BAS World's stock is huge. It consists of a wide range of Mercedes trucks. Including the most popular models such as the Mercedes Actros and Atego. Our team of experts thoroughly inspect each Mercedes truck before you can find it for sale on basworld.com. Want to know all the ins and outs about our Mercedes trucks? Then read on below.
At basworld.com, you will find many options when it comes to the chassis and body of a Mercedes truck. The possibilities are nearly endless. As long as you know what purposes the truck is to be used for. Are you planning to dump and transport heavy materials? Then a Mercedes tipper truck will definitely suit you best. Do you want to lift cargo in and out of the truck? Then choose a Mercedes crane truck, which is one of the better options. Other Mercedes truck superstructures are: concrete mixers, concrete pumpers, box trucks, sliding curtains or container systems.
Do you want to easy loading and unloading on the building site? Mercedes tippers always get the job done. Tippers are in fact equipped with a hydraulic system that allows the bucket to dump. All Mercedes tipper trucks are equipped with a PTO (power take off), which gives the hydraulic systems the power to unload heavy loads. Do you want to tip to the sides and the rear? With the Mercedes 3-way tipper trucks, that is possible.
BAS World's stock is very diverse. Besides bodies, we also offer Mercedes trucks in different models. Each is suited to a different situation. The most popular Mercedes models are:
In 1996, Mercedes introduced the Mercedes Actros as a replacement for the Mercedes SK at the IAA trade fair in Hannover. The Mercedes-Benz Actros is the heaviest model and focuses mainly on long-distance and exceptional transport. As such, these trucks are often assembled with a cargo box for containers, swap bodies or used as a tipper. Select this model in the filters to find the Mercedes Actros that fits your needs.
Introduced in 1998, the Mercedes Atego is the successor to the Mercedes-Benz LK. The Mercedes-Benz Atego is the lightest model and is especially suitable for distribution and short-distance transport. Therefore, this model is mainly available as a (closed) box truck or as a truck with sliding curtains. These superstructures are ideal for transporting goods to shops in towns and villages.
Are you looking for a truck suitable for heavy-duty work? That is exactly what defines the Mercedes-Benz Arocs. In 2013, Mercedes introduced the Arocs, designed for working on construction sites, making it the successor to the Mercedes Axor. Because the Arocs is designed for construction work, they are mainly available in higher configurations. This ensures that the truck does not slip on uneven and/or soft terrains.