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2011 11 Optare Tempo single deck buses choice of 4. Dual door currently with wheelchair ramp deploying from rear door. 34 seating 44 standing 78 capacity. Mercedes engine. Alison Auto Box, electric Roller Blind display to front and side with number to rear. Direct from work in West London New...

For Sale Price: EUR €25,740

Kidderminster, England, United Kingdom DY11 7SL

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2000 SCANIA 4-SRS D-CLASS P94 DB 4X2 220

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Stoke-On-Trent, United Kingdom ST10 2NP

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Volvo B7R Jonckheere 55 Seater Coach with Aircon, ZF Auto Gearbox, MOT until Dec 2020, has done 511,000km with good 70% tyres all round, Only had one owner since new in Excellent order throughout,

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Leicestershire, United Kingdom LE65 2TT

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Passenger buses have come a long way since the initial horse-drawn and steam-powered models. Today, buses carry more passengers more efficiently, sometimes using alternative fuels.

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Buses

Passenger buses have come a long way since the initial horse-drawn and steam-powered models. Today, buses carry more passengers more efficiently, sometimes using alternative fuels.

Passenger buses have been around since the 1800s, with the earliest models pulled by horses or powered by steam until the development of electric trolleys. The first passenger bus with an internal combustion engine was developed about 1895. In 1910, the first mass-produced bus model, the B-type double-decker bus, made its debut in London.

Early passenger buses were essentially a bus body mounted on a truck chassis. Today, bus manufacturers are focusing efforts on both traditional buses as well as hybrid electric buses and buses powered by fuel cells, electricity, compressed natural gas, or biodiesel.

Some of the most common models of buses for sale on TruckPaper.co.uk come from Mercedes-Benz, Isuzu, and DAF, among others. Careful observers will note a number of little distinctions among these buses: automatic or manual transmissions, maximum seating capacities ranging from 15 all the way up to 42 or more, and either left-hand or right-hand drive. Some are also equipped with wheelchair lifts. Depending on size and capacity, they can be used for municipal transportation, as airport or hotel shuttles, transportation for private tours, and more.

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IVECO BUS Produces 40,000th Crossway Bus, Delivers To Arriva In The Czech Republic
The milestone bus was built in IVECO’s Vysoké Mýto manufacturing plant, which is more than 120 years old and employs more than 5,000 workers including subcontractors. ...
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