Alexander Dennis Enviro200
|Alexander Dennis Enviro200|
|Body and chassis|
|Doors||1 or 2 doors|
|Floor type||Low floor|
|Chassis||Alexander Dennis Enviro200|
|Engine||Cummins ISBe (Enviro200)|
MAN D0836 LOH 52 (MAN 14.240)
|Capacity||Various, dependent on length and specification|
|Power output||140 hp (100 kW) to 240 hp (180 kW)|
|Transmission||Allison, Voith, ZF|
|Length||8.9 m (29 ft) to|
11.8 m (39 ft)
|Width||2,440 mm (8.01 ft)|
|Height||2,860 mm (9.38 ft)|
|Curb weight||13–14.4 tonnes (gross)|
|Predecessor||Dennis Dart SLF|
|Successor||Alexander Dennis Enviro200 MMC|
The Alexander Dennis Enviro200 (previously known as TransBus Enviro200) is a single decker low-floor midibus. It was built by Alexander Dennis in three generations starting in 2003. The bus was first built by TransBus International until the company was sold to Alexander Dennis.
First generation (2003–2007)[change | change source]
The first generation TransBus Enviro200 was launched in 2003.
Second generation (2006–2015)[change | change source]
The second generation Enviro200 was launched in August 2006.
Third generation (2015–present)[change | change source]
The third generation Enviro200, known as the Enviro200 MMC (short for Major Model Change), was launched in May 2015.
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