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Not all Australian roads are six-lane highways, and not every job can be handled by one person alone. So where to turn if you need to transport up to seven people and a few tonnes of cargo off the beaten path?
It’s only fitting that the final word of the 2016 truck launch season belonged to the OEM with the most vocal fan base. With the new T610 range, local juggernaut Kenworth is hoping to fight off an increasingly confident European competition.
Named after a medieval merchant vessel, Freightliner’s Argosy model is now available with both EGR and SCR engine technology. Can it navigate the shoals of modern trucking? Prime Mover delivers the full story.
Isuzu is justifiably proud to have the held the number one spot in the Australian truck sales ranking for more than a quarter of a century. Can the new N Series help it continue that grand legacy?
Mercedes-Benz is determined to get the all-new Actros just right for the Australian market and has invested a lot of time and effort in the local evaluation process. Now the model is about to go on sale.
The 12-16 tonne category continues to be where a lot of the action is in the Australian medium-duty truck market. The versatile Iveco Eurocargo is a hot candidate for applications that are a little out of the ordinary.
Isuzu has been dominating the Australian light and medium-duty truck market for decades, but still doesn’t appear to be easing off on the development front. Can the new F Series cement the brand’s leadership position?
With both engine and transmission based on shared Volvo Group technology, the Mack Super-Liner may be somewhat of a global citizen, but at the core it is still very much an American original.
After a little wait, Prime Mover was finally able to put the Iveco Stralis with the revamped Cursor II engine to the test in a real life scenario. Will the show-stopper be able to perform under pressure?
In response to growing demand in the rigid truck space, Scania has launched a ‘ready to go’ eight-wheeler curtain-sider model. Can the Swedish package tap into the boom?
Only few know that the Mercedes-Benz Zetros had its genesis in a tender for the British army, which involved such specifics as being able to fit inside the cargo hold of a military aircraft. How does the current version handle civilian life?
With a new, aerodynamic shape and elaborate driver support technology, the new DAF LF is trying to reshuffle the metropolitan distribution market. Does it have what it takes?