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Vögele Super 2100-3 Tracked Paver

Maker:  NZG
Model No:  859
Scale:  1:50
Review Date:  November 2013

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Overall   (max 100)84%


Vögele Super 2100-3 Tracked Paver Video
Vögele branded box.
Profile view.
Canopy lowered to reduce the transport headroom.
Detailed control pad.
Metal handrails.
Opening panel door.
Top cover raised.
End of the screed extends.
It makes an interesting diorama.
Comment on this model.

The Vögele Super 2100-3 Tracked Paver has a maximum paving width of 13m and can lay up to 1100 tonnes of material per hour.  This 'Dash 3' version of the machine is an upgrade of the previous 2100-2 version. 

The model is improved over the previous version numbered NZG 670.


The model comes in a large Vögele-branded box and inside it is enclosed between polystyrene trays with the paver secured to the base tray with a tie. 

The review model had no defects or missing parts.

The model is complete with no assembly required, and there is no information describing its features.  Included is an interesting reprint of a brochure about the real machine and some spare track links are also added.


The small metal tracks are detailed including bolt heads in the pads and deflectors at the front.  It is interesting to note that the model is numbered 858 and 859 on the underside.

At the front the hopper belt is a metal casting and the hopper sides are also metal.  There are some non-functioning rollers for engaging the wheels of a discharging tipper.

The body has deep grilles and sharp graphics.  The operator's station has a textured floor, a finely detailed console and the two seats are good.  The slide out sections have see-through sides and the canopy is metal with plastic extensions.  The hand rails are metal and realistically sized.  There is a detailed engine under the various opening panel doors.

The screed has textured surfaces and high quality handrails.  It is very long with plastic suspension bars, and there is a metal material screw of matching length. 

Each end of the screed has a control pad and these are highly detailed.


The tracks are stiff but can be turned by hand.  The front deflectors can move on their mountings.

The hopper sides can close in to force material onto the belt.

Doors open on each side of the body and the cover on top of the engine can be opened and posed in the open position.

Both operator's seats can be rotated out to provide a better view forwards, and the roof canopy above can be extended to provide shelter.  The console can move on a rail from side to side, and also rotates to face the seat.

The canopy roof can be partially lowered to provide a reduced headroom for travelling on a transport vehicle.  However the long screed is fixed so it does not make a viable transport load.

The screed can be raised and lowered, and can be extended on both ends for width.


This is a high quality model by NZG which is almost all metal and surprisingly heavy. 

The paint and graphics are very good.


The price is reasonable for the quality.


This is a high quality paver model by NZG with nice enhancements over previous models in terms of the metal tracks and opening doors to the engine compartment.


The model first appeared at the BAUMA Exhibition in 2013.

Brochure and bag of spare track pads is included.
Seat swung out and extended canopy.
Auger material screw underneath.
Very detailed operator's console.
Hopper sides folded in.
Another opening door.
Detailed metal tracks.
Laying the black stuff.