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The Scania lineup includes trucks and tractors for transportation over any distance, as well as special-purpose vehicles (fire, utility, defense) and for work in construction.
Scania offers hundreds of options for trucks ranging from 230 to 730 hp.
Thanks to the modular system that it follows in its design policy, Scania is able to manufacture vehicles that meet the individual needs of customers.
The modular principle and, as a result, the unification of components and assemblies, lead to an increase in the functionality and performance of trucks.
A wide range of drivetrains are available, from classic 4x2s to 10x4s, including integral 4x4s and 8x8s.
Scania trucks have been a benchmark for durability, poise and power, achieved through the widespread use of large displacement turbo diesel engines since 1972.
Scania is the first manufacturer to introduce and further develop this technology in heavy-duty vehicle engines, setting the tone for the European engine industry.
The third generation of trucks Scania Series 3 enters the market in 1987 as the successor to the 2nd series, and has been in production for 10 years.
The range includes heavy trucks of models 93, 113 and 143 with a gross weight of 17 to 32 tons, which are equipped with 6-cylinder turbodiesels with a working volume of 9, 11 and 14 liters.
This generation perfectly illustrates one of the main characteristics of the Swedish automaker - innovation.
The fourth series or the fourth generation of Scania replaces the third series in 1996 and is produced until 2004, when the P-R-G range appears.
A distinctive feature of the series 4 is a completely updated exterior, the work of Italian designers Studio Bertone.
Frontally, the trucks take on a square shape, moving further into more rounded and softer lines.
At the same time, special attention was paid to the reliability of vehicles - a rigid, durable cab frame, reinforced side and rear walls.
The successor to the 4th Scania series is the generation R / P / G, which entered the market in 2004 and is also called the R Series.
In practice, this is the Series 5 or the fifth generation of Scania, which was awarded the title of truck of the year twice - in 2005 and in 2010.
It brings together heavy trucks for a wide range of purposes, classified into three main categories:
Scania P series are trucks for urban or regional distribution of goods and products and transportation over short distances, as well as for work on construction sites and in public utilities.
Standard equipment with short, medium or three types of extended sleeper cab with low or normal roof.
Supplied with engines ranging from 230 to 420 hp.
Scania G series are tractors or chassis for short and medium hauls.
Available with short, medium or sleeper cab with low or normal roof, long or Topline.
Scania G series trucks are equipped with in-line 5- and 6-cylinder diesel engines that meet Euro-3, Euro-4 and Euro-5 standards with a capacity of 230 to 480 horses.
Various suspension options and frame heights are available.
Scania R-Series are long-distance truck tractors or chassis with a medium or sleeper cab with a low or normal roof, as well as a long or Topline.
They are equipped with in-line 5- and 6-cylinder, as well as 8-cylinder V-shaped engines with a capacity of 230-730 hp. from.
Many combinations of main modules and corresponding gearboxes, suspensions or frames are available.
Scania R-series trucks are known for their power and optimum equipment.