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Productive in cities

Combining a spacious interior with compact exterior cab dimensions, the L-series cab has been designed with the hectic workload and tight conditions of city operations in mind.

 

Sitting the driver closer to the eye-level of other road users improves safety and reduces the demands placed upon the driver when navigating urban areas.

Find the power for you

Scania has the broadest range of powertrains on the market. With the latest update of the whole range of 9-litres Euro 6 engines comes a fuel saving of up to 2% fuel.

Engine ID Output Torque Fuel Emission technology Engine PTO
Gas (CNG/LNG) 360hp 1700 Nm Diesel/HVO/Biodiesel Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) 600 Nm
Gas (CNG/LNG) 340hp 1600 Nm Gas (CNG/LNG) Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) 600 Nm
DC09 140 320hp 1600 Nm Diesel/HVO/Biodiesel Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) 600 Nm
DC09 139 280hp 1400 Nm Diesel/HVO Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) 600 Nm
OC09 104 280hp 1350 Nm Gas (CNG/LNG) Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) 600 Nm

Engine ID Output Torque Fuel Emission technology Engine PTO
DC07 113 280 Hp 1200 Nm Diesel/HVO/Biodiesel Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) 600 Nm
DC07 112 250 Hp 1100 Nm Diesel/HVO/Biodiesel Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) 600 Nm
DC07 111 220 Hp 1000 Nm Diesel/HVO/Biodiesel Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) 600 Nm

Get the right gearbox

Our comprehensive gearbox range can be adapted to all types of transport. For improved drivability, our 8- and 12-speed gearboxes can be fitted with Scania Opticruise and Scania Retarder.

8-speed

The virtue of this gearbox lies in its simplicity. Rugged and compact, there are no crawler ratios and the smooth, positive action makes gearchanging easy. Options include Scania Opticruise, Scania Retarder and a selection of power take-offs.

8+1-speed

This gearbox offers similar advantages, together with an extra crawler ratio. Based on a 4-speed box, plus a planetary section, its strength is more than a match for the high-torque output of any Scania inline engine. Options include Scania Retarder and a selection of power take-offs.

12-speed

This gearbox is built to tackle the most challenging terrain, making it the perfect choice for demanding long-haulage. Its closely stepped ratios combine light weight with ease of driving with exceptional operating economy.

12+2-speed

For applications that demand extra low-speed pulling power, this gearbox has two extra crawler ratios. Designed for optimised economy, it has proved highly successful for both long-distance and regional distribution, as well as heavy construction applications. The overdrive versions offer higher torque capacity, plus overdrive for low and economic cruising revs. Scania Opticruise and Scania Retarder, as well as a selection of power take-offs, are available for all range-splitter gearboxes.

Rear axle gears

Scania’s rear axle range offers a robust and weight optimised design with a wide variety of gears and ratios, so you can find the optimal solution for your operation. All gears are offered with differential locks.

Single driven single reduction

Our gears for single reduction have low complexity and high efficiency and can master gross vehicle and train weights up to 78 tonnes with a wide range of gear ratios from 2.35 up to 5.57.

Single driven hub reduction

The single driven hub reduction axles are offered for the operations where startability, ground clearance and high gross train weights are favourable. They manage gross vehicle and train weights up to 80 tonnes with gear ratios from 3.80 up to 7.18.

TANDEM DRIVEN SINGLE REDUCTION

Tandem driven single reduction is offered for operations where you require traction together with optimal fuel efficiency. The RB662 + R660 tandem gear masters gross vehicle and train weights up to 80 tonnes with gear ratios from 2.92 up to 4.88.

Tandem driven single hub reduction

Our broad tandem driven hub reduction axles are robust and durable and offers great startability and ground clearance. It masters extremely high gross vehicles and train weights to up to 210 tonnes with gear ratios from 3.52 up to 7.63.

Improved up-shift performance

The lay shaft break improves up-shift performance by cutting the time required to change gear. The lay shaft breaks up-shift performance independent of the engine.

Reduced engagement time

A lay shaft break reduces PTO and reverse/crawler engagement time and boosts engagement comfort/robustness. 

Responsive engine

One big benefit with the lay shaft break is that it makes it possible to keep the engine responsive.

Axle configurations

Front, rear, fixed and steered tag axles – Scania can match the requirements of any application. The L-series can be teamed with a wide range of chassis configurations with different heights.

4x2
Chassis height
Normal, low, extra-low, semi-high

6x2
Chassis height
Normal, low, semi-high

6x4
Chassis height
Normal, semi-high

6x2/4
Chassis height
Normal, semi-high
6x2 twin-steer

4x2
Chassis height
Normal, low, extra-low, semi-high

6x2
Chassis height
Normal, low, semi-high

6x4
Chassis height
Normal, semi-high

6x2*4
Chassis height
Low, normal

6x2/4
Chassis height
Normal, semi-high
6x2 twin-steer

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