Scania N-series

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Scania N-series
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A Scania N230UD with East Lancs Olympus bodywork.
Manufacturer Scania
Also called N UA, N UB, N UD
Production 2006-present
Assembly Sweden: Södertälje
Body and chassis
Class Commercial vehicle
Doors 1-4
Floor type Low floor
Engine Scania
Predecessor Scania N94

The Scania N-series is a series of low-floor city bus chassis with straight-up, transversely mounted Euro IV or newer engine at the rear, built by Scania since 2006.

It is available as N UB (N230UB, N270UB, N280UB)[1] two-axle single-decker, N UA articulated, as well as the N UD (N230UD, N270UD) two-axle double-decker. The double-deck variant is mainly built for use in the United Kingdom, and is available with Optare OmniDekka, Optare Olympus and Alexander Dennis Enviro400 bodywork, it could also be fitted with Scania's own bodywork and sold as the OmniCity.

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