NOTE: This article is about Truck vehicle in ArmA 3. For the CTRG Group 15 character from the Apex Protocol campaign, see Truck (Raider).

Faction - Civilians
- Syndikat
Type Off-road Truck
Seats All variants:
  • 1× Driver
  • 2× Cab Passengers

Pickup variant:

  • 10× Passengers
Item capacity Max: 3000 kg
  • 64× Weapons
  • 256× Magazines
  • 64× Backpacks
Top speed 118 km/h
Fuel capacity 70 L
Primary armament None
Secondary armament None
Variants Pickup, Fuel, Boxer

The Truck is a light commercial vehicle used by Altian and Tanoan civilians, as well as in limited numbers with the FIA and Syndikat rebels in ArmA 3.


  • Roles:
    • Civilian transportation
    • Troop transport
    • Freight transport
    • Refuelling
« The civilian 4x4 truck is a highly customizable truck with off-road capabilities preferred by the civilian population. It builds on retro design, but utilizes a modern engine and electronics. Most common track setups are boxed, cistern and pick-up set.
Field Manual


The Truck is a multipurpose, medium-sized, off-road capable van designed for a variety of roles ranging from transporting freight and/or passengers, to refuelling military and civilian vehicles.

It is available in up to three variants; a standard pickup variant with an open cargo body, a fuel transporter with a cistern, and a freight transporter variant that has a large box to carry supplies.

The Truck can accelerate and attain a fairly decent top speed on paved roads, and is also able to maintain this speed (mostly) while off-road.

However, it has subpar handling regardless of the terrain type, and there is always a risk of a rollover while turning on corners due to its higher centre-of-mass.

As a civilian vehicle designed to carry only supplies or passengers, the Truck obviously lacks any kind of armour plating.

Crew Capacity
Passenger capacity depends on the variant, but all of them are able to carry at least three passengers. This includes the driver and up to two passengers; all of whom sit together in the enclosed cab.


Baseline variant with no additional features other than the ability to carry up to ten passengers in the rear open cargo body.

All positions (except for the cab passengers) can utilise FFV; the front two sitting in the open cargo body need to stand up in order to fire their weapons. They are able to rest their weapons on the cab's roof for better stability as well.

This variant is primarily used by both the Syndikat and FIA as their troop transport, but is also used by civilians as well.

Has a large fuel cistern fitted to the rear of the cab. It can refuel nearby land vehicles and grounded aircraft. Has only three seats in the cab and cannot transport any other passengers.

This variant is used by both the FIA and civilian airport workers.

Has a large box fitted to the rear of the cab that can store supplies. Contains the same amount of seats as the Fuel variant.

The FIA do not use this variant and is exclusively used by civilians only.


  • Black: Pattern-less paint scheme with a black body and chassis.
  • White: Pattern-less paint scheme with a white body and black chassis.
  • Red: Pattern-less paint scheme with a red body and black chassis.
  • Guerrilla (1-8): Two-tone green/olive green paint scheme with a variety of line and stroke patterns. Used exclusively by FIA Trucks only.
  • Brown: Pattern-less paint scheme with a dark brown body and black chassis.
  • Olive: Pattern-less paint scheme with a olive green body and black chassis.


  • The Truck is based on the Iveco "Daily" series of pickup trucks, more specifically the 4x4 variant.


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See also

Vehicles of comparable role and configuration