 New Mercedes-Benz Econic Refuse Trucks
Supplied by Orwell Truck & Van, the new Econic 6x2 trucks are equipped with 7.7-litre, 295-horsepower engines and Allison six-speed transmissions. ...
Read More
Reigate & Banstead Borough City Council Adds 11 New Mercedes-Benz Econic 2630L Refuse & Recycling Trucks To Fleet
Supplied by City West Commercials, the new trucks are equipped with 7.7-litre, 299-horsepower engines and Dennis Eagle Olympus Twin Pack compaction bodies. ...
Read More
Scania’s Biogas Vehicles Help Urbaser Land Municipal Refuse Collection Contract
Urbaser offered the services of six of its biogas-powered Scania P 340s, which feature a range of 350 kilometres per filling with frequent stops and starts. ...
Read More
DAF Delivers Its First CF Electric 6x2 Refuse Truck To Dutch Waste Management Specialist ROVA
The truck has entered service in Zwolle, and three other similar vehicles will operate elsewhere as part of a refuse collection field test. ...
Read More