Bobcat 3400D – Mini Tipper for All Kinds of Terrain

Although the American producer Bobcat is well known for its construction and agricultural machines, it is not yet associated with the new for Bulgaria UTV (Utility Terrain Vehicle) category, i.e. something in the middle between a utility vehicle and an all-terrain vehicle. An illustrative example of the Bobcat’s ambitions to stir this interesting category into action is the 3400D model which was committed to us for a test by the official importer Megatron...


The New Mercedes Sprinter – Safer and More Economical

The name Sprinter has always been a synonym of innovation in the large vans category. The new model continues to set the standards with its five new safety systems and its new Euro-6 engines. Its average fuel consumption is reduced to 6.3 l/100 km.


Dacia Dokker Van: 3.9 m3 for Barely EUR 6,600!

Almost one year after our first Dacia Dokker test drive, the new Romanian van came finally to Bulgaria available both for sales and tests. What is hidden behind the dry facts which state Dokker’s smashing supremacy regarding the loading capacity / price ratio? That’s what we tried to find out on 400–500 km test route Sofia – Troyan – Sofia.


New Mercedes Sprinter Almost Ready

Mercedes presented the new generation of its light commercial bestseller Sprinter to the International Van of the Year Award jury members in the end of February. During a sneak preview the Stuttgart manufacturer announced the addition of the innovative system Crosswind Assist to the standard equipment of the new Sprinter in the coming autumn. The launch of the new Sprinter, Crosswind Assist, and a number of electronic safety systems was complemented by test drives on the Boxberg track.


Volkswagen Amarok Automatic – Eighth Gear Comfort

Volkswagen Amaroc has been even until now an indisputable leader among pickup trucks in terms of equipment, comfort and ergonomics. By adding the new 8-gear automatic box the German engineers insist on reminding the competitors that they have no intention to wait for somebody to catch up. KAMIONI is not going to argue with them – not after those three days behind the steering wheel of the 8AT version.