Comparing: Marder II vs. FCM 36 Pak 40

G20_Marder_II

A total of 576 of these vehicles were built from June 1942 through June 1943. In addition, 75 PzKpfw II were converted to Marder II in 1944. These tank destroyers fought on all fronts until the end of the war.

FCM_36Pak40

In 1943, ten FCM36 tanks were converted into tank destroyers. Earlier, twelve vehicles of that type were converted into self-propelled guns carrying the 105 mm gun.

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Main Characteristics
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Tier III III
Battle Tiers 3 4 5 3 4 5
Price 42,000 850
Hit Points
Signal range
Speed Limit40 km/h24 km/h
Speed Limit Back12 km/h10 km/h
Weight
Load limit
Crew
  • Commander (Radio Operator)
  • Driver
  • Gunner (Loader)
  • Commander (Radio Operator)
  • Gunner
  • Driver
  • Loader
Armor
Hull Armor
Front:
35 mm
Side:
14.5 mm
Rear:
14.5 mm
Front:
40 mm
Side:
20 mm
Rear:
40 mm
Turret Armor
Mobility
Engine Power
Horse power / weight
Traverse Speed
Max Climb Angle
Hard terrain resistance
Medium terrain resistance
Soft terrain resistance
Fire Chance
Engine Type
Turret
View Range
Turret Traverse
Traverse Arc
Armament
Damage (Explosion radius)
Penetration
Shell Price
Shell Speed
Damage / min
Rate of Fire
Reload time
Clip
Accuracy
Aim time
Elevation Arc
Ammo Capacity
Camo value
Stationary23.00 %21.50 %
In motion17.00 %15.50 %
When Firing8.09 %7.57 %
Battle performance
Accuracy44.3694 %58.5475 %
Neto Credits Income3109.514946.71
Winrate49.0514 %55.334 %
Damage dealt146.127337.314
Kills per Battle0.4622581.10826
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