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Scania F94
Manufacturer Scania AB
Built at Tucumán, Argentina</br>Brazil
Specifications
Length 14 meters
Engine(s) Scania
Transmission Manual
Options Various customer options

Scania F94 is a series of front engine buses built by Scania of Sweden.

These chassis are mainly produced in São Bernardo do Campo, Sao Paulo (Brazil) and Colombres, Tucumán (Argentina) for the South American and African market. Available as 4x2 (the F94HB and F94IB, high and low drive level) as well as the F94HA6x2NA version (articulated), with remotely mounted Voith gearbox and air suspension on both drive (2nd axle) and trailer axle (3rd axle). The latter is known as a 'puller' artic, where no hydraulic articulation control is needed.

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