Agrale, previously called AGRISA , is a Brazilian manufacturer of military vehicles, commercial vehicles, engines and agricultural tractors. It is based in Caxias do Sul, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. Established in 1962, the brand's current model line-up consists of the Marrua SUV and pick-up truck.

The Marrua (Portuguese: "wild bull") is a family of four-by-four wheeled transport and utility vehicles, built by Agrale in Brazil. Developed in early 2000s to serve as a replacement for ageing jeeps and other vehicles in Brazilian service, it has also been adopted by several other Latin American armies, and is used on peacekeeping missions with the United Nations in Haiti.
Following the bankruptcy of Engesa (Specialized Engineers SA) in early 1990, former employees of the company acquired the rights to the Engesa EE-4/EE-12 utility vehicle, and, working with the Agrale company , developed an improved version of the vehicle between 2003 and 2005 to meet a specification for a 1/2 ton, 4x4 Viatura de Transporte Nao Especializada (Non-Specialised Transport, VTNE) for the Armed Forces of Brazil, to replace the Jeeps previously in service. Three prototypes were constructed for testing by the Brazilian Army, with Agrale investing $11 million into the project, and the Marrua was accepted for Brazilian service on 27 July 2005.
¬недорожные траспортные средства (Land Locomotion Ц Mechanical Vehicle Mobility LL-MVM) Home