Econic


  • 19C0625_005
    The "DirectVision cab" of the Econic makes it possible to enjoy an excellent all-round view of the surrounding traffic thanks to the deep, panoramic windscreen and full-height, glazed folding side door as well as the lower seating position of the driver. The Mercedes-Benz Econic was therefore honoured with a five-star rating as part of London's "DirectVision Standards" guideline.
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    The "DirectVision cab" of the Econic makes it possible to enjoy an excellent all-round view of the surrounding traffic thanks to the deep, panoramic windscreen and full-height, glazed folding side door as well as the lower seating position of the driver. The Mercedes-Benz Econic was therefore honoured with a five-star rating as part of London's "DirectVision Standards" guideline.
  • 19C0625_006
    Biffa, one of the UK's leading refuse collection and recycling companies has a fleet comprising an ever-increasing number of Mercedes-Benz Econic trucks. 43 new Econic vehicles will be brought into service for refuse collection including, for the first time ever, five skip loaders and hookloaders for practical testing in London, have just been delivered. The phot o shows the Econic 2630 L refuse collection vehicle (left) and the Econic 1827 L skip loader.
  • 18C0885_03
    Essex-based Moriarty Haulage Moriarty Haulage recently bought 15 Mercedes-Benz Econic trucks for the transportation of concrete. When it comes to buying a construction truck that will operate in London, safety is a key purchasing criterion. Companies that take this into consideration are awarded a CLOCS-seal (Construction Logistics and Community Safety).
  • 18C0885_04
    Essex-based Moriarty Haulage Moriarty Haulage recently bought 15 Mercedes-Benz Econic trucks for the transportation of concrete. When it comes to buying a construction truck that will operate in London, safety is a key purchasing criterion. Companies that take this into consideration are awarded a CLOCS-seal (Construction Logistics and Community Safety).
  • 18C0885_01
    Essex-based Moriarty Haulage Moriarty Haulage recently bought 15 Mercedes-Benz Econic trucks for the transportation of concrete. When it comes to buying a construction truck that will operate in London, safety is a key purchasing criterion. Companies that take this into consideration are awarded a CLOCS-seal (Construction Logistics and Community Safety).
  • 18C0885_02
    Essex-based Moriarty Haulage Moriarty Haulage recently bought 15 Mercedes-Benz Econic trucks for the transportation of concrete. When it comes to buying a construction truck that will operate in London, safety is a key purchasing criterion. Companies that take this into consideration are awarded a CLOCS-seal (Construction Logistics and Community Safety).
  • 18C0707_01
    Mercedes-Benz Econic 2635 6x2/4, Exterior, orange, OM 936 Euro VI rated at 260 kW/354 hp, displacement 7.7 l, 6-speed automatic transmission, high roof.
  • 18C0707_02
    Mercedes-Benz Econic NGT 2630 LL 6x2/4, Exterior, brilliant silver, M 936 G Euro VI rated at 222 kW/302 hp, displacement 7.7 l, 6-speed automatic transmission, high roof
  • 18C0707_03
    Mercedes-Benz Econic NGT 2630 LL 6x2/4, Interior, M 936 G Euro VI rated at 222 kW/302 hp, displacement 7.7 l, 6-speed automatic transmission, high roof.
  • 18C0707_04
    Mercedes-Benz Econic 1830 L 4x2, Exterior, OM 936 Euro VI rated at 220 kW/299 hp, displacement 7.7 l, 6-speed automatic transmission, high roof, refridgerated body
  • 18C0707_05
    Mercedes-Benz Econic 1830 L 4x2, Exterior, OM 936 Euro VI rated at 220 kW/299 hp, displacement 7.7 l, 6-speed automatic transmission, high roof, refridgerated body
  • 18C0707_06
    Mercedes-Benz Econic NGT 1830 L 4x2, Exterior, M 936 G Euro VI rated at 222 kW/302 hp, displacement 7.7 l, 6-speed automatic transmission, high roof
  • 18C0665_01
    The leading British roadbuild ing specialist Tarmac is using new concrete mixers (photo) and tippers based on the four-axle Mercedes-Benz Econic 3235 L chassis on London construction sites.
  • 18C0665_02
    Outstanding visibility, ergonomics and the high "RoadEfficiency" safety standard are the hallmarks of the Mercedes-Benz Econic 3235 L. Tarmac and its contractors will primarily use the construction truck with two steered axles on London construction sites.
  • 18C0665_03
    Safety is ta ken very seriously on London construction sites: The leading British roadbuilding specialist Tarmac is placing its confidence in the benchmark safety level of the manoeuvrable four-axle Mercedes-Benz Econic 3235 L concrete mixer.
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    Econic 2635
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    Econic NGE BlueTec 6
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    Econic NGE BlueTec 6
  • 18C0366_02
    If there is a moving object in the right side monitoring zone [right-hand drive traffic], the driver is initially provided with a visible warning by the Sideguard Assist. An LED in the shape of a triangle lights up at the driver's eye level in the A-pillar on the co-driver's side. If there is a risk of collision, an additional visual and audible warning is triggered: the LED flashes brightly several times in red. After two seconds, it remains permanently illuminated in red.
