Mercedes eActros Trucks for Sale (1)

The all-electric, battery powered eActros hit the UK’s streets in May 2022 – albeit in very small numbers initially. Aimed at short-haul distribution, the eActros is available as a 4×2 or 6×2. Since they are battery-powered they are permitted an extra tonne on the gross vehicle weight, making them 19 or 27 tonnes GVW. With a maximum range of 250 miles for the four battery pack version of the 27-tonner, there is a choice of battery packs depending on the range required by the truck buyer. If you are looking for silent operation then you should take a serious look at these trucke – they produce only half the noise of a diesel truck.

These are the pages that will contain the offers of the all-electric Mercedes eActros when they become fully available for sale. From launch in May 2022 customers have to go to Mercedes-Benz directly and cannot even buy through a dealer.  This will change and eventually the battery electric...
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Mercedes Trucks to Unveil eActros LongHaul Electric

The battery-electric eActros LongHaul long-distance truck will be Mercedes-Benz Trucks’ trade show highlight at this year’s IAA Transportation in September in Hanover. The manufacturer announced the 40-tonne truck in 2020 and will present the “concept prototype” exactly two years later for the first time. The eActros LongHaul to be shown at IAA provides a preview of the design theme of the series-production vehicle. The tractor unit is also part of the eActros LongHaul test fleet. The first prototypes are already undergoing intensive testing and the eActros LongHaul will be tested on public roads this year. In the coming year, near-production…

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500Km Range Mercedes eActros LongHaul Available in 2024

Following the market launch of the eActros for heavy-duty distribution transport in 2021, Mercedes-Benz Trucks is pressing ahead with the introduction of additional battery-electric models for this and coming years. For the important long-haul segment the eActros LongHaul, with a range of around 500 kilometres on one battery charge, is scheduled to be ready for series production in 2024. The first prototypes of the 40-tonne truck are already undergoing internal tests and Mercedes-Benz Trucks’ engineers are planning to start trials of the e-truck on public roads this year. The eActros LongHaul will enable high-performance charging – so-called “megawatt charging”. Mercedes-Benz…

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Mercedes Trucks Updates MirrorCam System

Mercedes was the first to launch series production of MirrorCam back in 2018 – it was the first mirror camera system for trucks. A MirrorCam truck no longer had traditional main and wide-angle mirrors. Instead, it had a system consisting of two cameras attached to both sides of the roof frame as well as two portrait-format monitors attached to the A-pillars in the cab, together with the corresponding controls in the driver’s cab. A conscious decision was made to use two equally sized, 15-inch monitors on the driver’s and front passenger's sides. This is because the larger the image of…

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Form a Queue – UK Sales of Mercedes All-Electric eActros Start Now

You can’t order one from your local dealer yet, operators will have to go directly to Mercedes-Benz to place an order with an ‘eConsultant’ – who report to an ‘eConsultancy Manager’. However, the Mercedes truck dealers are not being left out of the ‘e’ revolution as they can become ‘eTruck-ready’. With an extra one-tonne GVW to play with, the eActros comes in 4x2 (19 tonne) or 6x2 (27 tonne) guise. The trucks are aimed at those engaged in heavy-duty, short-haul distribution, as the range is up to 249 miles (400 km). These numbers are achieved not on the road, but…

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