Development of the M.A.N HX 4x4 range of trucks was first announced in 2003 being a direct replacement for the British MOD's mid range 4x4 fleet of vehicles.
The HX60 is a good example of the merging of military and civilian ideas with the main drivetrain being based on the civilian TGA range of trucks producing the benefit of providing commonality of parts, the modular military cab is used on both the HX and the SX range.
The 326hp engine is positioned in the conventional way which is longditudinally between the chassis, whilst the radiator has been placed to the left hand side behind the cab the benefit being that it offers less risk of damage or contamination by mud thrown up by the vehicle whilst wading or crossing poor terrain.
Also by placing the radiator outside the confines of the engine bay or cab it permits the use of a larger radiator which is benefiticial when operating in more tropical zones.
With a 6,000kg capacity the HX range offers a better payload than their lighter capacity predecessor the Leyland DAF T244 and T45, it is also air portable via C-130 / C-17 or similar with little or no preparation.
These trucks use a ZF automatic transmission to provide 12 forward and 2 reverse gears making them a much more pleasant vehicle for the operator, the comfort of air conditioning has also been provided which is a huge benefit for operations overseas in warmer climates.
Released from the British Army for resale these trucks have already been purchased for use in some right hand drive countries for private use and it is hoped that they will be seen as ideal vehicles for use in humanitarian aid programs, food aid programs as well being considered as potential upgrades to outdated fleets of vehicles as operated by friendly country's to the UK and EU including:
Australia, Bermuda, Botswana, Cyprus, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Jamaica, Japan,
Kenya, Macau, Malaysia, Malta, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Singapore,
South Africa, Thailand, Uganda ,Zambia
If you are uncertain, start typing the country name into the box below and it will provide the details for the country selected
These trucks are available in quantity with sub 1,000km mileage, some with just a few 100kms which still have the plastic on the seats so they are as near to new as could be purchased and represent a tremendous saving on going to the Manufacturer and buying new.
Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles (RMMV)
MAN D0836 LFG50 326HP 6 Cyl Euro 4 (water-cooled)
|ZF Automatic AS 1210 ( 12 forward and 2 reverse gears )
|Right Hand Drive PAS (ONLY)
|Electronically controlled, dual circuit, air operated
Payload: 6 Tons
Steel leaf spring suspension
Seats: Driver and two crew air operated
Air Conditioned Cabin
Cab roof hatch
EBS & ABS braking system
(EVB) Exhaust valve brake
Hill start brake
Temperature and time display
Front and rear diff locks and interaxle lock
Rear Nato tow hitch, air fittings and lighting socket
New Spare wheel (only on unused trucks and some used trucks)
On board tyre inflation system
Heavy duty steel body fitted with tie down points and ISO container twist locks.
Length 14' width 7'5"
2x Side stowage tool boxes
2x Fire extinguisher boxes
Axle 1: 9,100Kg
Axle 2: 10,250Kg
Unladen weight: 9,200Kg
Body length: 5.1M
Fully wax oiled chassis
Australian Ministry of Defense, Bermudan Ministry of Defense, Cyprus Ministry of Defense, Hong Kong Ministry of Defense, Indian Ministry of Defense, Indonesian Ministry of Defense, Irish Ministry of Defense, Jamaican Ministry of Defense, Japanese Ministry of Defense, Kenyan Ministry of Defense, Macau Ministry of Defense, Malaysian Ministry of Defense, Maltese Ministry of Defense, Nepalese Ministry of Defense, New Zealand Ministry of Defense, Pakistan Ministry of Defense, Singapore Ministry of Defense, South African Ministry of Defense, Thailand Ministry of Defense, Mozambique Ministry of Defense, Zambian Ministry of Defense, Botswana Ministry of Defense, Ugandan Ministry of Defense
Fleet availability & Governmental orders
Private buyers of single trucks for personal use should contact us through the normal channels.