The IVECO Eurocargo is a leader in its category, with a wide range of configuration options. For example, you can find new and used Eurocargo box trucks, Eurocargo trucks with cranes, and fridge and isothermal Eurocargo trucks. In terms of size, these trucks start at a lightweight 7 tonnes GVW and go all the way to 18 tonnes. Eurocargo is sometimes referred to as the IVECO Cargo or even the IVECO Ford Cargo, but the union between the two companies ended in 2002.
Many truck buyers and sellers refer to the Eurocargo as the model number, such as IVECO 75E18. This refers to the GVW (75 is 7.5 tonnes) and the engine output in BHP (180 in this case). There are multiple weight variants available with six different engine outputs from 160hp to 300hp and up to 1,050 Nm of torque.
It’s possible for any one of 13 different gearbox to be fitted to the Eurocargo. Three are fully automatic, three are automated, and seven are manual. The Eurocargo is available in three cab configurations: day cab, sleeper cab, and the seven-seater Eurocargo crew cab. Also consider the choice of wheelbases and roof heights, and you can understand why there are at least 11,000 different variations possible for the IVECO Eurocargo.