The Atego
Buying your Truck

The Atego

Reliable. Robust. Ready.

Reliable, robust and efficient – the Atego is the perfect partner for your light-duty distribution challenges. The robust design and manufacture by Mercedes-Benz Trucks means you can trust that reliability comes as standard. Euro VI engines and optimised aerodynamics are just a few features that make the Atego exceptionally fuel-efficient. With a choice of application-specific vehicle configurations to suit almost every requirement and sector, the Atego is one of the most versatile trucks on the market.

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With flexible finance from Mercedes-Benz Finance, the Atego 816 curtainside is available from £279* a week including R&M with a £3,627 advance rental. 

T&Cs: *BUSINESS USERS ONLY. Weekly equivalent for illustration purposes only, monthly rentals apply at £1,209 a month. 48 months on Contract Hire including VED.  Tail lift optional extra.  50,000kms pa. Charges may apply. Rentals ex. VAT at 20%. No ownership   Subject to availability. Credit approvals by 30/06/22.Mercedes-Benz Finance, MK15 8BA.

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Richard Lee, Cook

“Reliability is the single most important factor we look for in a vehicle. Mercedes-Benz Trucks build a top-tier product, one that combines engineering quality with competitive running costs and market-leading safety features.” 

David Urquhart, Urquhart Joinery Services

“One thing that hasn’t changed, is our choice of truck. Our previous Atego has proven over the past seven years to be impressively rugged and reliable. When we stood it down it had more than 300,000km on the clock, but still looked smart and had never let us down. We’ve tried other makes of trucks in the past, but none came close in terms of quality.” 

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Mark Prosser, M J Prosser

“We’ve remained loyal to the Mercedes-Benz Atego over the last 20 years because it’s such a reliable and durable truck. I typically swap them out after seven or eight years, but I know that if I need to run them for longer I can safely do so, because they’ll just keep going for as long as it takes.”