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Diesel Fuel Type; 6x2 Drive; Sleeper Cab; All Steel Wheels; Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; - 6x2 Rear Lift Curtainsider - 2018 Moffett M4 20.3 - Sleeper Cab - Automatic Gear Box - 6x2 26T Rearlift Curtainsider- - Scania G Series Highline Sleeper Cab- - 3 Pedal Opti Cruise Automatic Gear...

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CORMAC LEONARD
ARMAGH, United Kingdom BT61 7NN

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2013 SCANIA G320 HIGHLINE SLEEPERCAB 6X2 28FT CURTAINSIDE BODY, TUCK AWAY TAIL LIFT, 8FT 6" THROUGH CURTAIN, THREE PEDAL OCTICRUISE BOX, 338108 MILES, UK TEST OCT. 2019, TIDY TRUCK

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Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; 2016 Scania G320 6x2 Curtain sided Fitted with a 30 Foot body Barn Doors Rear steering axel Moffat Mount Stream line cab Air kit Lane assist Hill assist Air con Side sensors Beacons Kelsa Bar LED Fog lights Euro 6 12 Months MOT 2 Yearly tacho calibration Good Tyres A...

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Jack Hillas & Sons
Halifax, England, United Kingdom HX3 7TF

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2016 (65 Plate) G320DB6x2MNA 280,000kms, 2 Pedal Opticruise, 450L Fuel Capacity, A/C, Fridge (in cab), Chereau Body, Thermo King Fridge, 8ft Width, 8ft 5 Height, 30ft Length, Bumper and Visor Spots, Full Service History

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West Bromwich, United Kingdom B71 4JW

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2012 (12 Plate) G320DB6x2MNA 413kms, Manual, 450L Fuel Capacity, Fridge, A/C, Twin Bunks, Tuck Under Taillift, 30ft Length, 8ft Width, Full Service History, 2 Demount Bodies

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West Bromwich, United Kingdom B71 4JW

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2010 (10) Scania G320 320 6x2 Midlift Rigid, SLEEPER CAB, MANUAL GEARBOX, 26 TONNE, CURTAINSIDER, FRIDGE, BODY 7.85M, MOT JULY 18, EXCELLENT CONDITION

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EM Rogers
Northampton, United Kingdom NN57UN

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Scania G Series Overview

The G Series is certainly a step up from the P Series, both in terms of power and in accommodation. The cabs are larger, with more storage space, and are more suited to national distribution with overnight stops.

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  Blog Archive
Scania G Series Update June 2016
After the introduction of its next-generation trucks, it may have seemed that Swedish firm Scania was finished with significant launches for the time being... ...
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Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue Receives First Scania Fire Truck, One Of 33 To Come Over The Next Three Years
The 18-tonne P 320 is equipped with an Angloco Pumping Appliance and an all-steel safety crew cab with room for up to six personnel and firefighting gear. ...
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Scania Introduces New 10.9-Metre Touring HD Coach With Maximum Capacity Of 45 Seats
Based on Scania’s 9-litre, 360-horseopwer chassis, the new coach comes in two configurations and provides improved fuel efficiency. ...
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Scania To Produce 25 Limited-Edition S-Series Trucks Commemorating 50th Anniversary Of Its V8 Engine
Scania says its V8 enjoys legendary status among operators and drivers, and that V8 models represent “a significant proportion of” the firm’s sales in the UK. ...
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InHealth Adds New Scania S 500 Trucks For Mobile Healthcare Operations
Sustainability and driver preference weighed heavily in the firm’s selection process. ...
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Scania Develops New 540HP Top Version Of 13-Litre Engine
Developed for customers who want plenty of power but need to keep front axle weights low, the new engine offers fuel savings of up to 2%. ...
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Cornwall-Based Bott Limited Expands Its Fleet With Two New Scania S 410 Trucks, With One More On The Way
Logistics Manager Chris Sweeney says premium trucks and premium service are the keys to minimising the risk of disruption due to vehicle downtime. ...
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Container Transport Specialist Chooses 'Ultrashort' Scania G 370 For Capacity & Manoeuvrability
The firm needed to replace a Euro 3 truck that had been banned from entering the city of Utrecht, and the G 370 met their needs for emissions compliance, efficiency, manoeuvrability, and more. ...
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Polish Transport Company Drives Liquefied Gas-Powered Scania R 410 7,822 Kilometres From Poland To Spain & Back Again
Wojtex Transport’s owner Wojciech Kusnerz initially looked at the trip as “a very risky decision,” but upon its successful completion now sees liquefied gas as “the fuel of the future.” ...
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Scania Introduces The NXT, A Battery-Electric Self-Driving Concept Vehicle That Serves As A Passenger Bus, Delivery Vehicle & Refuse Truck
Slated for 2030 and beyond, the self-driving modular vehicle is designed to show the kinds of transport solutions that are within reach and includes a number of cutting-edge technologies that are currently available. ...
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Scania G Series's Timeline

Click on the dates in the timeline below to view interesting events in Scania G Series's history

01.01.2006
Launch
Scania P-Series introduced to fill the gap between the small P-Series and the top end R-Series.

Scania G Series Overview

The G Series is certainly a step up from the P Series, both in terms of power and in accommodation. The cabs are larger, with more storage space, and are more suited to national distribution with overnight stops.


