Scania P380 8×4 CP14 2004 Ready Complete Heavy Duty

Scania P380 8×4 CP14 2004 Ready Complete Heavy Duty – Scania P380 8×4 CP14 2004 a truck that can make light work from the task. Scania P380 8×4 CP14 2004 has one advantage: the base truck is actually quite easy on the eye, and once you are above the axle line that is what you see. Just walking toward the truck, the eyes are drawn to the deep U-shaped lattice, flanked by a pair of snorkels that divert the air around the corner of the cabin.

Scania P380 8×4 CP14 2004

Like most modern designs, the P-Series cabin is actually scratched a little back, about five degrees, rather than being a straight up and down design, which will offer aerodynamic performance from the besser block. Scania P380 8×4 CP14 2004 with this curvature continues on the roof and sloping windshield. A sunshade hangs over the window, reducing the burden on the driver, with the air deflector also available to push the slipstream above the top of the body.

By having a grille and front underrun protection system, or FUPS-compliant bumpers, the Scania P380 8×4 CP14 2004 is immune to minor shocks and scratches. The door is large and wide, with a full 90 degree opening. There is a slight step from the ground level to the bottom step but it is not uncomfortable, especially with two take-up rails that form three recommended contact points for entry and exit. Overall the 2004 Scania P380 8×4 CP14 exterior cabin appears with high quality, with top-class finishes on paint and cover, even the panel that shows Scania P380 8×4 CP14 2004 is a well-built truck.

Scania P380 8×4 CP14 rigid with CIFA mixer body 2004

Scania P380 8×4 CP14 2004 is equipped with DC12 13 380 six-cylinder engine. With 1,900 Nm (1,400ft-lb) of torque between 1,100-1,350 rpm and peak power of 280kW (375hp) at 1,800rpm. For Scania P380 8×4 CP14 2004 transmission using the OptiCruise manual 12-speed automatic transmission, which can maintain the clutch pedal for first start or reverse, and stop dead after driving.

Scania P380 8×4 CP14 2004

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