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Unimog scoops OFF ROAD reader prize 2017.

Diverse range of applications convinces jury of readers.

The readers of OFF ROAD magazine have voted: and the Mercedes Benz Unimog has prevailed against the competition again in the "Special-purpose vehicles" category. This is the thirteenth time in a row that the versatile, special-purpose off-road vehicle has topped the podium.

Convincing result thanks to convincing performance.

When asked to choose the off-road vehicle of the year from a selection of 135 different models, an impressive 31.4% of OFF ROAD readers nominated the Unimog, making it the clear winner. The Unimog has now topped its class a record-breaking number of times in this poll which was first carried out back in 1982.

Eye-catcher at the award ceremony: The Unimog U 4023 with camper body.
Rolf Trampert (left), Head of Sales Germany, Austria, Switzerland, is pleased about the "Off-Road Vehicle of the Year" award for the Mercedes-Benz Unimog.
Charming: The Mercedes-Benz G-Class also came to this year's Off Road Award. Photos: Christian Nordström
Eye-catcher at the award ceremony: The Unimog U 4023 with camper body.
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The result underlines the consistently high and convincing quality of the Unimog - quality which has been the cornerstone of the all-rounder's excellent reputation for decades now. The latest model generation of the Unimog also scores highly with a series of prizeworthy selling points.

  • Multifunctional:
    Unimog vehicles are indispensable when it comes to demanding special-purpose applications in off-road terrain. In forestry, in disaster control, on construction sites or in the fire services – the Unimog is a vehicle you can rely on.
  • Cost-effective:
    Thanks to cutting-edge engine technologies with BlueEFFICIENCY Power, the Unimog not only complies with the Euro VI emissions standard but is also particularly easy to maintain and, despite the powerful drive system, delivers impressively low consumption figures.
  • Powerful off-road:
    With its short wheelbase and automated transmission, the Unimog uses its strengths to the full in extreme off-road terrain with sharp drops and narrow gaps. When it then returns to tarmac roads, the tyre pressure control system ensures effortlessly superior on-road driving at speeds of up to 90 km/h.
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