Iveco MyWay

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Iveco MyWay
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An Iveco MyWay of Ferrovie Emilia Romagna in Rimini.
Body and chassis
Doors 1 or 2 doors
Floor type step entrance

Iveco MyWay (later known as Irisbus MyWay) was a class of buses produced by Iveco and then by Irisbus, from 1999 to 2006.

MyWay is a bus for extraurban routes. Designed to replace the Iveco EuroRider, it was produced in an only version with a length of 12 meters, the only option regarding the central door, which could be single or double. Units produced from 1999 to 2001 had the IVECO brand, with a FIAT AIFO Engine with a power of 350 HP. Starting from 2002, the buses were provided with a new Cursor engine, with power of 310 or 352 HP. The MyWay had 55 or 53 seats, depending from the type of the central door.

The MyWay was replaced by the new Irisbus models Arway and Crossway in 2007.

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