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Fire & Rescue NSW Hugglands
Fire Engine Photos
No: 35214   Contributor: Matt Hayes   Year: 2013   Manufacturer: Hagglund   Country: Australia
Fire & Rescue NSW Hugglands


BV 206

Body Material:
Fibreglass reinforced plastic

Gross Vehicle Mass:
3,350 kg each car

V6 Commodore

Gear Box:
Commodore Transmission

Overall Length:



Track Width:

Distance between Tracks:

Fuel Tank Capacity:
160 litres

Water Tank Capacity:
360 litres

The Hagglund All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) consists of two track-driven cars with fibreglass reinforced bodies, coupled to each other by an articulated steering joint.

The vehicle operates in and around the snowfields and high country areas of the Snowy Mountains. Its operational scope includes wilderness search and rescue, general land rescue (MVA), limited hazardous materials operations and structural firefighting capability. It is able to operate in extreme weather conditions on a variety of surfacing including soft and deep packed snow, light scrub country, and paved roads.

The front car contains the power unit which houses the engine, the power transmission gearboxes and the braking and steering systems.
The rear car has been configured to carry firefighting equipment, including two sets of breathing apparatus and spare cylinders. It is fitted with an independent BMW engined single-stage Rosenbauer pump which pumps water from a 360 litre tank mounted in the trailer body.
Picture added on 23 June 2013 at 19:45
add commentComments:
Somewhat similar to a CFA unit in the snow country in Victoria

Added by Jim shaw on 16 July 2013.
Hello Jim , I think CFA have one of these and a much newer model or a different design, both look great.

Added by Matt Hayes on 31 December 2013.
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