Scania Debuts 900, 1,150hp Engines for the North American Pleasure Market
Scania is making available its new powerful and lightweight range of engines – fully emissions certified for the U.S. pleasure craft market, including a line-up commanded by a 900 HP, six-cylinder, 13-liter in-line and an 1,150 HP 16-liter V8 Scania engines.
Built on a Compacted Graphite Iron (CGI) engine block and employing a simple wastegate turbocharger, Scania delivers top-of-class performance without the need for additional turbos or superchargers. The resulting light weight, combined with Scania’s proprietary Engine Management System (EMS) and common rail extra high-pressure injection system (XPI), optimizes fuel delivery enabling impressive torque, lower noise and exceptional fuel efficiency, certified by the EPA to meet the Tier 3 Recreational standard for marine diesel engines.
Scania’s engines are designed to withstand the harshest marine conditions while providing maximum uptime and minimal wear. In addition, their compact, modular and lightweight construction make for a solution that is both easy to install and maintain. Suitable for a variety of installations, the engines possess an impressive list of standard and optional features.
Yacht owners will benefit from Smart Support by Scania – an intelligent, intuitive and predictive system of providing superior support and service for customers in North America. Smart Support is comprised of a highly-trained network of over 300 specialized service workshops and close to 2,000 service points worldwide; a state-of-the-art logistics system, ensuring 98 percent parts availability within 24 hours in North America; and Scania Assistance, providing 24/7/365 access to professional service coordinators to rapidly address questions, and oversee the process of locating parts and expediting repairs.
Scania’s new 13-liter and 16-liter pleasure craft engines ranging from 700 to 900 HP and 1,000 to 1,150 HP, respectively, are now available and are ideal for yachts being built in, or for export to, the United States and Canada.