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Yes Engine Brake; 6x2 Drive; Polished Aluminum Wheels; 3,150 cm Wheelbase; Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; Raised Roof Sleeper; 6 Euro Rating; 44000 Color; Sleeper Cab; 44,000 kg Gross Vehicle Weight; Leather trim, Swivel passenger seat, Leather multifunction steering wheel, Electric windows, Full ...

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Polished Aluminum Wheels; 3,150 cm Wheelbase; Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; Raised Roof Sleeper; 6 Euro Rating; 44,000 kg Gross Vehicle Weight; Leather trim, Swivel passenger seat, Leather multifunction steering wheel, Electric windows, Full colour instrument display with 7” screen/trip computer ...

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Scania S Series | Review

Scania has walked away with the International Truck of the Year Award for its new S series range. It was launched recently and received a lot of attention in the media thanks to the hype that had been developed in the build-up to the unveiling.

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  Blog Archive
Scania Introduces New Naming Convention For S-Series Models With Flat-Floor Sleeper Cabs
Due to an agreement made with Daimler AG, the firm has reversed the position of its trucks’ horsepower ratings and the series’ S moniker. ...
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Scania L 320 Hybrid Truck Wins Vado e Torno’s Sustainable Truck Of The Year Award In Italy
In addition to reducing harmful emissions, the truck generates lower noise levels and provides better visibility for enhanced safety. ...
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Scania Showing Two L-Series Trucks & One P-Series Model At Freight In The City 2019
The L-Series 320 6x2*4LB Hybrid is making its public debut at the show; it can run in electric-only mode, or in combination with diesel, biodiesel, or HVO. ...
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Scania Unveils New 12.9-Metre, 53-Seat Irizar i6S Coach, First Buyer Is Dudley-Based Dunwood Travel
Dunwood runs a 100% Scania fleet and has purchased Scania coaches every year since 2014; Director Phil Westwood says he is “pleased that [Scania] have been able to offer this option.” ...
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Felixstowe-Based Maritime Transport Limited Recently Ordered 330 Scania Trucks & 20 Volvo FH Models
The UK’s largest container transport company has chosen two-year service contracts for all 350 of its new trucks and intends to keep them in service at least five years. ...
Read More
Scania Announces The Next Generation Of Citywide City & Suburban Buses
The new, more efficient buses have roomier, brighter, more comfortable interiors to help convince more people to use public transport. ...
Read More
Scania New Truck Generation Named Truck Of The Year Latin America For 2020
A panel of 15 judges chosen from among the trucking press in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Peru voted on the award using the same criteria that factor into the International Truck of the Year award. ...
Read More
Lithuania-Based Ekonovus Puts Scania L-Series Into Operation In Vilnius’ Historic Centre
The trucks’ low emissions and high visibility makes them an apt fit for refuse collection in urban areas with narrow streets and stringent environmental regulations. ...
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. ...
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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 S Series | Review

Scania has walked away with the International Truck of the Year Award for its new S series range. It was launched recently and received a lot of attention in the media thanks to the hype that had been developed in the build-up to the unveiling.

scania-truck-of-the-yearThe International Truck of the Year award is an important annual prize bestowed upon models from manufacturers that have managed to fulfil a number of key criteria, from efficiency and safety to comfort and convenience.

In 2017 is was Swedish firm Scania which walked away with the top prize for its new S series range. It was launched recently and received a lot of attention in the media thanks to the hype that had been developed in the build-up to the unveiling.

Technology and Safety

scania s seriesA total of 25 expert judges were involved in the decision-making process, with representatives from a number of major press outlets coming together to select the truck most worthy of the award. And it was not just the new technology which helped to underline the win for the S series but also the extensive servicing packages that Scania offers customers to keep them on the road in the long run.

A spokesperson for the award, Gianenrico Griffini, said that the modern solutions associated with the S series meant that the latest trucks are fairly future-proof, benefiting from connected services to help manage and monitor entire fleets while also keeping track of individual vehicles.

He also said that the cab of the S series was set up in such a way that made it feel more like a car than an HGV, enhancing the experience for drivers and making manoeuvres easier to execute.

The interior dimensions of the cab were praised, with judges pointing out that drivers are given plenty of room to move, with the sleeper cab being a truly liveable space rather than one which is only suitable for short trips.

Safety was another element of the S series which helped it to earn the award, since it comes with curtain airbags on both the driver and passenger doors. Scania claims that it is currently the only manufacturer to have included such a feature on its trucks, putting it ahead of the game in terms of protecting truck drivers, passengers and other road users.

Worked With Customers

scania truck of the yearScania spokesperson Henrik Henriksson said that the firm had spent a long time working with customers in order to formulate the design for the S series, and he argued that the award was a vindication of this potentially time-consuming method of developing a new truck line-up.

He also said that this award paid testament to the dedication and expertise of Scania's engineers while being a sign that Sweden was still an important country thanks to its manufacturing prowess and would continue to be competitive globally in a number of industries.

Scania will no doubt be celebrating the win not just because it signals that the hard work of thousands of employees has paid off, but also because it spent several billion pounds to create the new S series and R series trucks, which it will need to recoup over the coming years through sales and servicing. It is safe to say that these latest models have enjoyed the best possible start in life.
  Blog Archive
Scania Introduces New Naming Convention For S-Series Models With Flat-Floor Sleeper Cabs
Due to an agreement made with Daimler AG, the firm has reversed the position of its trucks’ horsepower ratings and the series’ S moniker. ...
Read More
Scania L 320 Hybrid Truck Wins Vado e Torno’s Sustainable Truck Of The Year Award In Italy
In addition to reducing harmful emissions, the truck generates lower noise levels and provides better visibility for enhanced safety. ...
Read More
Scania Showing Two L-Series Trucks & One P-Series Model At Freight In The City 2019
The L-Series 320 6x2*4LB Hybrid is making its public debut at the show; it can run in electric-only mode, or in combination with diesel, biodiesel, or HVO. ...
Read More
Scania Unveils New 12.9-Metre, 53-Seat Irizar i6S Coach, First Buyer Is Dudley-Based Dunwood Travel
Dunwood runs a 100% Scania fleet and has purchased Scania coaches every year since 2014; Director Phil Westwood says he is “pleased that [Scania] have been able to offer this option.” ...
Read More
Felixstowe-Based Maritime Transport Limited Recently Ordered 330 Scania Trucks & 20 Volvo FH Models
The UK’s largest container transport company has chosen two-year service contracts for all 350 of its new trucks and intends to keep them in service at least five years. ...
Read More
Scania Announces The Next Generation Of Citywide City & Suburban Buses
The new, more efficient buses have roomier, brighter, more comfortable interiors to help convince more people to use public transport. ...
Read More
Scania New Truck Generation Named Truck Of The Year Latin America For 2020
A panel of 15 judges chosen from among the trucking press in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Peru voted on the award using the same criteria that factor into the International Truck of the Year award. ...
Read More
Lithuania-Based Ekonovus Puts Scania L-Series Into Operation In Vilnius’ Historic Centre
The trucks’ low emissions and high visibility makes them an apt fit for refuse collection in urban areas with narrow streets and stringent environmental regulations. ...
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