Scania Commercial Lorries and Trucks Are Dependable Work Vehicles
Scania has been making commercial trucks and lorries for many decades. You can find affordable Scania V8s for sale on eBay.Types of Scania commercial lorries and trucks
These are some of the more common Scania trucks for sale on eBay that you will find:
- Articulated Lorry - An articulated lorry has a cab that can be fully separated from the rest of the vehicle.
- Cab and Chassis - Scania has a line of cab and chassis trucks that can be configured to specification.
- Car Hauler - A car hauler is a semi-trailer or trailer that is designed to transport passenger vehicles by truck.
- Curtainsider - A curtainside truck has a movable side panel that is usually a soft material and is used for easy loading and unloading of the truck.
- Flatbed - A flatbed truck is a truck that has an open, flat bed behind the cab.
- Hook Loader - These trucks have hooklift hoists that are used to change out flatbeds, dumpsters, and other containers.
- Horse truck - A horse truck is used to transport horses, and they can range in size from a small unit for two or three horses to a gooseneck design that can carry up to eight horses.
- Low Loader - A low loader is a semi-trailer that has two drops in the deck: one after the gooseneck and one right after the front wheels.
- Concrete mixer - These trucks combine cement, aggregates, and water in a revolving drum to mix into concrete.
- Recovery Vehicle - A recovery vehicle is used to transport disabled vehicles.
- Tanker Truck - A tanker truck transports gases or other types of liquified loads.
- Tipper - A tipper takes loads of fine particles. The front of the bed is raised and lowered by a hydraulic arm in order to tip out the load.
Most Scania commercial trucks and lorries have automatic, manual, and semi-automatic transmission choices. Many of the available new and used Scania trucks for sale on eBay have manual transmissions.Axle configurations for Scania lorries and trucks
Scania commercial vehicles have varied axle configurations. These are drive trains that signify how the driving power is distributed between the wheels of the vehicle. Most Scania commercial trucks and lorries will have one of these axle configurations: