Iveco Eurocargo Trucks for Sale (207)

Used Iveco Eurocargos

An extremely popular truck in the UK, you will always find a great selection of used Iveco Eurocargos for sale here at Truckpages.

Iveco’s middleweight truck sits between their Daily and Stralis (now S-Way) models with the Eurocargo covering rigid trucks from 7.5 to 18 tonnes gross vehicle weight (GVW).

Used Iveco Eurocargo for sale
Typical Used Eurocargo Lineup

The key to the Eurocargo is its flexibility, you will find this workhorse configured for local urban deliveries, as a tipper in construction spec, a dedicated municipal spec for sweepers – you can even buy a 4×4 Eurocargo or one that runs on CNG!

The truck has a great heritage – starting off life in the UK as the UK-built Ford Cargo (for those of us with long memories) changing to the Eurocargo brand in 1991 and seeing production move to Italy in 1996.

The truck is still often seen as a ‘British Truck’ even though it hasn’t been built here for around thirty years, (the Ford Transit also shares this misconception).  The most British truck you can buy in the UK today at this weight range is the DAF LF that is assembled at Leyland – even though DAF is Netherlands-based, and US owned (PACCAR)!

Interested in reading more about Iveco as a company? Want to know more about the Eurocargo’s history?

More Eurocargo Details…>

Types
Rigid Trucks
Body
Box
Make
Iveco
Model
Eurocargo
Variant
75E16
Year
2013
Condition
Used
Area
London
Region
South East
Distance
2013c REG Iveco 7.5 Ton 20 ft boxvan with tuckaway tail/lift only 183000 klms Very Clean View more
Types
Rigid Trucks
Body
Box
Make
Iveco
Model
Eurocargo
Variant
75E16S, 7.5t, 20ft Box
Drive
4x2
Transmission
Automatic
Year
2014
Condition
Used
Euro level
Euro 6
Area
Birmingham
Region
West Midlands
Distance
Iveco Eurocargo 75E16, Euro 6, Automatic Gearbox, 20ft GRP Box Body, Rear Shutter Door,DEL 1000kg Column Tailift, Factory Fitted Immobiliser, Digital Tacho, CD Player, Electric Windows, Cruise Control, Excellent Condition.
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Types
Rigid Trucks
Body
Tipper
Make
Iveco
Model
Eurocargo
Variant
EEV 75E16
Transmission
Automatic
Year
2014
Condition
Used
Area
Birmingham
Region
West Midlands
Distance
IVECO EEV 75E16, 131588km, Insulated tipper, Chutes, Tow pin, Auto gearbox, 3 seats, Inspected ready to go, 14 Reg, To have new 12 months MOT.
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Types
Rigid Trucks
Body
Specialist
Make
Iveco
Model
Eurocargo
Variant
Eurocargo 75e17
Drive
4x2
Year
2001
Condition
Used
Area
Birmingham
Region
West Midlands
Distance
2001 IVECO CARGO 75E17 4×2 7.5 TON BOX View more
Types
Rigid Trucks
Body
Tipper
Make
Iveco
Model
Eurocargo
Variant
75E16 EEV
Drive
4x2
Transmission
Manual
Year
2012
Condition
Used
Area
London
Region
South East
Distance
Choice of 4 2012 IVECO 75E16 EEV 4×2 Tipper, Charlton Steel Body, 2 Tar Shoots, Manual, Low Mileage, ú7,500 Plus VAT 2010 IVECO 75E16 EEV 4×2 Tipper, Charlton Steel Body, 2 Tar Shoots, Manual, Low Mileage, ú5,500 Plus VAT... View more
Types
Rigid Trucks
Body
Box
Make
Iveco
Model
Eurocargo
Variant
75E16 S
Drive
4x2
Transmission
Automatic
Year
2016
Condition
Used
Euro level
Euro 6
Area
London
Region
South East
Distance
IVECO 75E16 – 2016 (16) – EURO 6 7.5 ton GVW 20ft Box body 1000 kgs Del T/away tail lift Roller shutters rear Day cab / dual passenger seat Auto gear box First Reg: 31.03.2016 MOT expiry October 2020...
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Types
Rigid Trucks
Body
Flatbed
Make
Iveco
Model
Eurocargo
Variant
75E-160
Drive
4x2
Transmission
Automatic
Year
2013
Condition
Used
Euro level
Euro 5
Area
Birmingham
Region
West Midlands
Distance
THIS VEHICLE IS FITTED WITH A PURPOSE BUILT 21.4FT BODY – COMPLETE WITH TWO DROPSID-SIDES AND ONE AT THE REAR – THIS IS AN EX PLC VEHICLE – ONE OWNER – IMMACULATE THROUGHOUT AND READY FOR WORKCONTACT OUR SALES...
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Types
Rigid Trucks
Body
Beavertail
Make
Iveco
Model
Eurocargo
Variant
75E-160
Drive
4x2
Transmission
Automatic
Year
2014
Condition
Used
Euro level
Euro 5
Crane
Yes
Area
Birmingham
Region
West Midlands
Distance
IVECO 75 E162014 14 REG -FITTED WITH 21FT BEAVERTAIL BODY -FITTED WITH HIAB 066 CRANE WITH 2 EXTENSIONS -ONLY 48 – 009 KMS RECORDED -IN IMMACULATE CONDITION -┬ –
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Types
Rigid Trucks
Body
Curtainsider
Make
Iveco
Model
Eurocargo
Variant
EUROCARGO 180E25
Transmission
Automatic
Year
2015
Condition
Used
Area
London
Region
South East
Distance
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Types
Rigid Trucks
Body
Gritter
Make
Iveco
Model
Eurocargo
Variant
EUROCARGO 180 E25
Drive
4x2
Year
2009
Condition
Used
Euro level
Euro 6
Area
Gloucestershire
Region
South West
Distance
CUTHBERTSON GRITTER TYPE 6M3PMG INCAB CONTROLS.SNOW PLOUGH ATTACHMENT AND PLOUGHING LIGHTS.ELECTRIC WINDOWS / CRUISE CONTROL / ENGINE BRAKE, COLOUR SAFETY CAMERA.EURO 5.6 CUBIC METRES
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The Current Eurocargo Range

