Some need it all the time, others never and many every now and then. We are referring to all-wheel drive for construction vehicles. As a specialist among construction vehicles, the Mercedes-Benz Arocs is as individual as the requests of its customers. This applies to its numerous axle configurations, engines and cabs, but to its drive system as well: Mercedes-Benz delivers it without all-wheel drive for predominant use on the road and in mild terrain, with on-demand all-wheel drive for terrain of medium difficulty and with permanent all-wheel drive for heavy-duty off-road use. The Arocs with Hydraulic Auxiliary Drive (HAD) now rounds out the product line-up as another variant. The term describes an especially ingenious hydraulic auxiliary drive of the front wheels for occasional off-road use. The Arocs HAD sets standards in its segment: it is powerful, lighter than an all-wheel-drive model, easy to operate, maintenance-free and has a long service life. It lowers fuel consumption and consequently protects the environment as the result of low emissions.
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