BAS World's stock is massive. It consists, for example, of a diverse collection of Iveco trucks. Including the most popular models such as the Iveco Trakker and Eurocargo. Our team of experts thoroughly inspect each Iveco truck before one can buy it on basworld.com. Want to know all the ins and outs about our Iveco trucks? Then read on below.
At basworld.com, you will find lots of different options when it comes to the chassis and body of an Iveco truck. The range of possibilities is nearly endless. As long as you know what purposes the truck will be used for. Are you planning to dump and transport heavy materials? An Iveco tipper truck is then definitely the most suitable for you.. Do you want to lift cargo in and out of the truck? Then choose for an Iveco crane truck. Other possibilities with Iveco are: refrigerated trucks, box trucks, concrete pumpers or concrete mixers.
A tipper truck is a perfect choice if you want to load, transport and unload heavy loads on construction sites. Iveco tippers are no exception. Tippers are equipped with a hydraulic system that allows the body to tilt. All Iveco tipper trucks are supplied with a Power Take Off (PTO), which gives the hydraulic systems the power to unload heavy loads. Easy tipping to all sides is possible with Iveco's 3-way tipper trucks.
In BAS World's stock, diversity abounds. Besides bodies, we also have Iveco trucks available in different models. Each is suited to a different situation. The most popular Iveco models are:
The Iveco Trakker was produced specifically for construction work. This model comes in all axle configurations, with 8x4 and 6x4 configurations being the most commonly chosen in practice. This is because they are then stronger on the ground and can handle rough terrain. An Iveco Trakker is available on BAS World mainly as a tipper truck.
The Italian brand Iveco started has been producing the Iveco EuroCargo since 1991 and is still in production. Although the EuroCargo is multifunctional, this model is still mostly used with a closed box as body. Lower configurations such as the 4x2 and 6x2 are most common with this model.
Introduced by Iveco in 2002, the Iveco Stralis model ceased production in 2019. Today, the Stralis is making room for newer models such as the Iveco S-Way and X-Way. The Iveco Stralis was designed for heavy and international transport on highways. Among other things, it could be used with a container system or as a truck combination.