The Unimog U500 Truck 2005 is a powerful and versatile workhorse designed to tackle just about any job you could throw at it. Constructed with a robust, reliable and robust frame, the Unimog U500 can handle a wide range of terrain and driving conditions with ease, making it an excellent choice for both personal and commercial use. The U500 features a five cylindered Mercedes-Benz OM 926LA turbo diesel engine, delivering impressive performance with an output of 150kW/204Hp and an impressive torque of 760Nm. It sports an ergonomic cabin with plenty of room for occupants and storage and has an impressive off-road capability with four wheel drive, variable speed shifting, a tiltable steering wheel for optimum handling and flexibility. For suspension, the U500 accommodates independent suspension all-round with double wishbones, coil springs and anti-roll bar with three-way shock absorbers. To ensure best traction, the U500 comes with as standard, an electronically controlled differential lock. Further, the U500 is powered by an Allison automatic gearbox with selectable drive modes such as off-road, snow, tow, and trailer, all of which add to the vehicle's impressive off-road capability. Safety is also ensured with anti-lock brakes, driver and passenger airbags, a tire pressure monitoring system and an air conditioning system. Overall, the Unimog U500 Truck 2005 is one of the most capable and reliable off-road vehicles that can handle any job you put it through with ease, reliability and power.
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