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Cab, exterior
Arocs

Cab, exterior

Cabs for all requirements.

With its 2300 mm wide cab, the Arocs offers excellent overall visibility and simple, precise handling in all typical construction-related applications. The staircase-type entrance makes work easier, as does the ergonomic layout of the controls. In addition, L-cabs of 2500 mm in width are available for on-road- and comfort-oriented applications.

Advantages at a glance.

  • Cabs in robust design for construction use, with maximum headroom of up to 1.99 m
  • Two cab widths: 2300 mm and 2500 mm, three cab lengths:S-cabs: 1700 mm, M-cabs: 2000 mm, L-cabs: 2300 mm
  • Engine tunnel in two different heights with 2300 mm-wide cabs: 170 mm and 320 mm
  • Level floor: standard for 2500 mm-wide cabs, optionally also available for 2300 mm-wide L-cabs
  • Pivoting step, flexible in lengthways and crossways direction - standard for tippers and concrete mixers
  • Three-piece bumper with steel corners for protection from damage, particularly minor knocks
  • Roof handrail135 for firm grip when climbing up to check the load
  • Optional special protective features, e.g. for headlamps, radiator, engine, main tank

Roof handrail135The optionally available grab rail on the roof makes inspecting the tipper body more convenient and safer. The step integrated into the side wall or rear wall of the various cab variants provides a sure footing for doing so.

One look is all it takes to know where the Arocs belongs. From the pivoting entry which is flexibly suspended in both longitudinal and lateral directions, to the grab rail on the roof – every detail is designed precisely for the requirements of a construction site. This means maximum functionality in tandem with impressive robustness which is clearly visible in the ribbed exterior mirror housings261 and the radiator grille in bucket-tooth design. This is also tangible in the comfort cab suspension109, which eases the load on the driver even under great strain in off-road terrain including the three-piece bumper with steel corners. The steel corners protect the headlamps against damage.

For strong resilience the Arocs is equipped with particular protective features for special tasks. These include the protective plate for the radiator and engine242 that comes as standard on steel-sprung vehicles and the optionally available protective plate for the main tank. Steel grilles for the headlamps and a cover to protect the major components from bulk materials are also optionally available. The optional Road Construction package provides a further example of the Arocs's excellent adaptability to the job in hand. The Arocs is designed in the interests of avoiding needless damage and unnecessary repair costs.