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The fourth and last member of the Mercedes-Benz truck family to undergo a complete makeover is the new Mercedes-Benz Atego with Euro VI, now coming on stage to continue its successful career as a bestseller in the short-radius distribution segment from 6.5 to 16 t permissible gross vehicle weight. Outstanding consumption figures for its completely re-engineered BlueEfficiency Power in-line engines, which cover an output range from 115 kW (156 hp) to 220 kW (299 hp), new Mercedes PowerShift 3 automated transmissions across all power categories and an overall vehicle concept that has been fully updated and optimised, make the new Atego the benchmark in the light-duty short-range distribution sector.

The new cab, which has been further developed to meet the requirements of light-duty short-range distribution operations and, in terms of design, perceived value and equipment and appointments, is absolutely on a par with the heavy-duty class. The systematic use of lightweight construction techniques, state-of-the-art engine technology and a drive system configured for specific applications, help the new Mercedes-Benz Atego to achieve record figures for consumption, performance and overall economic efficiency.

At the heart of the new Atego drive system are two completely redesigned BlueEfficieny Power Euro VI engines with state-of-the-art design features that mark them out as representing the absolute pinnacle in engine design. A total of seven new Euro VI engine variants can be combined with a wide range of transmissions in either manual or automated versions to suit all power categories, so ensuring that the ideal match will always be found for any specific requirement profile that may arise in short-radius distribution operations. In its light-duty variants, the Atego features the newly designed BlueEfficiency Power four-cylinder engines with a displacement of 5.1 litres from the OM 934 series, in a choice of four different power categories. These state-of-the-art four-valve engines with two overhead camshafts and adjustable exhaust valve timing perfectly cover the performance range from 115 kW (156 hp) to 170 kW (231 hp) needed in short-radius distribution. In addition, the Mercedes-Benz Atego is available with a choice of three newly designed six-cylinder OM 936 common rail units with a performance range from 175 kW (238 hp) to 220 kW (299 hp) and a displacement of 7.7 litres.

The driving power of the new engines is transmitted via Mercedes PowerShift 3 automated transmissions – these are fitted as standard in Germany. Power-assisted manual gear shifting with six or nine gears may be ordered for the new Atego as an option. The drive system configuration of the new Atego includes Stability Control Assist – the system known as ESP in passenger cars – as standard.

With the arrival of the new Atego, the medium-duty short-radius distribution truck in the 6.5 t to 16 t GVWR segment, the new truck generation from Mercedes-Benz is now complete. In appearance, too, the new Atego fits neatly into a line-up that already includes the Mercedes-Benz Actros, Antos and Arocs model series. A new bumper design with integrated daytime running lamps (an LED version is available as an option) defines the characteristic face of the Atego and, for all its clear individual identity, marks it out immediately as a member of today's Mercedes-Benz truck family. Inside the Atego cab, the driver will find a completely redesigned interior with a cockpit design that, in terms of styling and functionality, has been aligned with that of the Actros, Antos and Arocs. The central instrument with its large, clear graphic display, a multifunction steering wheel as standard – optionally available in leather, seats in a new design featuring integrated head restraints and armrests (in conjunction with Mercedes PowerShift 3) and a one-piece 7-zone cold foam mattress as an option are just a few examples of what to expect in the new Atego.

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