FUEL CONSUMPTION

Hi-Way continues to impress

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TÜV, one of the leading European technical certification centres, has certified that the Iveco Stralis Hi-Way Euro VI, thanks to the innovative catalytic reduction system HI-eSCR, allows a reduction of fuel consumption of 2.33% compared to the previous Euro V version

This is an extremely important result, which translates into real savings for fleet owners and confirms the Iveco Stralis as a product with high added value and equipped with the most advanced technologies: a great solution for the transport business.

Thanks to the extreme efficiency of both engines and SCR catalytic reduction system (HI-eSCR), developed, patented and produced by FPT Industrial, the new Stralis range meets the limits set by the Euro VI standards without using EGR and therefore offers numerous advantages to Iveco customers: weight reduction, lower fuel consumption and increased durability.

The tests carried out compared the new Stralis Hi-Way tractor unit equipped with a 460 Hp Euro VI Cursor 11 engine with a similar vehicle of the previous generation equipped with a 460 Hp Euro V Cursor 10 engine, both in the EcoStralis version.

“Today's achievement - commented Lorenzo Sistino, Iveco Brand President - is another important result of the constant work carried out by Iveco to reduce fuel consumption. This commitment has already allowed the EcoStralis Euro V model to obtain the TÜV certification with a reduction in consumption of 7.32% compared to a standard model”.

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