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The CF75 sat in the middle of DAF’s CF middleweight truck range operating at 26 tonnes GVW as a 6×2 rigid primarily. Launched back in 1998 the truck was originally branded the 75CF and was part of a range overhaul at the time.
Prior to this there was the 75 and 85 series which were replaced by the 65CF, 75CF and the 85CF. The numbering was not related to power output or swept engine volume – suggestions on a postcard please.
The back to front numbering only lasted a couple of years as the 2000 facelift saw the CF75 arrive. In 2006 the Euro 4 version of the CF75 was launched – the most popular of these are the CF75.310 followed by the CF75.360 – many were day cabbed versions, but there are surprising numbers fitted with sleeper cabs.
Looking at the large numbers of CF75 trucks for sale on the Truckpages website, many were used for local distribution involving cranes and other brick grabs. The compact size means that the truck can access tough to reach places, yet still carry a decent payload plus the crane.
The CF75 became available with Euro 5 EEV as standard as early as 2008, but come the end of 2013, the CF75 was no more. It had been replaced by a simplified naming convention for the range. The 75 was dropped and the horsepower on its own was used. The CF75.360 simply became the CF360.
The earliest examples of the CF75.310 for sale at Truckpages are the trucks from the launch year of 2005.
These Euro 3 trucks were upgraded for the 2006 model year (sold in 2007) to either Euro 4 or Euro 5 & EEV (DAF went early on the Euro 5 option).
The CF75.310 was discontinued at the Euro 6 replacement year of 2014 and was directly replaced by the 7- litre PX-7 CF320 or the 11-litre MX-11 engine CF300 rated at 300hp or the CF340 rated at 340hp.
The CF75.310 used the 9.2 litre...
The 9.2 litre CF75.360 was not as well loved in the UK market as the larger 12.9 litre CF85.360. Whilst the cabs were identical, the additional torque available from the larger engine (1450Nm vs 1775Nm at lower revs) mad the CF85 a more popular choice.
The CF75 version was available as a tractor unit in the UK, but only as a 4x2 which represents a small percentage of the UK market. As a result, most of the 75.360 trucks were sold as 6x2 distribution trucks at 26 tonnes although you can...