|Body and chassis|
|Floor type||Step entrance or Low entry|
|Capacity||up to 60 passengers|
|Length||10.7 - 12.3 metres|
The L113 was largely a cross between the N113 and K113, with the front section of its chassis of a similar height to that of the N113, and an 11-litre engine that was mounted longitudinally as per the K113. However, it differed from both models by having this engine inclined to the side.
In Scandinavia, the L113 was sold mainly as an interurban bus with bodywork by a range of manufacturers including Carrus and Ajokki of Finland and DAB of Denmark. It was also sold as a city bus in South America.
In Portugal, the L113 was sold between 1993 and 1998. The most common bodyworks was the Marcopolo Tricana and Irmãos Mota Atomic UR95, but it was also available with Irmãos Mota Atomic UR89 or CAMO Camus bodyworks, all of them as city buses. However, the L113 was also sold as a coach, almost all of them using Irmãos Mota MKIII bodywork, but they could also be seen bodied with CAMO Riviera.
A total of 77 L113s were supplied to Singapore – Trans-Island Bus Services taking 50 with Alexander Strider bodies and 15 with Greek built ELBO bodies between 1995 and 1997, and Singapore Bus Service taking 12 with Soon Chow bodies in 1995.
The L113 was introduced to the United Kingdom in 1994, with 511 delivered.
In 1997, Scania introduced its 4-series range of buses, which utilised smaller and cleaner engines in order to comply with Euro2 emission limits. The L113 was thus replaced by the 9-litre engined L94.
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