When it comes to protecting human lives and property from flames and smoke, quality and performance are an absolute must. In a fire-fighting vehicle, the powertrain and chassis need to provide excellent acceleration, braking and stability – making sure experts reach the scene of the emergency quickly and safely.
|1933 A||2933 A||3343 A||4043 A|
|Gross vehicle weight (t)*||19||29||33||40|
|Engine types||In-line 6||In-line 6||In-line 6||In-line 6|
|Emission classes||Euro 3||Euro 3||Euro 3||Euro 3|
|Gearboxes (speeds)||Manual (9); Automatic (6)||Manual (9); Automatic (6)||16||16|
A perfect fit for fire and rescue demands.
High engine performance providing excellent acceleration, the drum braking system, a manual or fully automatic gearbox combined with chassis fording abilities – all together make the Zetros a powerful ally for emergency operations, even in extreme road and weather conditions.
Roomy cabs for crew and equipment.
The spacious Zetros cab provides key advantages to drivers in emergency situations. Easy access due to lower floor height, crew safety thanks to behind-engine cabin design, a low roof allowing free movement of ladders, and plenty of room inside the cabin – all this makes the bonnet-type Zetros ideal for fire and rescue operations.