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==Design==
 
==Design==
 
[[File:120-2048 IMG.JPG|thumb|right|The [[Boxer MRAV|GTK Boxer]] is a German/Dutch APC.]]
 
[[File:120-2048 IMG.JPG|thumb|right|The [[Boxer MRAV|GTK Boxer]] is a German/Dutch APC.]]
Most armoured personnel carriers use a diesel engine comparable to that used in a large truck or in a typical city bus. The M113 for instance used the same engine as the standard GM city bus.
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Most armoured personnel carriers use a diesel engine comparable to that used in a large truck or in a typical city [[bus]]. The M113 for instance used the same engine as the standard GM city bus.
   
 
APCs can vary in weight of 6 tons to 40 tons or more; though a typical vehicle will be between 9 and 20 tons. They typically have a capacity of between 8 and 12 dismountable troops, though some models can carry more than a score. By definition, an APC will have capacity for at least 8.
 
APCs can vary in weight of 6 tons to 40 tons or more; though a typical vehicle will be between 9 and 20 tons. They typically have a capacity of between 8 and 12 dismountable troops, though some models can carry more than a score. By definition, an APC will have capacity for at least 8.

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