The most compact and city-oriented model in Scania’s lineup, the Scania L-series of trucks was launched in 2017 and is more compact than the rest of the lineup and is designed for multiple starts and stops, easy ingress and egress, It has a relatively low cab to allow drivers and other operators to get in and out with ease. The truck can be configured with either 6 wheels or 10 wheels depending on the cab type chosen.
Dimensions of the L-series from Scania are on the smaller side, which allows this truck better maneuverability compared to its bigger brethren. The height of the cab depends on what configuration you get. Options for this dimension are L-Cab Day Low, L-Cab Day Normal, and L-Cab Cab Day High.
Scania equips its L-series with several engines that include two displacements, two emissions standards, multiple fuel options, as well as multiple power and torque outputs. Take your pick between 7- and 9-liter displacements. Emissions standards also range from Euro 5 to Euro 6. All the brand’s diesel offerings are at least Euro 5 certified, while Euro 6 engine options have the most diverse range of fuel options ranging from diesel/HVO/biodiesel, gasoline, and even ethanol. Expect at least 220 hp and 1,000 Nm of torque, and a max of 280 hp and 1,200 Nm of torque from the 7-liter engines. Moving up, you get at least 280 hp and 1,350 Nm of torque when you opt for the 9-liter range of engines. The highest-rated 9-liter in the selection is a 360 hp, 1,700 Nm diesel/HVO/biodiesel engine. All of these engines can be mated to either an 8- or 8+1-speed Range Change gearbox or a 12- or 12+2-speed Range-Splitter unit.