Keltruck, Europe’s largest independent Scania dealer, will be auctioning off its high-spec Scania XT static demonstrator in the hope of raising a significant sum of money for someone’s favourite charity. The XT R500 NA High Roof 6x2 tractor, which comes with a host of factory options and aftermarket Kelsa light bars, is about to commence a tour of 16 of Keltruck’s 18 UK sites (see box for venues and dates).
Tiger Trailers has confirmed that it will be exhibiting at the CV Show again this year. “We’ve been going to the NEC since 2014,” said joint MD Steven Cartwright (pictured right). “In that first year we didn’t even have a factory, and with no trailers to show we just took a small booth.”Cartwright remembers how a small handful of people “took the p**s” out of the stand and questioned whether the fledgling company would be a success.
Scania has launched the DC07, a new 6.7-litre engine, which it claims will offer a 10% improvement in fuel economy over its 9-litre DC09. The Cummins-built in-line 6-cylinder engine, which also features in the Daf LF as the Paccar PX-7, has been heavily reworked by Scania. It features a completely new fixed geometry turbocharger and Scania’s in-house exhaust gas after-treatment system, allowing it to tackle Euro-6 without the need for EGR.
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