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- Main article: Mercedes-Benz
Part of Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz trucks is one of the world's largest manufacturer of trucks under various brands. Trucks have been built under the Freightliner, Master Motors, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi Fuso, Sterling (discontinued) and Western Star brands.
Daimler trucks were first produced in 1886.
Currently trucks are produced in Brazil, Germany and South Africa. A joint venture with Kamaz is underway and will soon be producing trucks, and a new plant is under construction in India, formerly a joint venture with Hero.
The 2010 range of Mercedes-Benz trucks consists of: 
- Mercedes-Benz Accelo 9 15 C - medium duty
- Mercedes-Benz Atego — (1998-current) light truck from 7 to 16 tonnes
- Mercedes-Benz Axor — (2001-current) mid-sized truck from 18 to 26 tonnes in rigid and articulated
- Mercedes-Benz Actros — (1996-current) heavy duty rigid and premium articulated — 18 to 250 tonnes
- Mercedes-Benz Atego 2425 - heavy duty
- Mercedes-Benz Econic — low floor version of the Axor for refuse and specialist applications
- Mercedes-Benz Unimog — for special purpose applications and transport across extreme terrain
- Mercedes-Benz Zetros — off-road truck for extreme operations
- Specialised models
- 1828L (F581) Mobile Casualty Treatment Centre
- 1517L Mobile Casualty Treatment Centre
- Mercedes-Benz NG-series
- Mercedes-Benz LK-series (1984-?)
- ? - add models here
References / sourcesEdit
- based on a wikipedia stub
|Benz trucks, 1900's > date|
|Pre WW One||list early models here|
|1919 - 1945||list early models here|
|1945-2000||Mercedes-Benz Actros - list models here|
|Post 2000 - Current||Mercedes-Benz Actros - Mercedes-Benz Atego - list models here|
|Light Commercial & vans||Mercedes-Benz Sprinter - list models here|
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