Scania 3-series

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Scania Three-Series
Scania 113 M 380.jpg
Overview
Manufacturer Scania
Scania AB
Production 1987–1997
Assembly Södertälje, Sweden (Scania AB)
Body and chassis
Class Heavy truck
Body style

COE, Conventional

  • Day cab
  • Streamline
Platform Scania DC Platform
Powertrain
Engine Scania G, P, R, T 93 (DN9, DS9, DSC9)
Scania P, R, T 113 (DS11, DSC11, DTC11)
Scania R, T 143 (DSC14 V8)
Chronology
Predecessor Scania 2-series
Successor Scania 4-series (1995–2004)
For buses, see Scania 3-series (bus).

The Scania 3-series is a truck model range introduced in 1987 by Swedish truck manufacturer Scania. It is the successor of the 2-series.The 3 series came in a range of different engine sizes and horsepower from 9.0 litre 230 horsepower all the way up to 14 litre V8 500 horsepower engine. Production of the 3-series was stopped after the 4-series were introduced in 1997.

The Scania 143m is generally considered to be the best European tractor unit of its time. It is affectionately honoured by truck enthusiasts and has an unwavering reputation as a reliable and groundbreaking workhorse.

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