A rare beast in the UK used truck market, Scania’s latest flagship the S Series will grow in the UK’s used market from 2021 with larger numbers not being seen until 2023 or later.
This new cab supersedes the R Series (which still continues production) as the top cab in the Scania range and obviously the one that all the drivers are yearning for.
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Scania’s New 770HP V8 Range
This is big news. Scania have revealed their new V8 with more power and better fuel economy. The new Scania V8 now takes the title of the most powerful truck in series production in the world with 770hp. Replacing the outgoing 730hp V8, Scania leapfrogs fellow Swede, Volvo with ‘just’ 750hp in their flagship FH750 to take the world’s top power truck title. Scania remain the only truck manufacturer at present that have a ‘V’ engine in their current truck range. Even more impressive is the 770hp model achieves this using SCR only – no EGR in sight. This leaves…>
How many times has a poor station announcer had to tell waiting passengers that there is an issue with the overhead lines on the UK’s otherwise excellent rail network? Plenty. We even hear it on the travel news on the radio when the subsequent delays are significant enough. They can’t suffer from the same issues on the German rail network, not only because there are never any delays, but also because they are considering overhead power lines for their motorway network. Yes, really. Scania's eHighway Truck seen at Germany's IAA in 2018 The Trials Since early July, the first…>
The more complex the trucks on our roads become, the more difficult it becomes to diagnose issues with them immediately. In the old days, when something broke, it looked broken and could be repaired or replaced. With software systems carrying out a lot of the heavy lifting on a modern truck, there is not always an obvious solution in the workshop manual as the systems interact with each other – one small issue in one part of a system could impact a totally different area. To help their workshop network to benefit from all the tricks and fixes regarding these…>