The Scania Marcopolo provides a wide range of energy efficient and reliable powertrains optimised for inner city and suburban traffic.
|9-litre||250 Hp (184 kW)||1250 Nm||Biodiesel, HVO, Diesel|
|9-litre||310 Hp (228 kW)||1550 Nm||Biodiesel, HVO, Diesel|
Fuel capacity (usable volumes):
Fuel capacity: 140-360 litres, 180-560 litres (high articulated)
|Volume||Output||Torque||Emission Control||Fuel options|
|9-litre||280 Hp (206 kW)||1350 Nm||Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR)||Biogas, Natural gas|
|9-litre||340 Hp (250 kW)||1600 Nm||Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR)||Biogas, Natural gas|
Fuel capacity (usable volumes):
6-speed fully automatic gearbox
12-speed manual gearbox with Scania Opticruise
Axles and lengths
The Scania Marcopolo bus range is available in several variants and options for door configurations, enabling it to meet different demands in terms of passenger capacity and flow.
The heights may vary depending on market, powertrain and configuration.
The low entry point and flat floor up to the central doors area offer the same accessibility as for the low floor version in the front and middle sections. In the rear section a higher floor creates better view for passengers. The widened aisle contributes to increased accessibility, comfort and passenger flow.
Our buses are produced in a long-standing partnership between Scania and Marcopolo. Everything from the chassis construction to the powertrain and the body has been developed and thoroughly tested with a focus on reliability and performance without compromising on energy efficiency.
The strengthened front axle for low entry K-chassis with individual front suspension, in combination with the ability to now use wider tyres, means that load capacity is increased from 7.1 to 8.2 tonnes. For high floor K-chassis with individual front suspension, the load capacity is increased from 7.5 to 8.0 tonnes. This allows higher passenger capacity and optimised weight distribution between the front and rear axles – especially important for gas vehicles.
The highly dependable, durable, and robust powertrains enable fuel savings of up to 9%.
Front suspension technology
Without compromising on passenger capacity, the new independent front suspension on K-chassis low entry, offers excellent passenger comfort and enables a wider aisle (900 mm) – resulting in new layout possibilities, increased passenger flow, space and accessibility. The new rigid front suspension also increases passenger capacity and offers good passenger comfort.
The new power supply architecture comes with improved electronic control units (ECUs) and functions that improve performance and facilitate diagnostics for repair and maintenance. It also enables new functionality within ADAS, e‑mobility and autonomous transport systems.
Scania buses have advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) including vulnerable road user collision warning, blind spot warning, adaptive cruise control, attention support, and advanced emergency braking. Further, electro-pneumatic parking brake technology avoids unintentional bus motion and thus potential accidents. Through reinforced body and chassis construction, our buses are built to protect passengers, drivers and sensitive components.
Buses are a natural part of the cityscape, and the new Scania Marcopolo has an attractive, strong and distinctive exterior character with an urban spirit; a metropolitan design, lighter and more aerodynamic. Additionally, accessibility and functionality, adheres to the most stringent regulations.
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The low entry Scania K-chassis meets the needs of operators on every continent. With total design and production control over chassis and powertrain, Scania delivers unrivalled reliability, durability and performance.
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