Units Available: 20
Mileage Hrs/Kms: 100, 1000, 5,000 kms
Year of Manufacture:
Export Requirements: SIEL Stock (Standard Individual Export Licence)
The price for it please see in email.
All prices quoted are GBP U.K. Pounds Sterling Ex.Works (Doncaster, The UK)
All prices subject without UK VAT.
We are always happy to discuss budget and open to reasonable offers.
At an additional cost we can provide any additional options or spare parts and of course a full service including new painting in any color.
Please give us your exact requirements so that we can provide a refined quote to suit your needs.
Recently released direct from military reserve stores in excellent condition having done only 1,000-5,000 Kilometres
The Vector is based on the Pinzgauer (6 × 6) chassis which has been fitted with a new armoured body
The armoured floor offers greater blast and roll over protection
The torsion resistant central tube chassis incorporates the transfer case and lockable differentials with portal hubs on swing axles offering enhanced mobility
All vehicles are in a right-hand drive configuration with the vehicle commander normally occupying the left seat. Transparent armour windows are provided for forward and side observation with driver and commander being provided with a forward opening door.
The troop compartment is at the rear and normally consists of four people who can rapidly enter and leave the vehicle via two doors in the rear of the vehicle. The seats are fitted with 4 point harness seat belts. Additional seating in the rear could be fitted if required
Each of these doors is provided with a vision block to provide observation over the rear of the vehicle. There are also two large hatches in the roof which will allow two of the crew to have good all round observation.
A searchlight is mounted on the forward part of the roof which is controlled from within the vehicle.
Standard equipment includes power-assisted steering, anti-skid braking system, electronic traction control, run flat tyres and air conditioning system.
Standard equipment includes steps to front doors, grab handle for front passenger, exterior rear view mirrors, brush guard, fuel tank guard, fuel filter in tube, water separator, and NATO pintle towing device.
We have around 20 of these vehicles in stock.
All Pinzgauers vector also are fully complete and ready to go.
Would make overland expedition motorhome!
The specification of the British Vector Protected Patrol Vehicle 6x6
Manufacturer BAE Systems
Engine VW 5-cylinder Euro 3 109 hp
Maximum road speed 105 km/h
Range 700 kms
Transmission 5-speed manual
Suspension 6-wheel drive
Crew driver, co-driver +8/12 passengers
Dimensions and weight
Weight (empty) ~ 4.4 t
Payload capacity 1.6 t
GVW 6,000 Kg
Pinzgauer vector 6x6 Maneuverability
The Pinzgauer is a highly accomplished off-road vehicle.
Side slope 30%
Vertical step ~ 0.4 m
Trench ~ 0.5 m
Fording 0.7 m
100% slope, or until tyres lose traction
700 millimetres (27.6 in) fording depth
335 millimetres (13.2 in) of ground clearance (lowest point when fully loaded)
Can climb down a 360 millimetres (14.2 in) wall
History of the British Vector Protected Patrol Vehicle
The Pinzgauer has been heavily exported and used by a large number of nations military, including the British Army, who deployed the vehicle to Afghanistan as part of Operation Herric.
The Pinzgauer is increasingly replacing the Land Rover Defender in the military utility vehicle role; Pinzgauer (or Pinz as it is known to most British soldiers) is more common as a utility vehicle in Royal Artillery units due to its employment as a light gun tractor.
A new armoured version called the "Vector" entered service in the British Army in early 2007, as part of an effort to provide safer patrol vehicles for troops in Afghanistan. The 6×6 Vector PPV (Protected Patrol Vehicle) will, according to the manufacturer, "Build on the existing proven design, with enhancements that will include a combination of physical protection, as well as the use of sophisticated electronic counter measures to maximise survivability while on patrol".
The Pinzgauer is also the basis for the Tactical Ground Station (TGS) element of the Raytheon Systems Limited Airborne Standoff Radar (ASTOR). The TGS comprises two workstation vehicles, a mission support vehicle, and a standard utility vehicle.
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