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For buses, see Scania 4-series (bus).
Scania 164 - 480 topline in Donegal 2010 - IMG 1913

A Scania 164L - 480 fitted with Topline cab and pulling a customised trailer, seen in County Donegal ROI in 2010

The Scania 4-series was a truck model range introduced in 1995[1] in Europe and in 1998 in South America by Swedish truck manufacturer Scania.

DescriptionEdit

The 4-series was the successor of the 3-series and was offered in five engine combinations and four chassis types. Production of Scania 4-series was stopped after its successors P-series, R-series and T-series were introduced in 2004.[2]

The engine sizes are - as usual for the 1-4 series - shown in the model name with a number constructed by the cylinder volume in litres followed by the generation of truck. This way a 14 litre engine in the 4-series will be a 144.

The letter following the number describes the chassis type, but in the 4-series this code changed compared to former series. (details needed)

The 4-series changed the well-known Scania front look from quite square and lined to new round and curved shapes. The new cab design also split the grill in two horizontally, making the lower part flip down to make a step usable for better reach when cleaning windows or eventually as a bench while waiting somewhere.

The 4-series was succeeded by the R/P/G-series in 2004, with these technically the 5-series.

Model rangeEdit

Scania 94 Trucks Models
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
Scania P94 DB 6x2 NA 220/260 199X-200X Scania P94DB 6x2 NA 220-260 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania P94 GA 4x2 NZ 220/260 199X-200X Scania P94 GA 4x2 NZ 220 - 260 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania P94 GA 4x2 NA 260 199X-200X Scania P94GA 4x2 NA references [[File:|150px]]
Scania P94 DB 4x2 NZ 220/260 199X-200X Scania P94DB 4x2 NZ 220-260 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania P94 DB 4X2 NA 220/260 199X-200X Scania P94DB 4x2 NZ 220-260 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania P94 DB 4X2 NA 220/260 199X-200X Scania P94DB 4x2 NZ 220-260 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania 114 Tractor Models
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
Scania P114 GB 4x2 NZ 320/330 199X-200X Scania P114 GB 4x2 NZ 320-330 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania P114 GA 4x2 NZ 320/330 199X-200X Scania P114 GA 4x2 NZ 320-330 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania P114 GA 6x2 NA 330 199X-200X Scania P114 GA 6x2 NA 330 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania R114 GB 4x2 NZ 320/330/360 199X-200X Scania R114 GB 4x2 NZ 320-330-360 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania R114 GA 4x2 NZ 320/330/360 199X-200X Scania R114 GA 4x2 NZ 320/330/360 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania T114 GA 4x2 NZ 320/330/360 199X-200X Scania T114 GA 4x2 NZ 320/330/360 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania T114 GB 4x2 NZ 320/330/360 199X-200X Scania T114 GB 4x2 NZ 320/330/360 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania 124 Trucks Models
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
Scania R124 GA 4x2 NZ 360/420 199X-200X Scania R124 GA 4x2 NZ 360/420 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania R124 GB 4x2 NZ 360/420 199X-200X Scania R124 GB 4x2 NZ 360/420 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania R124 LA 4x2 NA 360/420 199X-200X Scania R124 LA 4x2 NA 360/420 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania T124 GB 4x2 NZ 360/420 199X-200X Scania T124 GB 4x2 NZ 360/420 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania T124 GA 4x2 NZ 360/420 199X-200X Scania T124 GA 4x2 NZ 360/420 references [[File:|150px]]
Scania T124 LA 4x2 NA 360/420 199X-200X Scania T124 LA 4x2 NA 360/420 references [[File:|150px]]

PreservationEdit

As a relatively modern truck they are mainly used by collectors as transport for their older vehicles, or customised examples exhibited at truck shows.

See alsoEdit

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