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500
euro-6 tractor units

at the heart of the ROAD TRAnsport industry

POINT test

there can be only one winner!

the actros

500-point test 3

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By Colin Barnett
For the latest running of the Europe-wide
500-point test, the requirement was simple: 4x2 tractors
with medium-sized sleeper cabs. As always, all manufacturers were invited to attend, and almost all accepted. For
whatever reason, the only ones to decline were the two
Volkswagen brands, Scania and MAN.
As we’re probably still a decade or two away from a single European truck specification, the interpretations are as
varied as the menus in the staff canteens of the factories
that built the five trucks. The Renault is probably the most
closely related to its maximum sized stablemate, a fact reflected in it having the greatest internal width. Daf and
Volvo go for the approach of totally different cab designs
for their medium and large ranges, while Iveco and
Mercedes-Benz go for narrower versions of their mainstream models. Height-wise, only the Daf Space Cab is visibly taller in a line-up, a fact confirmed by the tape measure’s verdict on internal height.

Testing times: every
aspect of our five cabs was
thoroughly examined and
tested by our experts

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Images: Karl-Heinz Augustin

A Daimler Brand

For more information, visit www.mbtrucks.co.uk

In our latest 500-point test we put five of
the latest 4x2 tractors with medium-sized
sleeper cabs through their paces

4 OPERATIONS group test

Vehicle focus

500-point test 5

Daf CF440 Space Cab

Vehicle focus

Iveco Stralis Hi-Road 400

The Stralis Hi-Road cab is not exactly
new but such is the way truck press fleets
work it hasn’t had the exposure that its
full-sized Hi-Way sibling has enjoyed. This
is the first real opportunity outside of a
show stand to get a decent impression.
Although its floor is only a few inches
higher than the low-slung Daf and Volvo, it
takes an extra step to get aboard.
Once up, the first of those impressions is
that it seems bigger inside than it looks
from the outside and indeed, than the tape
measure says. The next is that Iveco’s
interior designers are still maximising the
value from the company’s previous
sponsorship of the All Blacks rugby team,
the silver fern influence is still apparent.
We doubt that anyone, even within the
company, will deny that on Ivecos of yore
the interior quality left something to be
desired. Over the years the interior has
improved with each new model update and
is now quite acceptable. It looks robust
and stylish but there still is a lot of hard
plastic. The top of the dashboard looks like

The Daf Space Cab is unique in that its
cab dimensions change according to
which engine is fitted. With the MX11
engine there are still two entry steps, which
provides benefits over the three steps fitted
when the MX13 engine is chosen. It was
smart of Daf to enter the lower-mounted
type into this test, which provides low entry,
better visibility and smaller blind spots.
The Daf has the greatest overall internal
height, about 150mm more than even the
best of its rivals. We reckon this is because
years of cycling have given the Dutch
longer legs than the rest of us.
A lot of storage space, at 844 litres the
second best, as well as a good bunk and
plenty of usable off-duty habitation space
impressed, as did the high-quality materials
and finish. The new dashboard with its clear
colour display scored high points, while the
easy operation of the on-board computer
and all the display settings was much
appreciated by the test team. We
particularly like the way the settings and
information can be clearly seen by those of

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us whose reading sight has diminished a
bit with age. Maybe it’s the influence of
those cyclists again, but the CF scores
extremely well in visibility and blind spots,
especially past the A-pillars.
While the 500-point cab test doesn’t
include the full range of on-road testing
seen in the full 1,000-point test, there is still
a dynamic element. The Dutch truck scored
the highest points for road behaviour and
steering, and actually rated the maximum
points available for its brakes, including its

carbon-fibre, which might be a nice
gimmick for some, but we prefer soft-touch
materials.
The dashboard information display is
very well done and the adjustment of the
mirrors is unique. Every mirror can be
adjusted electronically, even the wideangle mirrors.
The Stralis picked up many points for the
usability of its storage provisions, despite
their lack of dimensions, only to drop them

