DAF Trucks * Australia - The new CF series
* Victoria - A Dutch treat fires up
--- DAF trucks have been on Australian roads for nearly 30 years, and owned by Kenworth parent company Paccar for the past 20... However, the Dutch breed lags significantly behind other northern European trucks such as Volvo and Scania, the brand has never made significant inroads into the Australian market... With the globalisation of the truck market, Paccar and DAF are using manufacturing efficiencies and streamlining specifications to meet market vocations around the world and as far as we are concerned, be better placed to target niche vocations in Australia where DAF is releasing its mid range CF series... The CF 510 with a 12.9 litre 510hp, 2500Nm of torque MX engine stretches the CF market suitability into the lighter end of intrastate B-double work, particularly distribution pocket B-doubles...
(Photo by Bruce Honeywill - The DAF CF85 is out to claim the intrastate market) -- Bayswater North, VIC, Australia - Big Rigs, by Bruce Honeywill -- 3rd. April 2017
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