At the heart of XT
Being part of a production chain means always depending on others, just as others will always depend on you. With the high torque-to-horsepower ratio of all Scania engines, the XT range is prepared for any mission ahead. From the lightweight inline-5 engine all the way to the famous Scania V8, we offer a wide range of engine alternatives spanning from 280 up to 730 horsepower.
Smooth and fast gearing
The Normal, Power, Economy and Off-road driving modes enable the Scania Opticruise gearbox to cope with all kinds of operations in the most fuel-efficient way. In addition, the new lay-shaft brake provides faster and smoother gear changes to maintain both engine torque and road speed.
For operations that requires the driver to be in charge for specific manoeuvring a new performance step for Scania Opticruise is introduced called Clutch on demand. Here we have added a clutch pedal which could be used when needed otherwise the system works as an ordinary automatic clutch system.
We offer a wide range of axles with robust and low weight design. You can choose from single driven or tandem driven with single or hub reduction. Our rear axles with hub reduction can master heavy gross vehicle- and train weights, and with a wide selection of gear ratios and large-handed ground clearance Scania’s rear axles will maximise traction and offer great driveability.
Being part of a Mining process means always depending
on others, as others will always depend on you. Being at
the right place, at the right time is crucial in order to
build strong relationships with our customers.
Heavy, tough and rough operations
“For sure, the upfront cost of a Scania vehicle may not be the cheapest, but with its reliability, fuel economy and support from the dealerships, we get a very low vehicle downtime.
Paul Smart Transport
Scania engines are known for their fuel efficiency. Our new generation trucks take our reputation a step further. Improved injectors and combustion chambers combined with the new rear axle ratio, contribute to reducing both engine speed and cutting fuel consumption by 3%.