Used Scania G Series

The Scania G Series is a mid-range truck that sits between the smaller P Series and range-topping R Series. It was launched in 2006 and is focused on the construction and medium-distance transport sectors, offering a good choice of three sleepers, a day and a short cab. Many Scania G Series trucks come with tipper bodies and the excellent Euro 5 DC13 engine with power ratings between 400hp and 480hp. These 13-litre engines have incredible torque characteristics, with up to 2,500Nm available between 1,000rpm and 1,300rpm.

This makes them capable of pulling the heaviest loads and is one reason they excel as tippers. Generally, you will find them with the eight-speed manual GR905 gearbox, although some have been upgraded to the 14-speed GRS905 automatic unit. This latter box also has a couple of crawler gears and an overdrive option. The OptiCruise option allows two-pedal operation and is an excellent labour saver, always choosing the right gear option. Just stick the dial in ‘D' and forget about it.

The G Series is certainly a step up from the P Series, both in terms of power and in accommodation. The cabs are larger, with more storage space, and are more suited to national distribution with overnight stops. They are available either as tractors or rigids and the range of available chassis, cab and engine combinations makes them exceptionally versatile. Inside those cabs you will find a semi-flat cab floor and a wraparound dash with well-laid-out controls. Visibility is superb, aided and abetted by an excellent mirror setup.

2011 saw Scania release a specialist G Series for off-road work. Scania designed these to withstand the toughest operating environments and this is immediately obvious from the rugged external features. You will notice a bigger steel bumper protruding 135mm from the cab to protect it from site damage. There is also a protective steel plate running underneath the cab to protect lower components from grounding damage. Other enhancements include the addition of a step on the bumper for easier windscreen cleaning and protective guards for the separately mounted headlights and indicators.

The Scania G Series is pretty much ideal for the job. It is a well-thought-out truck and features such as the increased chassis height, strength of frame and suspension system makes it ideal for the tough world of construction. As they were only launched in 2006, there is a limited number available on the second-hand market, but if you can find a used Scania G Series then it could make for a particularly sound investment.


  Blog Archive
Scania G Series Update June 2016
After the introduction of its next-generation trucks, it may have seemed that Swedish firm Scania was finished with significant launches for the time being... ...
Read More
Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue Receives First Scania Fire Truck, One Of 33 To Come Over The Next Three Years
The 18-tonne P 320 is equipped with an Angloco Pumping Appliance and an all-steel safety crew cab with room for up to six personnel and firefighting gear. ...
Read More
Scania Introduces New 10.9-Metre Touring HD Coach With Maximum Capacity Of 45 Seats
Based on Scania’s 9-litre, 360-horseopwer chassis, the new coach comes in two configurations and provides improved fuel efficiency. ...
Read More
Scania To Produce 25 Limited-Edition S-Series Trucks Commemorating 50th Anniversary Of Its V8 Engine
Scania says its V8 enjoys legendary status among operators and drivers, and that V8 models represent “a significant proportion of” the firm’s sales in the UK. ...
Read More
InHealth Adds New Scania S 500 Trucks For Mobile Healthcare Operations
Sustainability and driver preference weighed heavily in the firm’s selection process. ...
Read More
Scania Develops New 540HP Top Version Of 13-Litre Engine
Developed for customers who want plenty of power but need to keep front axle weights low, the new engine offers fuel savings of up to 2%. ...
Read More
Cornwall-Based Bott Limited Expands Its Fleet With Two New Scania S 410 Trucks, With One More On The Way
Logistics Manager Chris Sweeney says premium trucks and premium service are the keys to minimising the risk of disruption due to vehicle downtime. ...
Read More
Container Transport Specialist Chooses 'Ultrashort' Scania G 370 For Capacity & Manoeuvrability
The firm needed to replace a Euro 3 truck that had been banned from entering the city of Utrecht, and the G 370 met their needs for emissions compliance, efficiency, manoeuvrability, and more. ...
Read More
Polish Transport Company Drives Liquefied Gas-Powered Scania R 410 7,822 Kilometres From Poland To Spain & Back Again
Wojtex Transport’s owner Wojciech Kusnerz initially looked at the trip as “a very risky decision,” but upon its successful completion now sees liquefied gas as “the fuel of the future.” ...
Read More
Scania Introduces The NXT, A Battery-Electric Self-Driving Concept Vehicle That Serves As A Passenger Bus, Delivery Vehicle & Refuse Truck
Slated for 2030 and beyond, the self-driving modular vehicle is designed to show the kinds of transport solutions that are within reach and includes a number of cutting-edge technologies that are currently available. ...
Read More