Economical to the last drop: thanks to the further development of the driveline, standard efficiency systems and consumption-optimised motorisation, you can further reduce your operating costs with the MAN TGX EfficientLine 3. And because we know that fuel consumption makes up almost a third of your total expenses, our savings hero now uses up to 6.35% less fuel than its predecessor.
International comparison tests also confirm that with our MAN TGX EfficientLine 3, you don't need to worry today about the costs of tomorrow. Leave your competition behind when it comes to expenses and reap the benefits of the economy of our profit maximising truck. For an efficiency balance that will improve your overall balance sheet in long-haul transport.
An engine fit for our fuel-saving champion: high performance and extremely economical at the same time. The MAN D26 engine series for the MAN TGX EfficientLine 3 is available in three different engine sizes, up to 500 HP, and the multitude of innovations available can again save you almost 2 litres of fuel. The environment will also be grateful: optimised consumption, modern diesel particulate filters and our ingenious exhaust gas recirculation system ensure that emission levels always stay low. Of course, our six-cylinder common rail diesel also effortlessly complies with all Euro 6 standards – allowing you to drive up your profits efficiently and cleanly.
Thanks to our twelve-gear MAN TipMatic® automatic gearbox, you can take things down a gear when it comes to costs. It automatically recognises your truck's payload and slope conditions and optimises its gearshifting strategy based on this. Our cost-saving version FLEET is on offer for large fleets where drivers change frequently. It limits manual interferences, helping to avoid erroneous operation. Your benefits: minimisation of wear, a protected driveline and reduced fuel consumption. The MAN TGX EfficientLine 3 can really get into gear with the MAN TipMatic®.
|D2066||Displacement 10.5 l|
|235 kW (320 HP)|
|265 kW (360 HP), 1,800 Nm|
|Semitrailer||Chassis||3,600 mm||MAN TipMatic®|
|Gross train weight in t||EasyStart|
With our GPS-controlled MAN EfficientCruise® cruise control, you can save an additional 6% on your energy consumption. It proactively analyses the current load and the expected topography of the route and decides automatically on the perfect driving speed. In this way, the MAN EfficientRoll function allows you to optimise momentum on topographically variable routes, saving even more on fuel.
Defy the wind: you can save up to 5% on fuel with the aeropackage from MAN. Roof spoilers, side panels and side flaps decrease air resistance even further during the journey. The free space between the cab and the body is almost entirely closed off thanks to these additional panel elements. The result: an effective, aerodynamic air flow around the entire vehicle.
Your daily business will get much easier with us: We have managed to refine the MAN TGX EfficientLine 3 by using the lightest materials without compromising on stability. Whether it be an aluminium construction or lightweight plastics, with us you will never be carrying around too much weight. You can also save additional weight as the replacement tyre is no longer needed, meaning you can load up to an additional 500 kg payload.
The standard efficiency equipment that comes with our efficiency wonder is also available for all other TGX models, as well as the TGS and Euro 6c. Simply choose from one of the four EfficientLine 3 packages. We offer the ideal solution for every challenge; be that decreasing friction losses and air resistance, improving ancillary power requirements or ensuring a lower empty weight. Individual, according to your wishes. Discover an overview of the four EfficientLine 3 package options here:
*The aluminium compressed-air tank cannot be combined with the MAN TipMatic 12+2 gearbox or the compact battery box
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The Spanish trade publication ‘transporte mundial’ put it through a field test. They put the current vehicle models from three manufacturers through rigorous testing: the MAN TGX EfficientLine 3, the Volvo FH-500 and the Scania S500. The question: which model would get the best results in terms of fuel efficiency? The result: the MAN TGX EfficientLine 3 is way ahead when it comes to fuel efficiency.
We could have already guessed it: The MAN TGX EfficientLine 3 convinced the ‘transporte mundial’ team on the test course, with the lowest average consumption levels of all the vehicles they had tested to date.
The Spanish trade magazine also sent the Volvo FH-500 and, last but not least, the newly launched Scania S500 out onto the test route. The result of the three drives, which were under largely similar test conditions, showed that the MAN TGX EfficientLine 3 easily surpassed both competitors when it came to fuel efficiency (diesel and AdBlue fluid consumption).
The ‘transporte mundial’ test course is 912 kilometres long in total. The route ranges across elevations at sea level and those exceeding 1200 metres above it. The Spanish trade magazine sends every vehicle with a gross train weight of around 40 tonnes, including semi-trailers, on a test drive. The MAN TGX EfficientLine 3 broke the test course record for fuel efficiency at 27.9 litres per 100 kilometres. The MAN TGX also achieved by far the lowest value for AdBlue fluid consumption.
The demanding test proves it: You’re at least one car length ahead of the competition with us and our economical models.
(diesel + AdBlue fluid)
“ready for driving” (kg)
(diesel + AdBlue fluid)
|Length of test course:||912 km|
|Total train weight:||40,000 kg (Scania, Volvo), 39,800 kg (MAN)|
|Air temperature:||6-12°C (Scania), 3-17°C (MAN), 3-16°C (Volvo)|
|Wind:||Scania with wind on 2 out of 11 evaluation stages|
|Rain:||Scania with rain on 5 out of 11 evaluation stages|
|Elevation profile:||between 0 and 1241 m above sea level|