|Number built:||331 (122 2 and 3-car sets)|
|Builder:||ABB Derby / Bombardier Derby|
|Engine:||MTU 6R 183TD13H diesel per car|
|Power:||1, 266 hp (945 kW) / 844 hp (630 kW)|
|Formation:||Typically Driving Motor Standard Lavatory (DMSL)+Motor Standard (MS)+
Driving Motor Composite Lavatory (DMCL) or DMSL+DMCL
(170/3): DMCL+Motor Standard Lavatory Restaurant Buffet (MSLRB)+DMSL
The Class 170 is used throughout the rail network, the largest fleet is operated by ScotRail but Cross Country and London Midland also have sizeable fleets. Greater Anglia are the other current operator. Previous operators include South West Trains , Hull Trains and First TransPennine Express.
There are a number of sub-classes though all share the same specification and equipment. The differences being in seating arrangements.
|X Country 170 518 at Tamworth|
|London Midland 170 634 at Barnt Green|
|X Country 170 397 at Derby|
|Former TPE Class 170 now Chiltern Class 168 325 (at Lapworth)|
 Colin J Marsden, DMU and EMU Recognition Guide (Ian Allan, 2013) p. 154
 John Balmforth, South West Trains (Ian Allan, 2011) p. 58