The Unimog 1650 Truck 1996 is a heavy-duty, multi-purpose vehicle that is hailed as a legend in the off-road truck category. This vehicle has a powerful engine that is capable of pushing out a maximum of 115 hp, giving it excellent performance and the ability to take on even the most demanding terrain. It comes with a 5-speed transmission, four-wheel drivetrain, and 1650cc direct-injection diesel engine, giving it the capability to run and stop on any kind of surface. The truck is also well-equipped with a range of special features such as a stainless steel fully-boxed chassis, adjustable leaf spring suspension, an ergonomically designed cab, and an optional hydraulic winch system. An impressive part of this vehicle is its rugged and durable body construction, which is made of galvanized, sheet steel panels for maximum protection. It also has a high clearance height that allows it to easily cross any kind of obstacle, from gulleys and river crossings to sand dunes, and can carry an impressive load size of up to 2,500kg. The Unimog 1650 Truck 1996 also includes numerous comfort features such as removable side panels, an enclosed cabin with soundproofing, adjustable drivers seat, and a multimedia system. This vehicle also includes additional safety features such as antilock brakes, central locking, and an alarm system. Overall, the Unimog 1650 Truck 1996 is an incredibly reliable and powerful 4x4 off-road vehicle that is capable of tackling different off-road challenges with ease. It is perfect for anyone looking for a heavy-duty off-road machine to take on any adventure
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