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The Iveco Stralis X-Way is the crossover between the road-loving Stralis and the heavier duty Trakker. It is extremely lightweight – It tops the class in payload, which is vital in these on/off road operations. The X-Way Super Loader version on an 8×4 chassis developed for concrete mixer applications weights in at less than 8,845 kg. This best-in-class kerb weight was achieved through a number of design choices such as the redesign of the mechanical rear suspension, the chassis architecture and cross members optimisation, and the 400hp IVECO Cursor 9 engine, new front ‘1-leaf’ and rear ‘2-leaf’ springs, 800- Nm PTO without clutch and optional aluminium rims and air tanks. As with most Iveco trucks, the lineup is impressive with 2- and 4-axle models and an 8×4 tridem; artics and rigid. A choice of three engines (Cursor 9, Cursor 11, which is new on the 6×4 and 8×4 versions, and Cursor 13) and three transmissions (manual, Allison automatic and ZF Hi-Tronix 12- or 16-speed automated).
As a relatively new model, the Stralis X-Ways are few and far between. The model has lost the ‘Stralis’ part with the launch of the new S-Way in 2020 and will then be know as simply the X-Way. This means that the relatively short lifetime of the ‘Stralis’ version dictates that these pages will never be full of these trucks for sale.
In 2021 Iveco announced the replacement for the Stralis X-Way – simply called the X-Way to match the S-Way and T-Way ranges that replaced the Stralis and the Trakker.
Whenever a truck manufacturer reveals a new model, they will always produce reams of information about the design and benefits of the model year when compared to earlier versions. Unfortunately, over time, this information becomes superseded and confined to the truck maker’s archives, rather than their website. For this reason, at Truckpages, we like to publish the blurb in full so future buyers of these vehicles as used trucks in five or six years still have access to the information why the 2024 model year S-Way seen in the details below is better than the previous model and if it…
FCH Construction Services are experts when it comes to a wide range of pipe laying works and this tough mission requires some seriously rugged vehicles. When a hardy self-sufficient tipper capable of carrying and loading heavy cargo in confined spaces was required it joined forces with IVECO dealer AM Phillip Trucktech and The Thompson Group to design and build what must be one of the most bespoke IVECO X-WAYs in the country. The IVECO X-WAY 8x4 Tridem (AD350X46ZY/PS OFF) with rear-wheel-steer features a rear mount bucket crane and two-way tipper body and is powered by the Cursor 11 460hp diesel…
Hereford-based aggregate, concrete, and landscaping products suppliers Radbournes have increased their IVECO fleet over recent months by taking delivery of another 8x4 Stralis X-WAY tipper and one Eurocargo 4x2 tipper. Specified in ‘OFF’ configuration, they feature shallower, steel front bumpers and provide a greater ground clearance than X-WAY’s that can be ordered in either ON or ON+ Coinciding with Radbournes’ 40th anniversary IVECO forms the mainstay of its aggregates collection and delivery business as it moves away from its solus fleet with a competitor brand. The Radbournes name has become synonymous across Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Powys, and Worcestershire for providing a…
With local tipping work it’s all about payload, payload, payload. Alongside dealer service, Totnes, Devon-based Jeremy Bishop Haulage says that the extra payload the Iveco Stralis X-Way is giving them is the main reason for buying Iveco. L-R Will & Jeremy Bishop in front of their Iveco tipper fleet This means that the company has doubled its IVECO fleet by taking delivery of two Stralis X-WAY 26-tonne 6x4 tippers (AD260X42Z OFF) with Active Day (AD) cabs. The two 6x4s join the two 480hp Stralis X-WAY AD340X48Z OFF 32-tonne 8x4 AD-cab tippers which were delivered to the operator in May. How…