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Reviews new light truck starts in Europe - Fuso CANTER

18:46  06 august  2021
18:46  06 august  2021 Source:   auto-motor-und-sport.de

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The Daimler daughter Fuso brings the new generation of the light-truck CANTER to the start. From August, the new model can be ordered throughout Europe.

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About his Japanese commercial vehicle subsidiary Fuso, Daimler from August 2021 controls a new generation of the light truck CANTER for distribution traffic to the European market. The new Fuso Canter should point above all with its newly designed cabin, more comfort and improved security equipment.

Like its predecessor, the new Fuso Canter is in five weight classes (from 3.5 to 8.55 tonnes), with six wheels (2,500 mm to 4,750 mm), three motors (130 to 175 hp) and the three cabin variants standard, comfort and double cabin available. The standard cab is 1.70 meters wide, the other two versions drive in the two-meter format. New is the design option of the standard cabin as a right-hand drive, but is also the wheel level variant with 3,400 millimeters. Equipped with a new exhaust strand now fulfill all diesel drives fulfill the exhaust standard Euro VI - Step E. The purely electrically driven E-CANTER debuts in Japan at the end of 2022 and should then be available in Europe from the beginning of 2023.

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Modernized Design

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The new CANTER is characterized by a new and flat designed front. The area under the disc and the above the grille now appear as black surfaces. The grille itself carries a honeycomb structure. There are newly drawn headlights - optionally with LED technology - and a new front shooter with smaller fog lights. An improved insulation lowers the inner noise level, the enlarged windscreen increases the clarity.

More Safety For Surcharge

On the option list of the new Fuso CANTER is now also a turn-in assistant that warns the driver via radar sensors from moving objects and stationary obstacles on the passenger side. Further security equipment includes an ESP emergency brake system and a tracking warning. Against the consequences of rear accidents helps a reinforced underrun protection.

The production of the new Fuso Canter for the European market starts in December 2021 in the European Fuso plant in Tramagal, Portugal. It can be ordered from now on. The first models are delivered from the first quarter 2022.

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