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“AVANTI Group” LLC – official MAN Truck & Bus Ukraine dealer.

We are working from 1999 and have proven ourselves in the market of sales and maintenance of trucks as a reliable and efficient partner.

The main capital of the company are our customers, that’s why we guarantee accordance of quality of products and services set high standards and try to meet the expectations of each customer .

The Clients are offered wide list of services: maintenance and repair of MAN products, vehicle, bus and trailers sale, order and sale of spare parts, after-sale support, as well as support in receiving financing.

Employees of AVANTI Group – are happy to provide you with an individual approach, which allows to find the most effective solution to the transport problems of your enterprise, to offer the most effective financial solutions for the acquisition of equipment.

Amount of spare parts on our stock includes more than 30 thousand pieces and allows provide operative planned maintenance and repair of MAN vehicles and Neoplan buses.

Our service center is equipped with all necessary equipment and tools. Repair of equipment is handled by highly qualified specialists, who are trained in MAN training centers in Germany and Austria.

Most important milestones of the product anniversary

1897: Rudolf Diesel developed the first diesel engine together with MAN engineers.

1915: MAN built the first trucks and buses in Lindau in cooperation with the firm Saurer. One year later, the production moves to MAN’s plant in Nuremberg.

1924:

Presentation of the first vehicle engine with diesel direct injection, developed by MAN. This is the starting point of diesel engines’ success story within trucks – until nowadays.

1924: MAN presented the first bus on a low-frame chassis.

1932: With 140 hp, MAN S1H6 was the most powerful diesel truck in the world in 1932. A year later MAN brought the truck with 150 hp to the market.

1937: Development and implementation of a significantly more fuel efficient engine. MAN introduced the all-wheel drive for trucks. It later became a key competitive advantage for tractors.

1951: The MAN truck F8 with its V8 180 hp engine was a flagship of the ongoing economic miracle.

1951: The first German truck engine with turbocharging achieved a 35 percent performance improvement over the conventional truck engines: the six-cylinder engine MAN 1546 GT with 175 instead of 130 hp.

1955: The truck, bus and tractor production moved from Nuremberg to the new plant in Munich. The first truck out of the production line was a MAN 515 L1. The engine production remained in Nuremberg.

1961: MAN launched with the 750 HO the first bus with modular chassis for city, intercity and coaches buses to the market.

1971:MAN took over the ÖAF and Büssing automobile plants. Büssing’s Lion was included in MAN’s logo.

1977: The cooperation with Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles begun with the development of a light vehicle range from 6-10 tonnes gross weight. In 1979 started the production of the so-called VW-MAN joint series.

1978: 1978: MAN received the “Truck of the Year” award for the first time for the model 19.280.

1986: 1986: MAN brought the F90 series with a completely new cab to the market.

1992: 1986: MAN brought the F90 series with a completely new cab to the market.

1994: 1994: The MAN F2000 was a successful model in the 90’s.

2000: The presentation of the Trucknology Generation TGA set the starting point of a major product offensive.

2001: MAN took over the brands NEOPLAN, ERF and Star.

2004: Introduction of the D20 Common Rail engine series with a completely new electronically controlled injection technology.

2005: Adaptation and improvement of the MAN Trucknology Generation with the launch of the TGL and TGM in the light and medium weight class from 7.5 to 26 tons

2007: From TGA to MAN TGS and TGX in the Heavy-Truck series. Journalists awarded them the title of “Truck of the Year 2008”.

2010: MAN Hybrid city bus went into series production.

2011: Rebirth of a legend: the double-decker NEOPLAN Skyliner.

2012: A new NEOPLAN model for intercity transport: launch of the Jetliner.

2012: The new MAN TG-series TGL, TGM, TGS and TGX series in Euro 6 celebrated its premiere.

2014: Top of the range: the new D38 Euro 6 engines for the MAN TGX series with 520-640 hp.

2015: The articulated natural gas Lion’s City GL CNG is awarded “Bus of the Year”