The Scania L94 is a longitudinal inclined-engined bus built by Scania AB, which was a direct replacement of Scania L113. It is used widely in Scandinavia, the United Kingdom, Brazil and Australia. In Ireland and Northern Ireland it is also quite popular with companies such as Bus Éireann, Ulsterbus and Citybus (now named Metro].
It can be built as an intercity bus (L94IB) or a low-floor city bus (rigid version L94UB or articulated version L94UA) and features a 9-litre, inline 6-cylinder, turbocharged and intercooled, Euro II compliant engine available in 220 hp/1005 Nm, 260 hp/1180 Nm, or 310 hp/1355 Nm ratings (model DSC9), which was later replaced by the DC9 Euro III compliant engine available in 230 hp/1050 Nm, 260 hp/1250 Nm, or 300 hp/1400 Nm ratings. Optionally, a 9-litre, inline 6-cylinder, turbocharged and intercooled CNG engine was available, initially with only a 260 hp/970 Nm rating (model OSC9 G01 - later upgraded to 260 hp/990Nm), but with the introduction of a higher torque Euro V compliant engine (model OC9) two ratings were available - 260 hp/1100 Nm (OC9 G02 260) and 300 hp/1250 Nm (OC9 G03 300).
In 2006 it was superseded by the new K-series bus chassis range (K230UB, K270UB, K310UB, K270UA, K310UA) with 5-cylinder engines just before Euro IV emissions regulations take effect, and lost its tilted engine.
Scania L94UB bus serving Tallinn city line
V749, a Scania L94UB CNG in service with Brisbane Transport
A Scania L94UB operated by Go North East
DZ2919, an Irizar InterCentury II-bodied Scania L94IB4x2 owned by Pak Shing Travel of Hong Kong
A Wright Solar-bodied Scania L94UB operated by First Chester & The Wirral
A Custom Coaches-bodied Scania L94UA Artic operated by Torrens Transit
A Volgren bodied Scania L94UB demonstrator owned by SBS Transit
Open-top Soon Chow double-deck-bodied Scania L94UB operated by HippoTours, Singapore