Scania Trucks For Sale

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The fact that Scania Trucks receive the highest number of searches of all brands here on is a clear indicator that they just keep going from strength to strength. Purpose-built for everything from long haulage to construction, there’s a Scania truck for every business or personal need.

The excellent reputation of the Scania V8 engine helps with Scania Trucks’ standing as a manufacturer with rock solid residual values. Previously family controlled for many years, Scania is now alongside MAN under the control of Volkswagen as part of their ever-expanding automotive empire.  Scania is keen to protect its unique identity and has distanced itself from other group companies, although it is likely that there will be some sharing of technology with MAN over time.

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Scania 4 Series 2004 (04) SCANIA 114 TRACTOR UNIT
Scania 4 Series 2004 (04) SCANIA 114 TRACTOR UNIT POA
2004 | Specialist 6X2. 420 ENGINE
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Scania 4 Series P94 260 10 Tyre Rear Lift Flatbed
Scania 4 Series P94 260 10 Tyre Rear Lift Flatbed £7,950.00
2000 | Flats | 26000kg 2000 Scania P94 260 6x2 10 Tyre Rear Lift Day Cab Flatbed, 8 Speed Manual Gearbox, Radio/Stereo, Excellent Condition - We can organise shipping to any Worldwide destination - Contact for a quote
Law Exports Ltd
Scania 4 Series P94 260 6x4 Steel Tipper
Scania 4 Series P94 260 6x4 Steel Tipper £12,950.00
2001 | Tippers | 26000kg 2001 Scania P94 260 6x4 Day Cab Steel Tipper on Springs Suspension, Double Diff Double Drive, 8 Speed Manual Gearbox, Radio/Stereo, Excellent Condition - We can organise shipping to any Worldwide destination - Contact for a quote
Law Exports Ltd
Scania P Series P400
Scania P Series P400 POA
2011 | Refuse Body | 32000kg Heil MKV 31.1 Rear end loader REL with 5 ton skip arms and trade bin lift as well as on borad weighing and printerMoT Due Jun 18log book present
Hopkinsons Fairdeals Ltd
Scania P Series P250
Scania P Series P250 POA
2016 | Refrigerated Box & 2015 4x2 Curtainsiders. Sleeper cab, air deflector kit. Air conditioning, night heater, 27ft body, tuck-away tail-lift, very low mileage. Opti-cruise & manuals. Engine Power: 250
Scania R Series R440
Scania R Series R440 POA
Scania R Series R400 6X2 MID-LIFT TRACTOR UNIT
Tyneside Commercials
Scania R Series R560 Topline 6x2
Scania R Series R560 Topline 6x2 POA
2012 | Tractor Unit | 44000kg *******Please quote Ref no: t101496****** Office (+44) (0) 2887 789 775 ........................................ Nigel (+44) (0) 7780 665 737 Office (+44) (0) 161 736 8000 ........................................ Paul (+44) (0) 7956 528 147
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Scania R Series R520 Topline 6x2
Scania R Series R520 Topline 6x2 POA
2015 | Tractor Unit | 44000kg *******Please quote Ref no: t101567****** Cab White - Chassis Grey - 1 Owner - 1 year PSV - Full Contract service mileage history - ( Tipping & Pumping hydraulics not fitted (( but optional if required )) - Autolube optional if required - Suspension 2 leaf front & air rear - Full A.D.K - Twin beds - Euro 6 - Diesel V8 engine - 520 hp - 16ltr - Adblue - LEZ Compliant - Twin Fuel tanks ds 200 &
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Scania P Series  P380 8x4 STEEL TIPPER 2007 SF57 CZP
Scania P Series P380 8x4 STEEL TIPPER 2007 SF57 CZP £16,750.00
2007 | Tippers | 32000kg Scania P Series Day Cab Scania 380Bhp Turbo Air to Air Charge Cooled Euro 4 Engine Scania 9 Speed Manual Synchromesh Gearbox Scania Single Reduction Drive Axles c/w Diff/Cross Locks Steel Drive Axle Suspension Straight Beam Front Axles Full Drum Braking System c/w ABS Control Charlton Steel Tipping Body c/w Single Piece Tail Gate Binotto Front End Tipping Ram c/w In Cab Controls Electric Flip Net
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Click on the dates in the timeline below to view interesting events in Scania's history
Scania Start on Railway
Railway carriages were the name of the game in the early years of what would become Scania. The initial company, Vabis, with which Scania soon merged, started to develop trucks and cars before the turn of the century.
First Scania Trucks Produced
Scania produced its first truck two years after becoming officially established in Malmo, Sweden.
Scania merged with Vabis
Scania merged with Vabis to become Scania-Vabis and continue to compete for business across Europe.
First Diesel Engine
The Scania diesel engine makes its first appearance.
Scania Start Modular System
Scania’s modular system came to the fore in the company’s first instance of the use of standardised components in a diesel model, namely the Royal.
Direct Injection Diesels Used
The robustness of the engines in Scania trucks was further bolstered by the inception of direct injection diesel engines.
Scania Expands Production into Netherlands
International expansion continues into the Netherlands.
Scania Merges with Saab
Europe sees the most powerful engine ever produced for a truck in Scania-Vabis’ 14-litre V8, which boasted a remarkable 350bhp. In the same year, the company merged with Saab to become Saab-Scania.
Scania 2 Series Introduced
After rapid international expansion throughout the 1970s, Scania introduced its 2 Series.
Scania 3 Series Introduced
The 3 Series saw international recognition and awards, whilst the manufacturing process enabled bespoke customer trucks to be made.
Scania 4 Series Launched
The 4 Series sees a new 12-litre engine introduced alongside an updated cab and new chassis
1,000,000 Truck Milestone Reached
Scania manufactures its one millionth truck.
VW Acquired Majority Voting Rights in Scania
The ownership of Scania is shifted to Volkswagen as it acquires almost 70% of the voting rights of the company.
Scania Register First Euro 6 Trucks
Ahead of the rest of the market, Scania registered the first Euro 6 truck as soon as the standards were adopted
Scania Euro 6 Range Complete
The first manufacturer to achieve Euro 6 with a V8 engine, the company led the top power tractor unit race into 2014
Scania truck video
Take a look at Scania's New Euro 6 truck range



