The first Iveco X-Way tipper 8×4 has entered service, one year after the model was introduced.
There are been a variety of chassis options, but this X-Way tipper has been built for JAB Haulage in Coventry.
Specifically, the aggregate tipper body on the X-Way tipper has been made by Swadlincote Aluminium & Welding Co.
In addition, the X-Way is a Cursor 13, 510 BHP, ON+ set up.
Furthermore, it has an active space, low roof, single bunk sleeper cab.
The truck also features a premium style pack and the addition of polished aluminium wheels.
The MD of the Guest Truck and Van – who sold the vehicle – is Robert Spittle.
“The X-Way is selling very well for us because its dramatic good looks are backed up by new technology and solid engineering.
“It was clear when we first saw prototype images of the X-Way that it was a radical new design and the reality of the production version really has not disappointed.
“Tractor units are always the first in a new truck range to leave the production line.
“And, many operators and drivers have been excited to see X-Ways added to fleets.”
Continuing, he added that the momentum continues to build as the chassis cab configurations hit the roads.”
Meanwhile, the JAB Haulage tipper has had operational accessories fitted by VLS – Vehicle Lining Services.
For example, there is a camera system and work lighting along both sides of the body.
In addition, there are other bits of safety equipment and a CB radio.
Meanwhile, JAB Haulage is very pleased with the X-Way tipper.
“This is our third IVECO purchase,” explained Jason Binning, MD.
“We came back to Guest Truck and Van because of the excellent sales and after sales service we’ve had from our rep.”