Eurocargo Model Naming

Firstly, let’s go through some detail to help to understand the model designations.  Keeping it simple, the Eurocargos models are made up of three parts:

  1. Gross Vehicle Weight:
  • 75 = 7.5 tonnes
  • 120 = 12 tonnes
  • 180 = 18 tonnes
  1. The middle letter denotes that it is a Eurocargo (E)
  2. The power in PS (Close enough to HP)
  • 16 = 160PS (hp)
  • 18 = 180PS (hp)

So, the model looks like: ‘75E16’ is a 7.5 tonne Eurocargo with 160hp

Sometimes you will see the model prefixed by ML – this is the range ‘Medium Light’ and the MLC is the Day cab, the MLL is the sleeper cab.  You may also see a letter after the ‘75E16’ which denotes the version of the truck.

  • K = Tipper configuration (Kipper is Tipper in German)!
  • D = Crew Cab
  • W = 4×4
  • RSW = Sweeper Spec.

The final piece of the model naming jigsaw is the suspension type.  If there is a final suffix to the model of:

  • /P = rear air suspension (Posteriori in Italian in case you were wondering)
  • /FP = front and rear air suspension (even though Italian for front is anteriori)?

To top all of this off- Iveco have decided to change the way the models appear on the cabs.  Gone is the ‘E’ for Eurocargo – this is now replaced by a ‘-‘ and the 19 has turned into 190!

Eurocargo model numbers
It’s all in the numbering – here’s an ML75E19 (can only guess at the other bits)

Why buy a Eurocargo?

There are plenty of truck operators across Europe who are convinced of the Eurocargo’s capabilities.  Iveco’s Eurocargo is the market leader across Europe at the middle weight range.

