Hyundai Aero

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Hyundai Aero
Hyundai Aero Express 53S-2214.JPG
Overview
Manufacturer Hyundai Motor Company
Production 1985-2006
Aero Space : 1995-2010
Designer Mitsubishi Fuso
Body and chassis
Class Rear wheel drive vehicles
Body style Bus
Platform Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Bus
Powertrain
Transmission Hyundai (manual), ZF (automatic)
Chronology
Predecessor Hyundai RB635
Successor Hyundai Universe

The Hyundai Aero (hangul:현대 에어로) is a large coach built by the Hyundai Motor Company. Its primary use is as a tourist bus.

It is distinguishable by a front 'Aero' badge by Aero Space, Aero Express, and Aero Queen, but the common Hyundai badge is usually used on the rear.

In Japan, Asia-Pacific, Mid-East, Africa, South America, its principal competitors are Kia Granbird, Daewoo BH.

Models[edit]

The Aero was designed by Hyundai Motor Company and Mitsubishi Fuso. It was a rebadged Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Bus. The three variants are:

  • Aero Space: both available for diesel and CNG.
    • Aero Space LD: A short wheelbase, standard deck bus.
    • Aero Space LS: A short wheelbase, standard deck bus with air suspension.
    • Aero Hi-Space: A long wheelbase, standard deck bus with air suspension.
  • Aero Express: A long wheelbase bus with air suspension.
    • Aero Express LDX: standard deck bus with air suspension.
    • Aero Express HSX: high deck bus with air suspension.
    • Aero Express Hi-Class: high deck bus with air suspension.
  • Aero Queen: A luxurious long wheelbase, high deck bus with air suspension.
    • Aero Queen
    • Aero Queen Hi-Class

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