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 4×2 which represents a small percentage of the UK market. As a result, most of the 75.360 trucks were sold as 6×2 distribution trucks at 26 tonnes although you can find examples as 8×4 tippers or 4×2 rigids with drawbar couplings. Cabs a choices of day, sleeper or high roof Space cab.
The CF75.360 was replaced by the 11-litre MX-11 CF370 at Euro 6 at the end of 2013.
For a truck with more oomph, the CF85.360 was the truck of choice, whilst the lower output of the 310hp CF75.310 was by far and away the truck of choice across all applications.