Simple Euro 6 Technology

Part of this appeal may come from the simplicity of the truck’s exhaust treatment system to clean emissions to Euro 6 D standard.  All other trucks use a combination of Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) and Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), whilst the Eurocargo is alone in simply using the SCR system. Iveco have branded this system Hi-SCR.

This means that there is one less thing to go wrong and that the truck only needs a passive diesel particulate filter, (DPF).  This is important for local operation, as an active filter has to be operated at high temperatures, (typically those seen at motorway speeds) in order to burn off deposits in the filter.  If this is not possible (in local, urban duty cycles) then the truck has to heat it up using a forced regeneration.  This is noisy, uses fuel and wastes time.

Huge Range of Options

You will find crew cab, day cab and sleeper cab Eurocargos for sale, with Tector engine choices from 160hp to 320hp from the 5-litre and 7-litre engines. The Eurocargo is available in 11,000 factory versions, resulting from the combination of its product variants: 4×2 and 4×2, 14 gross vehicle weight levels and seven power outputs, 12 gearboxes, 15 wheelbases and three types of cab with two roofs – in addition to a wide range of suspension systems, axle ratios, axles and PTOs.

Larger Eurocargo Specification Matrix
Larger Eurocargo Specification Matrix
Smaller Eurocargo Specification Matrix
Smaller Eurocargo Specification Matrix

Eurocargo Model History

Iveco’s middleweight truck has had a long and impressive history.  There are hundreds of thousands of these trucks running around Europe in many shapes and sizes, carrying out a huge range of roles, from fire truck to tipper, fridge truck to road sweeper.

Starting at 7.5 tonnes GVW in the UK, the Eurocargo is the main competitor to DAF’s LF for the mainstay of the important ‘under the weight’ market, (able to drive on certain car licences).  The range covered by the Eurocargo goes up to just 18 tonnes GVW – if you want a 26 tonner then you’ll need to go for the larger, heavier Stralis (S-Way) cab

Popular in the UK partly because of its history – it used to be made in the UK when it was owned by Ford – but also because it is a well-priced, well put together truck.

So which model should you buy?  There have been a number of facelifts over the years, so you don’t want to make the mistake of buying the last of a model year series when you could buy the facelifted version for not much more…

1991 – Launch of Eurocargo

Originally stemming from the Ford Cargo in the UK, the Eurocargo brand as we know it started back in 1991 – still made in the UK at the time.  Not many of these trucks around in the UK – they would be collectors items only.

1997 – Launch of Second Generation Eurocargo

Again, not high on the UK truck buyer’s shopping list, demonstrates the truck’s heritage.

2001 – Launch of Eurocargo Tector

The Tector brand for engines remains today – often confused as a Tector rather than a Eurocargo thanks to the huge badge on the front.

2003 – Launch of Third Generation  Eurocargo Model Year 2003

Modern looks for the 2003 model year

2006 – Introduction of Euro 4 and Euro 5 models

Iveco, like most European truck manufacturers more or less went straight to Euro 5 for these middleweight Eurocargos.

2008 – Fourth Generation Eurocargo Euro 5

A much-revised front end facelift saw similar Euro 5 engines to the earlier model.  Check out more information from launch here.

2013 – Launch of Euro 6 Eurocargo

Looking similar to the 2008 faclift, this time the Eurocargo gets engine changes.  Meeting the Euro 6 standard is not easy, but Iveco manages it using SCR only.  No complex EGR systems, just a dosage of Adblue. To review the launch information click here.

2015 – Launch of Fifth Generation new design current Eurocargo

The truck received a striking facelift – now matching the appearance of the Daily range with a ‘smile’ on the front.  Angular looks make the truck stand out in a fairly bland crowd.  Iveco are to be applauded in having a go and making the truck unique. To read more about the current model, viee our Iveco Eurocargo hub page where you will also find tonnes of Eurocargos for sale.

Check Out the Eurocargo in Film

Check Out Iveco’s External Features and Vehicle Care Video for the Eurocargo

Take a look around the inside of a 2015 Model Year Eurocargo

View a typical Eurocargo-example-spec-sheet


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