Scania Trucks Info

As one of the UK’s most recognisable industrial vehicle manufacturers, Scania prides itself on providing superior products at incredible value for its customers.

Its reputation is built on customer retention through the obvious quality of its trucks, buses and coaches.

What began in the late 19th century as a railway carriages outfit has become one of the world’s most trusted vehicle manufacturers, producing instantly recognisable trucks and heavy goods vehicles everywhere.

It all started in Sweden, but the Scania Group has, over the course of more than a century, expanded its operations into the Netherlands, Argentina and France to produce the wide variety of trucks you can see on today. 


Which Scania truck is right for me?


Scania 2 Series - A 1988 Example kept in top condition
2 Series Scania



2 Series

The 1980s saw the introduction of the 2 Series, Scania’s rigid and robust heavy truck. It’s suitable for local and regional distribution.  Now becoming collectable as a historic truck of significance, as it was the first modern cab to come out of the Swedish manufacturer.  

If you find a clean one, snap it up!



Scania 3 Series - A 143 500 6x4
3 Series Scania

3 Series

First introduced in 1987, the 3 Series is a heavy truck class with a conventional body style. The variety of engine sizes available means that it’s still a truck suited to almost all jobs.  

It is becoming a little long in the tooth and is now often seen in breakers yards, heading for export or, if it is a particularly clean example, heading for a classic truck collection.


4 Series Scania Topline from 2002
4 Series Scania

4 Series

1995 saw the introduction of the now familiar curved edges on Scania trucks. There are five engine combinations on the 4 Series. It was succeeded in 2004 by the G, P and R Series.  

Click through to the 4 Series page and you will find our explanation of the complicated numbering system Scania uses to describe the 2, 3 and 4 series range.



Scania G Series G480
G Series Scania

G Series

Available as a rigid or tractor unit, the G-Series has a choice of five different cab types: three sleepers, a day cab and a short cab. They are larger than the P-series and come with a wider choice of engines.  Looking for a larger cab still? Then you need to look at the R Series, Scania's top sized cab - especially the Topline Griffin model.

P Series

Scania P Series Tractor Unit with Pet Regs
P Series Scania

The P-series cab comes in five different sizes: three sleeper cabs,a day cab and one short cab. P-Series customers are usually involved in the construction industry or regional and local distribution.  

The truck is particularly suited to petrol tanker operations or 'pet regs'.  These are typically super-lightweight and have a smaller mid-lift axle to maximise legal payload of the tanker operation.

R Series

Pair of R Series Scania Tractor Units from 2011
R Series Scania

Available as a tractor or rigid, R Series trucks, Scania’s flagship, are particularly optimised for long-haulage. It’s the series with the most powerful of all production trucks, the R730.

T Series

The T Series completed the new range of trucks for Scania, alongside the R and P Series. It’s geared up mainly for long-haulage and construction. Now discontinued, the bonneted cab is a much sought after used truck both in the UK and abroad in export markets.  If you can find one keep hold of it, as they will definately become even more collectable.