again on quality. Another points loser was
visibility, especially blind spots on the
passenger side.
Despite being an Italian truck, built in
Spain and tested in Germany, it has a
Dutch registration.
This gave the opportunity for one of the
test team to enjoy an extended drive,
which backed up the dynamic test results
that rated the Stralis well in the road
behaviour section. In fact, it outscored the
driving and steering of the Mercedes-Benz
and the Volvo, a surprise given their
positive perceptions.
Though not actually part of the test, we
have to take the opportunity to mention the
surprising way in which the little Cursor 9
engine performed with 400hp. The tiny, by
current parameters, six-pot proved well
capable of hauling the 40-tonne gross
weight, running very smooth and quiet.
However, nothing can hide the fact that
the Iveco is a “mature” design and even
the latest makeover was not enough to
earn it a high score.

very impressive engine brake. It also
scored near maximum for the overall
comfort figure, a combination of all noise
and vibration measurements.
The seats fitted to the test truck are the
very latest items and have a good range of
adjustment, compensating for the rather
limited range of steering wheel angle
adjustability.
The Daf didn’t really do anything badly,
although its score for access/storage was
hit by the minuscule external locker
aperture.
A combination of minor niggles with gear
changing and the other driving controls
added up to a below par rating in that
section. Otherwise, the Daf was rarely
judged to be average at worst.
This consistency saw the CF take second
place overall, although we had to refer to
tenths of a point to separate it from the
Renault.
That means the older design is still
rewarded more than the new Renault
Range T, and that is remarkable.

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6 OPERATIONS group test

Vehicle focus

500-point test 7

Mercedes-Benz Actros StreamSpace

Vehicle focus

Renault T 430 Sleeper

Renault could have sent the Range D Wide
cab, which is basically the old Premium
cab with a new grille. The reason the
French entered the new Range T Sleeper
cab makes sense. This is the truck for this
segment even though the cab is wider than
most of the other trucks, the full 2,500mm,
at the widest point of the tapered shape.
The dimensions obviously create the most
spacious cab, its internal volume of 8.29m3
contrasting with the 6.90m3 of the smallest,
the Iveco.
Naturally it scores highest in this
category, as it does in the access, cab
layout and storage sections. There is plenty
of storage space, the entry is very good
and the engine is very quiet. It easily has
the most headroom above the engine
hump.
As a home-from-home, the new Renault
is hard to fault. The sleeping arrangements
impressed in every respect, only beaten by
the Actros. Although quality and finish were
just about mid-stream in this company, it
actually outscored its Volvo cousin. The

If Mercedes-Benz can’t offer you an MP4
Actros cab that meets your needs, then
maybe you’re being a bit too fussy. For this
test, the local team chose the 2,300mmwide high-mounted StreamSpace cab from
its impressive inventory. The cab sits high
and really does justify its three-step entry.
In fact, the high access was a low point of
the Actros score gathering. In general
terms, access to the cab and external
lockers and in more detailed examination,
such as tilting the cab and fettling fuses
and electronics, a significant wodge of
points were squandered.
Inside, everything looks and feels good
and the high-quality materials fit very well.
In the quality category, it dropped just 0.2 of
a point from maximum. At driving level, the
feel is typically Mercedes, classy in a sober
way, but the decor is cleverly used to
delineate the non-working environment.
The high-mounted cab means there is
plenty of good storage space and there
are a lot of practical things on board.
Although it’s barely any larger than the

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Iveco in terms of calculated volume, its
space is well-considered and very usable.
For many a solo driver, the combination of
high quality lower bunk for sleeping and the
net hammock for storing is a good one and,
again, the Mercedes almost scored a clean
sweep in this section.
The dashboard display looks good,
although the functions of the on-board
computer are a bit confusing and
complicated. This didn’t prevent it gaining
another near full house in the gear-

driving position leaves the occupant in no
doubt as to what does what. Controls are
clear and well-positioned.
While the cab itself scores the highest
points in this test, the Renault loses on other
points. It came convincingly last for blind
spots and visibility.
The driving comfort and steering wasn’t
as highly regarded by the test panel as it
should have been.
The Renault is the newest model in this

