MAZ-5309

MAZ-5309 is a Belarusian all-wheel drive large-capacity off-road truck, produced by the Minsk Automobile Plant since 2008. The MAZ-5340 truck was taken as the basis for this model.

The MAZ-5309 truck is a clone of the civilian all-wheel drive MAZ-5340 truck. The fundamental differences are single-pitch tires and all-wheel drive. All this allows the vehicle to be used as a concrete mixer, fire truck, truck crane, tank, truck with a manipulator or communication vehicle.

The car cabin is not equipped with a sleeping place. The suspended driver’s seat is equipped with seat belts and can be adjusted by the driver. For firefighting vehicles, the plant produces a special chassis with a double cabin.

Initially, the car was equipped with the Russian YaMZ-238 engine, but later modifications with the Belarusian-Chinese Weichai engine appeared. The gearbox was originally taken from the German manufacturer ZF Friedrichshafen, then was replaced by the Russian YaMZ-239. Tires with a size of 14.00R20 are produced by the Belarusian Belshina or the French Michelin.

Modifications

  • ATs-4-60 515M (fire truck)
  • MAZ-530905 (modification with a payload capacity of 7 tons with a YaMZ-238DE2 engine)
  • MAZ-530927 (fire truck with a Chinese Weichai Power WP10.380 engine)
  • MAZ-5309RR (sports car of the MAZ-SPORTauto team)

Assembly: Minsk (Belarus)

Years of production: 2008—

Length: 6100 mm

Width: 2420 mm

Height: 2320 mm

Powerplant: ЯМЗ-238ДЕ2

Engine: 8 cylinders; 14860 cc

Power: 330 HP

Max speed: 90 km/h

Fuel consumption: 16 l/100 km

Weight: 9360 kg

Load capacity: 9500 kg

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