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Hagglunds Bandvagn 206 (Bv 206 Viking)

All-Terrain Tracked Multi-Role Vehicle

The Hagglunds Bv 206 emerged from development in 1980 with its first customer becoming the Swedish Army - many more global operators have since followed.
Authored By: Staff Writer | Edited: 2/13/2019
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Year: 1980
Manufacturer(s): Hagglunds (BAe Systems) - Sweden
Production: 6,500
Crew: 2
Length: 22.64 ft (6.9 m)
Width: 6.14 ft (1.87 m)
Height: 7.87 ft (2.4 m)
Weight: 5 tons (4,500 kg; 9,921 lb)
Power: 1 x Ford Cologne V6 2.8 liter diesel engine developing 133 horsepower.
Operators: Argentina; Austria; Brazil; Canada; Estonia; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Iceland; Indonesia; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Latvia; Lithuania; Malaysia; Netherlands; Norway; Russia; South Korea; Spain; Sweden; United Kingdom; United States


Variable (if armed).

Dependent upon armament fit (if armed).

Variants / Models

• Bv 206 - Base Series Designation
• Bv 206A
• Bv 206F
• Bv 206S
• BvS 10
• RaBv 2061
• RaBv 2062
• RaBV 2063
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