Iveco’s new Trakker SR fits into the Iveco range between the dedicated off-road Trakker and the on-road Stralis. It is ideally suited for the medium distance side-tipping application with up to 60% on-road and 40% off-road capabilities.
It has a lighter tare mass, because it has a single reduction axle (a combination of two 10,500 kg axles with disc brakes to save weight) and a 7,7-mm-thick steel chassis. The SR model gives the operator an additional payload of at least 800 kg, when compared to the normal Trakker.
The SR’s tare mass is 8 970 kg. This weight saving means that the SR offers a fully optimised payload. It also results in better fuel economy and reduced running costs for operators. Despite the weight saving, the vehicle still retains Iveco’s legendary strength and reliability.
The SR cabin comes in a number of configurations, including a low-roof sleeper cab that is ideal for medium distance side-tipping applications. In addition, there is a high-roof model that can be used for long distances – especially cross-border transport.
More will be revealed next week at the Iveco brand launch.