Scania N94

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Scania N94
Scania N94 East Lancs OmniTown.jpg
A Scania N94UB and in the background, a Scania N94UD in Nottingham, England.
Overview
Manufacturer Scania AB
Body and chassis
Doors 1 or 2 doors
Floor type Low-floor
Powertrain
Engine Scania
Chronology
A Scania N94UD "OmniDekka" owned by Reading Transport.

The Scania N94 was a transverse-engined low-floor city bus built by Scania AB, which was a direct replacement of Scania N113.

It was originally available with rigid version N94UB and articulated version N94UA, but from 2002 a double-deck version known as the N94UD also became available.

The N94UD was mainly built for the United Kingdom and initially it was only available with East Lancs bodywork and sold as the OmniDekka, the first bus was built for Metrobus and delivered in 2003.[1] In 2005, Scania unveiled the double-deck OmniCity based on the N94UD. Plans for Wrightbus bodywork on the N94UD chassis were dropped after Wrightbus experienced difficulty adapting the bodywork for the chassis.

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  1. ^ New Generation Double-Decker takes to the road as first Scania Omnidekka enters service with Metrobus - Scania in the United Kingdom

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