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Scania is confident

27th November 1982
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Page 12, 27th November 1982 — Scania is confident
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SCANIA is looking forwai 1983 with "cautious cc dence", despite the prc depressed state of the corn cial vehicle market world wi Between 1971 and 1981 average world productim vehicles totalled 209,000 w peak of 230,000 in 1981, whE in 1982 it will be betv 160,000 and 170,000.

Scania's forecasters antici that total sales of vehicles 16 tonnes gross vehicle w( in Europe next year will be u around 10,000 units, comp with this year, and it is expe that its share of the total continue to grow steadily.

Its performance in Britain been impressive, though, w leap of 63 per cent this compared with last year. even its most hopeful marke searchers do not expect thi continue.

Its latest charge cooled 1114-litre engines (CM, Noven 6) will be available in Bri early in 1983 and developn work on a 6x2 tractive unit twin-steer) for 38-tonne operation is expected to be c plete before then.

Assistant technical editor Blakemore has been dril vehicles fitted with the new gines, and his impression: straight from Sweden — wil in next week's CM.


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