Alexander ALX300

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Alexander ALX300
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Stagecoach Merseyside & South Lancashire ALX300 bodied MAN 18.220 in March 2013
Overview
ManufacturerWalter Alexander Coachbuilders
TransBus
Alexander Dennis
Production1997–2007
Body and chassis
Doors1
Floor typeLow floor
ChassisDAF SB220
MAN 18.220
Volvo B10BLE
RelatedALX100, ALX200, ALX400, ALX500
Powertrain
Capacity34 to 41 seated
Dimensions
Length10.7m to 11.5m
Width2.50m
Height3.00m
Chronology
PredecessorAlexander Strider
Alexander PS type
SuccessorAlexander Dennis Enviro300

The Alexander ALX300 (later known as the TransBus ALX300 and the Alexander Dennis ALX300) was a single-decker bus body. It was built by Alexander and then Transbus International and then Alexander Dennis from 1997 to 2007 respectively. It was made for low-floor bus chassis produced from the late 1990s.

The body could be built on the MAN 18.220 chassis, MAN 18.240 chassis, DAF SB220 chassis or Volvo B10BLE chassis.