There's a MERCEDES BENZ ANTOS Service Manual PDF above the page.
The Mercedes-Benz Antos family debuted in September 2012 at the IAA Commercial Vehicles Motor Show in Hanover.
It will replace the current Axor model range with a gross weight of 18 to 26 tons (or up to 40 tons in the version of the tractor and semi-trailer).
All Antos trucks are equipped with ClassicSpace cabins with a width of 2.3 m, which can be short (S) or medium (M).
The medium-length cab is also available in the low-roof version of the CompactSpace for trucks with refrigeration units.
The model range of the new family includes both chassis for the installation of specialized bodies and refrigerators, and tractors, with 67 wheelbase options with a distance between the axles from 2650 mm to 6700 mm.
All safety systems available on the Actros will be switched to Antos, including electronic EBS disc brake control, engine brake, ABS, ASR and stabilization system.
The latest generation of Active Brake Assist is able to fully apply the truck's brakes to a complete stop when stationary objects are detected on the trajectory.
The Antos model line will be equipped with a line of Euro-6, 6 engines - includes 3 in-line cylinder power units with a volume of 7.7, 10.7 and 12.8 liters with a capacity of 238 to 510 hp.
All diesel engines are equipped with a common-rail system, SCR / EGR and soot filter.
The standard transmission will be a Mercedes PowerShift3 with 8 or 12 speeds.
This will have a positive effect on the driving characteristics of the trucks, even in the tractor / trailer and tractor / semi-trailer versions.
The creeping gearbox mode will be very useful when maneuvering in limited urban conditions, when the driver will be able to control the speed of the truck using only the brake pedal.