Scania T Series Cab
T Series Scania
Connected Scania Trucks Prove Popular

Last week Scania revealed that 170,000 of the trucks that it has sold in the past half decade and that are still in use feature high-end connectivity features to provide feedback and... Read More

Scania Trucks With Ethanol-Powered Euro 6 Engines Announced

A new range of distribution trucks powered by ethanol-compatible engines that comply with the Euro 6 standards for emissions and efficiency has been revealed by Scania via an official... Read More

Scania Gives Go-Ahead For Renewable Fuel Use In Trucks

Scania trucks equipped with Euro 6 engines are now officially eligible to be used in conjunction with biodiesel and HVO (hydrotreated vegetable oil) in order to benefit from a significant... Read More

Electric Motorways Will Power Swedish Trucks

In the next 15 years the Swedish government will be pursuing a huge project which will see it attempt to turn the entire nation’s transport infrastructure into one which can run without... Read More

Strong Truck Sales Help Bolster Market Performance

The first half of 2015 has been a lucrative period for truck manufacturers, as the number of new vehicles in this category registered in the UK was up by 40%, according to statistics... Read More

Scania Achieves Record European Market Share

Scania has announced that its share of the truck market in Europe reached record levels in the first six months of 2015. The Swedish company saw its share soar to 17.2% of the total... Read More

Scania Celebrates 50 Years Of Business In China

These days, almost every car and truck manufacturer is desperate to grab a slice of the action in the huge and growing Chinese market. One truck manufacturer, however, got there a... Read More

2009 Model Scania R Series Review

The International Truck of the Year (ITOY) is undoubtedly a good place to start your search for a good used truck. Each year a learned panel selects the best from a talented line-up of... Read More

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Scania Curtainsiders

Used curtainsider trucks need to be reliable in spite of their age and must be equipped with enough cab features to keep drivers happy. And buying a vehicle of this kind with Scania’s distinctive name tag attached will deliver on both counts. You will tend to encounter models from this firm in the weight category of 18 tonnes and up, with curtainsider bodies that can accommodate a range of... Read more

Scania Tippers

A tipper truck has to be a tough customer or else it cannot hope to compete in the current market. And Scania’s tipper trucks are certainly durable, with many models managing to survive for decades and come back to the market to be sold to new owners looking for an affordable way to procure just such a vehicle. 4x2, 6x2 and even 8x4 variants are available used, with Scania making tippers... Read more

Scania Tractor Unit

Scania tractor units are a good choice on the used truck market, because this firm is well known for making machines that can go the distance and endure the tests and trials thrown up on the open road for mile after mile. Being able to couple a range of bodies and trailers to one of its powerful vehicles is an advantage for a variety of reasons. And from modern R Series models to legacy units... Read more

Scania 4 Series Tippers

The Scania 4 Series tipper truck range was designed by a team that knew all about the demands which would be placed on this type of vehicle. And the number of used examples still available is evidence of how well these trucks have fared over the years, even in a line of work that can be relatively punishing. Tipper bodies should be resilient and reliable, making construction jobs easier, whether... Read more

Scania 4 Series Tractor Unit

If you need a truck tractor unit that pulls no punches, then the Scania 4 Series should shine out as a compelling option, especially on the used market where there are many fine examples available at a lower price than you might have anticipated. The last of these 32 to 44 tonne machines were registered in the UK in 2005, having since been superseded by the G and R series tractor units. But the... Read more

Scania G Series Tractor Unit

Scania G Series tractor units are created to occupy an all-rounder role within the firm’s truck range, meaning that they are just as well suited for construction work as they are for distribution and long-distance haulage. When buying a used Scania G Series, it is important to consider things such as the power and efficiency of the engine, the in-cab features and the condition of the... Read more

Scania P Series Curtainsiders

Rigid curtainsiders that form part of the popular Scania P Series can take demanding distribution work in their stride. Whether intended for daily use on regular routes around towns and cities or for long-haul journeys with overnight stops involved, you can find a used P Series curtainsider truck that will be just right for the role in question. As you would expect from one of the world’s... Read more

Scania P Series Hookloaders

With a used Scania P Series hookloader you do not have to settle for second best. Instead you can procure a cost-effective machine designed to load containers quickly for the briefest of turnarounds. The P Series may be a compact platform, but these 32-tonners are no lightweights when it comes to productivity. Big cabs, reliable engines and respected third-party hookloader mechanisms abound on... Read more

Scania P Series Tippers

Scania P Series tippers may come with a more compact cab than those available on the firm’s larger long-haul trucks, but they can still put in a good day’s work and act efficiently to transport loose loads for construction, demolition or waste management purposes. Standard steel body tippers are featured in this range, as are bulk tippers with alloy containers on the rear. Old and new... Read more