• Stuttgart/Bamberg, Aug 24, 2011 - It’s dependable: the Atego with permissible gross vehicle weight of 6.5 to 16 tonnes is a machine you can rely on. The vehicle’s outstanding manoeuvrability and compact external dimensions have also proven their worth in stone restoration capacity. Narrow alleyways in historic town centres are no problem for this all-rounder – and these are also the impressions of the Bamberg-based stone restoration company Steinerestaurierung Bauer-Bornemann GmbH.
  • Stuttgart, Aug 18, 2009 - More than 2,600 Mercedes-Benz Atego medium-duty trucks with the automatic engine start/stop system were sold in the first half of 2009. That corresponds to a sales increase of about 1,500 units or 130 percent compared to the total recorded in all of 2008. In Germany alone, 2,000 Mercedes-Benz Atego trucks with engine start/stop system were sold; an increase of 1,100 trucks or more than 110 percent compared to the sales for all of 2008.
  • Stuttgart / Wörth am Rhein, Jun 10, 2008 - Hubertus Troska, head of Mercedes-Benz Trucks, handed over Mercedes-Benz Atego number 250,000 to Mr. Krzysztof Kozaryn, owner of the Polish company Kozaryn, in Wörth yesterday.
  • Stuttgart, Jan 29, 2008 - Deutsche Post World Net is the first logistics company in Europe to trial hybrid trucks in its operations. The go-ahead for the largest fleet test in the company’s history was given on January 29, 2008 during the World Mobility Forum in Stuttgart. Andreas Renschler, member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and Head of Daimler Trucks, today handed over the first two vehicles, a Mercedes-Benz Atego BlueTec Hybrid and a Mitsubishi Fuso Canter Eco Hybrid, to Deutsche Post World Net.
  • Stuttgart, Sep 28, 2007 - As a highly versatile distribution vehicle, the Mercedes-Benz Atego has to deliver its cargo in inner-city areas. It is therefore all the more important that, like its “big brothers” the Axor and Actros, it is now already available with Blue-Tec 5 technology. Compared with today’s Euro 4 emissions standard, this means a further 43% reduction in nitrogen oxide emissions (NOx). Thanks to the new Blue-Tec diesel technology, the Atego’s emissions of particulate matter have now also been slashed dramatically.