The Russian Ural-4320 Military Truck is a general purpose off-road 6×6 truck, produced at the Ural Automotive Plant in Miass, Russia for use in the Russian army. Introduced in 1976, it is still in production today. The wheel arrangement for the Ural-4320 was designed for transporting cargo, people and trailers on all types of roads and terrain. It also serves as a launching platform for the BM-21 “Grad” rocket launcher.
The Ural-4320 is a diesel-powered development of the Ural-375D. The Ural-4320 chassis has good ground clearance, so it is preferred in regions where roads are difficult to traverse due to sand or big rocks. In the proverbial Russian Tradition, The Ural-4320 is reliable and easy to repair and maintain.
|Ural-4320 truck specifications|
|YaMZ-238M2 engine||YaMZ-236M2 engine|
|Cab design:||Forward-mounted engine|
|Seating capacity (in cab):||3||3|
|GVWR:||15,300 kg (33,750 lb)||14,975 kg (33,000 lb)|
|Weight of load carried:||6,000 kg (13,200 lb)||5,000 kg (11,000 lb)|
|Suspension:||solid axles, leaf springs, rear wheels at balance-cart|
|GVWR of towed trailer:||11,500 kg (25,350 lb)|
|Top speed:||82 km/h (51 mph)||75 km/h (47 mph)|
|Engine: liquid-cooled||V-8 diesel||V6 diesel|
|Transmission:||five-speed gearbox, two-speed distributor box with
interaxle locked differential.
|Body:||metal, with tailgate, removable bows and a canopy, two foldable
side and one removable middle benches.
|Tires:||with controlled air pressure OI-25 14.00-20 HC(PR)14|