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Otokar ARMA 6x6 APC
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ARMA 6x6 is a armoured personnel carrier developed by the Turkish company Otokar.

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ARMA 6x6 APC has a gross vehicle weight up to 18.50 tonnes (18,500 kg) and has a length of 6.50 m (6,500 mm).

The width is 2.70 m (2,700 mm) on models with a hydro-pneumatic struts suspension type, and 27.50 (2,750 mm) on the variant with helical spring suspension type.

It has a height of 2.220 m (2,220 mm) and a ground clearance of 0.420 m (420 mm).

ARMA 6x6 armoured personnel carrier is powered by a 450 hp turbocharged diesel engine coupled to an automatic transmission.

Otokar ARMA 6x6 can has an operational range of 700 km, can reach a maximum speed on road of more than 100 km/h and being amphibious, it can move on water at a speed of 8 km/h and has a fording depth of 1.50 m (1,500 mm).

It has a side slope of 30%, an gradeability of 60%, an approach angle of 42 degrees and an angle of departure of also 42 degrees.

ARMA 6x6 can cross over vertical obstacles with a height of 0.6 m (600 mm) and can cross trenches wide of 1.20 m (1,200 mm).

Otokar ARMA 6x6 - General Data and Specifications:
Type 6x6 armoured personnel carrier
Manufacturer and Builders Otokar
Mass / Weight Gross vehicle weight:
18.5 tonnes (18,500 kg)
Length 6.50 m (6,500 mm)
Width 2.70 m (2,700 mm) with suspension with hydro-pneumatic struts
2.75 m (2,750 mm) with suspension with telescopic type shock absorber & helical spring
Height 2.220 m (2,220 mm)
Ground Clearance 0.42 m (420 mm)
crew Up to 10, including driver and commander
Fuel Capacity 350 liters (internal fuel tank)
Speed 105 km/h (on road)
8 km/h (in water)
Operational Range 700 km
Power-to-Weight Ratio 24.32 hp/ton @ 18,500 kg
Engine 450 hp (336 kW) @ 2200 rpm, 8.9 liters, 6 cylinders, 1627 Nm @1300 rpm, water cooled, turbo charged diesel engine
Transmission Automatic with 7 gears (6 forward, 1 reverse)
Suspension Fully Independent suspension with hydro-pneumatic struts on each wheel
Fully independent suspension with telescopic type shock absorber & helical spring
Angle of Approach 42 degrees
Angle of Departure 42 degrees
Gradient 60%
Side Slope 30%
Vertical Obstacle 0.6 m (600 mm)
Trench Crossing 1.2 m (1,200 mm)