test and still that is not enough to win. We
really do like the Range T. It’s so far ahead
of the worthy but characterless Premium
that it’s hard to believe it has any DNA in
common, a feeling that grows every time
we venture through its doors.
We like the clarity of thought that has led
to clarity of function, created by designers
who’ve obviously spoken to drivers.
But despite its many strengths,
surprisingly for a new product, it lost
enough in areas such as brake
performance and visibility to cost it what
could so easily have been the win.
It might be an unworthy thought, but we
can’t help but have a nagging feeling that
the people who make the grand plan for the
Volvo Group have a clear idea that its two
brands should have clearly differentiated
roles and that the Renault might just be
being held back from first dip into the
technology store.
For fans of Renault-powered motor
racing, it’s Red Bull compared with Toro
Rosso.

changing and controls section, dropping
just 1.4 points out of 45. Surprisingly, the
driving related points are low for the Actros.
The high cab feels the least precise to steer
and rolled more than the rivals, hence it
came joint-bottom of this admittedly
tightly-grouped section. The suspension
and the overall comfort were also rated low.
Not surprisingly for a company that’s
clearly at the forefront of introducing the
latest technology into the real world, the
Actros achieved a safety score second only
to the Volvo.
Safety is about more than mitigating the
effects of an accident though, and the
Mercedes’ clear class-leading visibility
should help to avoid a few before they
happen.
The Actros is not yet the perfect truck,
if indeed such a thing will ever exist for all
needs, but the things it does less well are
so heavily out-weighed by the things it
does exceptionally well that, overall, the
Actros is the clear winner of this test by a
convincing margin.

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8 OPERATIONS group test

Vehicle focus

500-point test 9

Volvo FM-450 Globetrotter LXL

And so we come to poor old Volvo,
forever destined to be at the far end of any
alphabetical arrangement of current
European trucks.
It doesn’t have to be last in the rankings,
though, as the much lauded FH proves.
The FM is a slightly different kettle of
rollmop herrings, its last facelift not really
doing quite enough to hide the fact that its
underlying architecture is getting on a bit.
When we look at the cab, the Volvo is
not the best. There is not much storage
space, even with the optional rear lockers
in place of an upper bunk.
The bunk was considered too soft,
taking a scoring hit, although it was just
beaten by the Actros to the title of largest
mattress by the smallest margin, and it has
a useful secure box to hand.
While the FM’s dash is dark and
businesslike, as in the Actros, its bunk
area is similarly clearly separated from the
office with much brighter and relaxing blue
and beige trim.
Surprisingly, the driving did not impress.

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Surprising because the FM was fitted with
the Volvo Dynamic Steering System.
On the narrow roads in the small villages
that formed the dynamic test route, the
steering was something we had to get
used to, and you can never find a hamster
when you need one.
Another surprise, given that it is
perceived as a compact cab, the FM
demonstrated the worst cab lean.
Better news is that the test truck had the
controls for the I-Shift transmission on the

dashboard, freeing up a welcome amount
of space on the engine hump.
If you’re into cosy driving positions, the
FM’s wrap-around dash and half-metre
high central floor is just for you. Others
may find it a bit much, though.
However, the FM had to excel
somewhere and this is a Volvo after all. No
surprise here, then, to discover the clear
winner in the safety category.
As well as a near-perfect score for
dynamic safety, the FM is fitted with the
optional FMX mirrors that give a much
better direct view. These mirrors are also
cheaper to replace, an important issue in
the distribution sector.
The sum total of all these highs and lows
is that the Volvo only managed fourth
place, but let’s end this summary of it on a
positive note.
If you value a bit of Nordic tranquillity,
you’ll appreciate the fact the sound level in
the FM cab is the lowest of all five trucks,
not only at 85km/h but also at full throttle
uphill.