  • 18C0366_03
    If there is a moving object in the right side monitoring zone [right-hand drive traffic], the driver is initially provided with a visible warning by the Sideguard Assist. An LED in the shape of a triangle lights up at the driver's eye level in the A-pillar on the co-driver's side. If there is a risk of collision, an additional visual and audible warning is triggered: the LED flashes brightly several times in red. After two seconds, it remains permanently illuminated in red.
  • 18C0040_03
    Mercedes-Benz Econic 2635 L
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    Mercedes-Benz Econic 2635 L
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    Range of the series BlueTec 6, Unimog and Econic
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    Econic 2635
  • 18C0040_06
    The Mercedes-Benz Econic 2630 NGT being put through its paces by AWS Abfallwirtschaft Stuttgart. Stability Control Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, Emergency Brake Assist, Active Brake Assist 3 (ABA 3), rain/light sensor.
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    Mercedes-Benz Econic 2635 L
  • 17C968_02
    The new Mercedes-Benz Econic 1838 4x2 refuse collection vehicle is being used in the high-traffic market districts of the London borough of Lewisham. From early morning until late in the evening, the Econic works there as a "mobile waste compactor", without bothering residents, market suppliers and market visitors with noise and emissions.
  • 17C968_01
    Quiet and environmentally friendly: As of late, a Mercedes-Benz Econic 1838 4x2 with an electric body handles the collection, compression and disposal of the large amounts of waste that are produced daily in the market area in the Lewisham district of London.
  • 17C968_03
    Thanks to the electric hydraulic operation for collecting bins and bulk material, the Euro VI diesel engine of the new Mercedes-Benz Econic 1838 4x2 waste collection vehicle can be switched off when lifting the bins and compacting the waste. The diesel engine runs only while driving along the collection route and to the depot (see photo).
  • 17C943_01
    Mercedes-Benz Econic with "High Visibility Cab" with a deep panoramic windscreen and a glazed co-driver’s door down to floor level, Sideguard Assist and Active Brake Assist 3 collect the waste in the Municipality of Ludwigsburg. Oliver Grimm (center), Managing Director of the Private-sector disposal Company Suez South, Tilman Hepperle (left), Managing Director of the Waste Management Company in Ludwigsburg, and Patrick Gentner, Daimler AG.
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    Mercedes-Benz Econic with "High Visibility Cab" with a deep panoramic windscreen and a glazed co-driver’s door down to floor level, Sideguard Assist and Active Brake Assist 3 collect the waste in the Municipality of Ludwigsburg.
  • 17C838_04
    Room for three: Sascha Uhlig (at the wheel) was responsible for the coordination and design of the new plant shuttle at Roma.
  • 17C838_01
    Teamwork: the new plant shuttle on the basis of the Mercedes-Benz Econic NGT was developed by Roma in close cooperation with Stern Auto and Daimler for the tractor unit and FSN Fahrzeugbau GmbH for the trailer.
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    Official handover: Diether Roßmann from Stern Auto (left) hands over the Mercedes-Benz Econic NGT to Roma's Head of Logistics Werner Riedmann.
  • 17C104_03
    The Mercedes-Benz Econic NGT being put through its paces by AWS Abfallwirtschaft Stuttgart. Technical Data: Euro VI M 936 G natural gas engine with a displacement of 7.7 l, 222 kW (302 hp), permissible GVW of 26 t, 3900 mm wheelbase.
  • 17C104_09
    The Mercedes-Benz Econic NGT being put through its paces by AWS Abfallwirtschaft Stuttgart. Technical Data: Euro VI M 936 G natural gas engine with a displacement of 7.7 l, 222 kW (302 hp), permissible GVW of 26 t, 3900 mm wheelbase.
  • 17C104_05
    The Mercedes-Benz Econic NGT being put through its paces by AWS Abfallwirtschaft Stuttgart. Technical Data: Euro VI M 936 G natural gas engine with a displacement of 7.7 l, 222 kW (302 hp), permissible GVW of 26 t, 3900 mm wheelbase.
  • 17C104_13
    Official handover of seven new natural gas Econic NGT waste collection vehicles in Stuttgart on 23 February 2017. From left to right: Peter Bauer, Head of Product Management Econic, Mercedes-Benz Special Trucks unit, Dirk Thürnau, Technical Mayor of the City of Stuttgart, and Dr Thomas Heß, CEO of AWS Abfallwirtschaft Stuttgart. Technical Data: Euro VI M 936 G natural gas engine with a displacement of 7.7 l, 222 kW (302 hp), permissible GVW of 26 t, 3900 mm wheelbase.
  • 17C104_07
    Seven natural gas-powered Mercedes-Benz Econic NGT waste collection vehicles demonstrate their environmental credentials, safety and efficiency in the demanding topography of the city of Stuttgart. Technical Data: Euro VI M 936 G natural gas engine with a displacement of 7.7 l, 222 kW (302 hp), permissible GVW of 26 t, 3900 mm wheelbase.
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