DAF XF 95 / DAF XF 105 - DAF XF 95 / DAF XF 105
|XF95 / XF105|
|Sales designation:||XF95 / XF105|
|Production period:||since 2003|
|Previous model:||DAF 95XF|
|Engines:||Paccar 12.6 liter six-cylinder|
|Perm. Total weight:||40 t|
DAF XF95 2003-2006
The XF95 model succeeded the DAF 95XF in 2003 and was built until 2006. By and large, the cab of the 95XF has been taken over, but the exterior has been redesigned. Inside there were some innovations, such as B. a refrigerator. The engines have also been revised. The model was available with an output of 380, 430, 480 or 530 hp.
DAF XF 105 since 2005
The XF 105 has been in production since 2005 and was first introduced in 2005 with a SuperSpaceCab from the XF 95. The SuperSpaceCab is the largest possible cab in Europe and differs from the other cabs in terms of interior fittings. The DAF XF 105 had a new series -Sechszylinder- turbo-diesel engine with 12.9 liters, 4 valves per cylinder, intercooling and SCR technique of Paccar with 510 hp, the emission standard filled Euro. 5 The design has been changed compared to the XF 95 model. In 2006 the DAF XF 105 was named Truck of the YearElected in 2007. From 2007 the XF 105 also replaced the XF 95. Since then, the engine has also been available with 410 hp and 460 hp. All engines are available as EEV and with the AS Tronic automatic transmission from ZF , combined with an Intarder . You can also choose from a range of 14 two- to four-axle chassis, seven of which are intended for tractor units.
The XF 105 is with the cabs
- Space Cab - interior height of the driver's cab 1885 mm, upper lying area 2050 × 600 mm and
- Super Space Cab - inside cab height 2255 mm, upper lying area 2000 × 700 mm
available. The width (2490 mm) and length (2250 mm) of the cabin do not differ. The size of the lower bed is also the same at 2010 × 810 mm.
DAF has been offering the successor model, the DAF XF, since 2013 . For the time being, the XF 105 will continue to be produced and offered as a limited edition parallel to the new model.
The DAF XFC was one of the Dutch design studio Xtreme Future Concept originating concept study .
Technical data XFC
|Power:||390 kW (530 PS)|
|Top speed:||90 km / h|
- Michael Brettmacher: Trucks - The Type Book - Vehicles-Data-Technology. GeraMond, Munich 2007, ISBN 978-3-7654-7704-1 .