Vital statistics

Overall results


Available points

Cab
Service

Daily checks 5.00

Cab tilting 2.00

Cab tilt controls 1.00

Access to fuses and electronics 2.00

Subtotal 10.00
Access
Grille 2.50
Cab 5.00

Door handles and openings 3.00

External lockers 3.00

Access to catwalk 1.50

Subtotal 15.00
Standard specification
Equipment 20.00

Subtotal 20.00
Storage compartments
Capacity 15.00
Practicality 7.00

Storage near driver 4.00

External storage 7.00

Under-bunk storage available 1.00
Under-bunk storage size and access 2.00

Bottle and cup holders 2.00

Secure storage 2.00

Open storage 4.00

Ticket/card holders 1.00

Subtotal 45.00
Cab dimensions

Dimensions measured 20.00

Subtotal 20.00

In the cab

Interior layout 10.00
Overview of dashboard/switches 20.00

Steering wheel adjustment 10.00

Seat adjustment 10.00

Subtotal 50.00

Bunks

Size and position 8.00
Upholstery 5.00

Access to bunks 3.00

Switches and compartments 2.00

Liftable back rest 2.00

Subtotal 20.00

In-cab quality
Finish 10.00
Materials 10.00

Subtotal 20.00

Section total 200.0

DRIVING

Driving Comfort
Suspension 20.00

In-cab noise level (85km/h) 10.00
In-cab noise level (other situations) 5.00

Wind noise 5.00
Vibration 5.00

Subtotal 45.00

Daf

Iveco

M-B

5.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
9.00

5.00
2.00
1.00
1.50
9.50

5.00
2.00
0.50
1.00
8.50

5.00
2.00
0.50
2.00
9.50

5.00
2.00
0.50
2.00
9.50

1.50
5.00
2.30
1.30
1.50
11.60

2.00
3.50
2.30
2.70
1.00
11.50

2.00
3.00
2.30
2.10
1.00
10.40

2.50
3.00
3.00
3.00
1.50
13.00

2.50
4.00
2.30
3.00
0.90
12.70

17.50
17.50

15.00
15.00

20.00
20.00

18.50
18.50

18.00
18.00

14.50
6.10
2.50
4.00
1.00
2.00
0.60
1.00
2.50
1.00
35.20

15.00
4.70
2.50
7.00
1.00
1.40
1.50
1.00
2.70
0.50
37.30

13.00
5.30
4.00
6.00
1.00
1.20
2.00
1.00
4.00
1.00
38.50

13.50
7.00
3.50
5.00
1.00
1.70
1.60
1.00
3.10
1.00
38.40

13.50
4.50
2.80
5.50
0.00
0.00
1.00
2.00
3.10
1.00
33.40

19.50
19.50

17.50
17.50

18.00
18.00

20.00
20.00

18.50
18.50

7.90
9.40
7.10
9.00
33.40

7.90
8.20
6.40
9.00
31.50

9.30
10.00
8.50
8.00
35.80

10.00
7.70
8.20
10.00
35.90

7.10
8.40
9.20
8.00
32.70

8.00
5.00
2.00
1.10
1.00
17.10

7.50
3.20
2.10
1.50
1.00
15.30

8.00
4.70
3.00
2.00
2.00
19.70

8.00
4.40
3.00
1.60
1.50
18.50

7.50
2.80
1.70
1.30
1.00
14.30

9.10
9.40
18.50
161.8

7.60
7.60
15.20
152.8

10.00
9.80
19.80
170.7

8.70
8.60
17.30
171.1

8.10
8.00
16.10
155.2

20.00
9.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
44.00

16.40
8.50
5.00
5.00
4.40
39.30

16.60
9.00
4.50
5.00
4.40
39.50

18.20
9.50
4.50
5.00
3.60
40.80

16.80
10.00
4.50
5.00
4.20
40.50

Renault Volvo

Iveco

Available points Daf
Heating and ventilation
8.00
8.00

Cooling ability 8.00
6.00
6.00
Adjustment 6.00
6.00
6.00
Quality 6.00
Subtotal 20.00 20.00 20.00
Road behaviour/steering

