Scania’s new models have been revealed, heralding a generation of more efficient and spacious trucks from the manufacturer. New R-series (pictured left) and S-series (right) models were unveiled in Paris tonight (23 August), with the new trucks said to be up to 5% more efficient than the manufacturer’s most recently launched product, the Streamline in 2013. The trucks have been designed to provide enhanced aerodynamic performance, and following years of testing Scania believes they will be the most aerodynamic trucks […]
Fowler Welch has revealed to MT that it is running an extensive Euro-6 trial, ahead of its planned fleet replacement purchasing next year.
In my archive, I have a Commercial Motor road test cutting, unusually with an accompanying video, dated 15 December 1996. It is of a back-to-back road test of two identically laden ERF EC12s belonging to BOC Distribution, carried out by Toby Clark, then vehicles editor and me, then engineering editor.
Volvo Group has made a €400m (£317m) provision after being notified by the European Commission (EC) that it is suspected of involvement in a cartel, along with several other heavy- and medium-duty truck manufacturers.