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Unimog U 4000  
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Origin: Germany
Corporations: Mercedes-Benz Military Vehicles
Parent System: Mercedes-Benz Unimog
Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Total Production: 150,000
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Description: The Mercedes-Benz Unimog is a family of 4x4, high mobility, tactical military truck systems. The Unimog trucks with a gross vehicle weight between 7,500 kg and 12,500 kg have been designed to transport payloads ranging from 4,000 kg to 7,500 kg in the most severe terrain and climate conditions. It can be airlifted inside the cargo compartment of fixed-wing tactical transport aircraft such as the C-130 and C-160. The steel semi-forward cab can receive additional armor plates for operations in combat zones or peacekeeping missions. Mercedes-Benz Military Vehicles has sold more than 150,000 Unimog trucks to over 80 armies worldwide.

The Unimog U 4000 is a 4x4 truck system available in short and long wheelbase versions with vehicle's length of 5.41 meters and 6.01 meters respectively. Their gross vehicle weight varies between 7,500 kg and 10,000 kg carrying a payload between 4,000 kg and 5,800 kg. Unimog U 4000 trucks are powered by a water-cooled OM 904 LA turbocharged direct injection diesel engine developing 130 KW and a top speed of 102 kilometers per hour on road. The engine is compliant with Euro 5 emissions or Euro 3 optionally.

Unimog U 4000 Applications

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Unimog U 4000 Specifications

Crew: 2
Wheel Drive: 4x4
Approach Angle: 41 �
Departure Angle: 44 �
Ground Clearance: 423 millimeter (16.7 inch)
Height: 2.72 meter (107 inch)
Length: 6.01 meter (237 inch)
Wheelbase: 3.85 meter
Width: 2.36 meter (93 inch)
Max Torque: 675 Nm (4,884 ft-lb)
Gradient: 100 %
Fording Depth: 0.80 meter (31.5 inch)
Turning Radius: 8.15 meter (26.7 foot)
Power: 130 kW (174 hp)
Top Speed: 102 kph (63 mph)
Fuel Tank Capacity: 180 liter (47 galon)
Cargo: 5,800 kilogram
Max Weight: 10,000 kilogram (22,046 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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