Steering stability 15.00 15.00 13.70
5.00
5.00

Cab lean 5.00

Road feel 15.00 14.90 14.60
Subtotal 35.00 34.90 33.30
Brakes

Service brake response 15.00 15.00 15.00
5.00
5.00

Service brake pedal position 5.00
8.80

Engine brake operation 10.00 10.00
Subtotal 30.00 30.00 28.80

Gear changing and controls
9.70

Manual shifting 11.00 10.20
6.00
6.00
Integration with speed/brake setting 6.00
5.00
5.00

Additional features 7.00
1.10
1.20

Fast reverse 2.00
2.00
2.00

Cruise control 2.00
3.00
3.00

Headlights, wipers, indicators 3.00
3.80
3.00

Windows, sun visors 4.00
1.30
1.50

Parking brake 2.00
1.20
1.20
Rear suspension height adjustment 2.00
1.50
1.50
Suzies 2.00
1.50
2.00

Curtains quality 2.00
1.75
2.00

Curtain opacity 2.00
Subtotal 45.00 38.60 37.85

Section total 175.0 167.5 159.3
SAFETY
Safety features available
2.00
2.00

Adaptive cruise control 2.00
1.00
2.00

Driver airbag 2.00
2.00
2.00

Lane guard 2.00
2.00
3.00

Emergency brake system 3.00
1.00
1.00

Lane change/blind spot assist 2.00
2.00
2.00

ESP (tractor) 2.00
1.00
1.00

Outside temperature warning 1.00

Engine brake/retarder 30.00 29.00 30.00
2.00
4.00

Other safety features available 6.00
Subtotal 50.00 46.00 43.00

Lights and visibility

Front and side visibility 50.00 46.50 46.00
Headlights 10.00 10.00 10.00
Subtotal 60.00 56.50 56.00
Safety belts

Safety belts 15.00 15.00 15.00
Subtotal 15.00 15.00 15.00

Section total 125.0 117.5 114.0
Total points 500.0 446.8 426.1
* Some figures have been rounded up for presentation purposes

M-B

Renault Volvo

8.00
6.00
6.00
20.00

8.00
6.00
6.00
20.00

8.00
6.00
6.00
20.00

14.00
3.90
14.50
32.40

15.00
4.10
14.50
33.60

14.30
3.30
14.80
32.40

15.00
5.00
9.50
29.50

15.00
5.00
8.60
28.60

15.00
5.00
8.60
28.60

10.70
6.00
7.00
1.90
2.00
3.00
4.00
1.50
2.00
1.75
2.00
1.75
43.60
165.0

10.80
6.00
5.00
1.30
1.00
3.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
1.75
40.85
163.9

11.00
6.00
5.00
0.90
1.50
3.00
2.90
2.00
1.90
1.50
1.75
1.75
39.20
160.7

2.00
2.00
2.00
3.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
29.00
5.00
47.00

2.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
29.00
4.00
44.00

2.00
2.00
2.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
29.00
6.00
49.00

48.50
10.00
58.50

42.00
10.00
52.00

46.00
10.00
56.00

15.00
15.00
120.5
456.2

15.00
15.00
111.0
446.0

15.00
15.00
120.0
435.9

1st – Mercedes-Benz Actros StreamSpace
2nd – Daf CF 440 Space Cab
3rd – Renault Range T 430 Sleeper
4th – Volvo FM-450 Globetrotter
5th – Iveco Stralis Hi-Road 440

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10 OPERATIONS group test

Vital statistics

Cab comparisons and dimensions
Daf


Cab comparisons

Driving position (mm)
Seat adjustment range – horizontal
Seat adjustment range – vertical

Steering wheel angle range
In-cab noise levels - dB(A)

Steady 85km/h

Steady 85kmh (open roof)

Acceleration to 50kmh (max)

Uphill, full throttle
Tickover

Visibility (m2)

A-pillar intrusion (driver)

A-pillar intrusion (pass)

Total

View to passenger side (m)

View forward (m)

