AMZ Dzik

Dzik (Polish: Wild Boar) is a 4.5-ton Polish-made multi-purpose infantry mobility vehicle. Produced by the AMZ works in Kutno, it is designed for serving both the patrol and intervention roles, as well as an armoured personnel carrier for use by various peace-keeping and policing forces. Its armour provides defence against 7.62 mm bullets. The Dzik-3 also boasts bulletproof windows, puncture-proof tires and smoke launchers.

The Dzik cars are powered by a turbodiesel engine that produces 146 hp (107 kW) with a 2,797 cm³ displacement.

AMZ Dzik
Class Vehicle
Type Infantry Combat Vehicle
Manufacturer AMZ-Kutno
Origin Poland
Country Name Origin Year
Poland 2004
Country Name Operational Year Retirement Year
Iraq View
Lithuania View
Poland 2004 View
ManufacturerName Production From Production To Quantity
AMZ-Kutno 2004 View

Type Infantry Mobility Vehicle
Place of origin  Poland
Service history
In service 2004 - Present
Used by  Iraq,
Production history
Produced 2004
Weight 4.5 tonnes
Length 5.74 m
Width 2.05 m
Height 2.16 m
Crew 13
Armor Mostly B6 class armour; engine B4 armored
PK machine gun using 7.62x51 NATO
As an alternative NSV using 12.7 x 107 mm or 12.7 x 99 mm NATO
Engine Iveco Aifo SOFIM 8140.43N
107 kW (146 KM)
Power/weight 32 hp/tonne
Suspension SM62
800 km
Speed 100 km/h

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