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The second Volvo B9TL/MCV DD103
|Body and chassis|
|Doors||1 or 2 door|
|Floor type||Low floor|
The first bus was built as demonstrator for Go-Ahead London, but the bus suffered from overweight issue and it was subsequently rebuilt and transferred to Wessex Connect. After a bridge strike, it was subsequently rebuilt as a sightseeing bus for the Windsor Tour.
Due to the first prototype of the new MCV double decker being too heavy to meet TfL requirements, MCV has built a second lighter version of the bus and is being trialed by Go-Ahead London on London Buses route 425.
A third bus was first registered in 2012 and received by London United for fuel comparison.
9 DD103s have been ordered by Golden Tours of London, 6 being Open-Top variants.
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