Iveco

M-B

Renault

Volvo

240
160
15.4°

210+90
140
22.4°

240+60
140
33.8°

255
120
30.8°

230
115
27.6°

63.8
69.3
68.5
65.7
47.5

63.4
67.9
70.1
66.5
53.5

65.9
68.0
70.1
68.1
55.9

63.7
67.8
63.5
64.5
50.2

61.3
66.3
67.0
65.0
49.9

1.52
3.85
5.37
7.32
3.25

1.89
21.17
23.06
8.1
3.74

1.71
4.56
6.27
5.7
3.08

0.93
4.3
5.23
6.99
3.24

0.82
3.65
4.47
5.85
3.48

Daf
Iveco
M-B
Renault Volvo
Cab dimensions (mm)
1,300
1,525
1,430
1,245
Cab floor height 1,230
Cab step heights 435/385/ 400/325/ 400/375/ 410/340/ 450/385/
410
260/315 375/375 350/330
410
440
345
184
208
449

Engine tunnel height
1,678
1,670
1,871
1,661

Internal height above tunnel 1,776
2,012
1,848
2,081
2,054

Internal height – maximum 2,217
2,190
2,125
2,342
2,263
Internal width between windows 2,229
1,920
1,969
2,065
2,041

Internal width between doors 1,975
1,948
2,049
2,031
1,962

Internal length 2,047

Lower bunk dimensions 650x2,035 557x1,940 722x1,949 680x2,010 700x2,000
n/a 665x1,910 n/a

Upper bunk dimensions 690x2,060 680x1,830
1.32
1.16
1.41
1.35
1.41

Lower bunk (m3)
1.42
1.24
N/a
1.27
n/a

Upper bunk (m3)
8.01
6.90
7.08
8.29
7.44

Total internal volume (m3)

Storage (litres)
110
280
173
147
145

External storage (left)
n/a
170
150
73
110

External storage (right)
110
450
323
220
255

External storage (total)
196
80
118
174
65

Internal lockers front
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
198

Internal lockers rear
n/a
n/a
7
15
n/a

Drawers front
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a

Drawer under bunk
31
24
28
27
26
Fridge
318
105
n/a
70
n/a

Storage under bunk
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
16
Safe
n/a
21
n/a
n/a
n/a
Wardrobe
655
690
476
506
560*

Total storage




* 336 litres without rear lockers

Test verdict

COMMERCIAL MOTOR 8/1/15

Zero Tolerance
on Downtime
That's 55 minutes anywhere in the mainland UK. No exceptions. Plus 90% of vehicles
are repaired at the roadside. We stop at nothing to keep you moving.
For more information, visit www.mbtrucks.co.uk

The Daf and Renault almost tied for the
runner-up slot, the orange machine taking
the place by just 0.6 of the available
points. But not for the first time, the

winner’s rosette gets pinned to the
three-pointed star, purely as a result of the
German giant consistently doing
everything just that little bit better.

A Daimler Brand

We have to admit that the market for
narrow cabs escapes us slightly when
they’re mounted above full-width chassis
and wheel arches. Manoeuvrability is cited,
but the front bumper corners are in the
same place. Aerodynamics? Yes, the
frontal area is smaller, but most cabs sit in
front of a standard trailer or box body. Cost
then? Maybe, but the cost of engineering
200mm out of the middle of a full-width cab
probably outweighs the saving in materials.
Still, the market is what it is.
To win this kind of test, a truck has to be
many things. It has to be a home, an office
and a business tool, among others. None
of these fail overall, but some achieve the
necessary compromise better than others.
The Iveco quite simply shows its age too
obviously, while the fourth-placed Volvo
manages to hide its venerable status
rather better.

The Actros stands alone as winner
of the Europe-wide 500-point cab test
The Actros offers you exceptional fuel economy, outstanding reliability and unrivalled levels of driver comfort.
All backed by excellent service support.
For more information and to locate your nearest Dealer please call 0800 090 090 or visit mbtrucks.co.uk

A Daimler Brand

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