Volvo Trucks

VHD 300 AF/AB

No road, no problem

The toughest truck for the toughest jobs

For tight jobsites that demand maximum maneuverability, VHD 300 Axle Back straight-trucks and tractors are up for the task. If you need a bridge-law compliant wheelbase, the VHD 300 Axle Forward has you covered. With an easily customizable chassis, up to nine power take-off options, and a factory installed piston or gear pump, the VHD 300 is simple to tailor to your specific needs.

Long Hood

Daycab

When carrying heavy loads in rugged terrain and crowded construction sites you need a vocational truck that’s up for the job – one that’s built to last. This is where the VHD 300 helps you deliver, day after day. It’s a reliable partner that gets the job done quickly and efficiently.

1450-1850 lb-ft torque

325-500 horsepower

Volvo’s D11 and D13 engines deliver the horsepower and torque that tough vocational applications require. And, they're more efficient than ever thanks to a standard common rail fuel injection system gets the most power out of every drop of fuel.

Brains and Brawn

Volvo I-Shift

Every VHD comes standard with the Volvo I-Shift for Severe Duty transmission, built for rugged jobs. When steep-grade startability and low-speed maneuverability are critical, the I-Shift with Crawler Gears is the answer for maximum GCW loads.

Our commitment to progress

Volvo Innovation

Efficiency Runs in the Family

Volvo's 2017 family of engines is built on a foundation of proven, developed architecture that leverages innovative hardware to maximize efficiency.

An automated manual transmission with digital intelligence

Volvo has made the industry's most advanced automatic transmission even better. The latest edition of the I-Shift includes upgraded hardware and software, greater durability and a new countershaft brake for improved performance and smoother shifting.

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