The Citywide nameplate was used to replace the aging OmniLink model for Scania. The Suburban line was introduced in 2017, and it features a simpler platform with a “Low Entry” passenger doorway for easy access.
In the lineup, the LE Suburban is one of the most compact buses in the lineup, with a minimum length of only 11 meters. For companies and liners looking for a slightly longer version, Scania also supplies a 13-meter version of the Suburban. However, the 13-meter model features up to three axles in order to accommodate more passengers.
Several powertrains make the lineup versatile enough to meet passenger transport quotas and demands. The lineup includes engines that run on biogas, bioethanol, HVO, diesel, and biodiesel. Engines available for the model include either a 7-liter or 9-liter turbo-diesel engine that outputs between 250 to 320 hp and 1,100 to 1,600 Nm of torque, respectively. Scania’s buses operate on a wide variety of fuels as well to conform to strict emissions standards that are likely present within developed cities, and the brand promises efficiency and low emissions with the Citywide’s kit.
Scania CITYWIDE LE Suburban Big Bus Variant and Pricelist
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