The Volvo FH is a truck model of the Volvo group the end of 1993 was introduced.
The Volvo FH is designed for international road transport and transport of heavy loads over long distances. The Volvo FH model has proven to be a very successful model. More than 400,000 units were sold this.
The FH stands for High Forward control cab and the numbers '12' and '16' refers to the engine capacity of 12 and 16 liters. There is also a FH with a '13' liter engine capacity. Since a correct representation would result in the type FH13 (the number '13' by many people associated with misfortune), Volvo has decided to leave the digit addition to this version expired.
The current FH is since the fall of 2005 using a new six-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine with a capacity of 12.7 liters. It comes in four power variants of 400hp / 2000nm, 440pk / 2200Nm, 480 / pk2400Nm and 520pk / 2500nm and with different types of cabins; a day cab, sleeper cab, cab with a high roof and a cabin with an extra high roof. The versions with a high roof are known under the brand name Globetrotter and Globetrotter XL.
The engines make use of Selective Catalytic Reduction technology (SKR) which ensures that the engines comply with the Euro 4 and Euro 5 emission standards.
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