Mercedes-Benz Cito

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Mercedes-Benz Cito
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Mercedes-Benz Cito
Manufacturer Mercedes-Benz
Body and chassis
Floor type low-floor

The Mercedes-Benz Cito (coded as O520) was a low-floor midibus built by EvoBus for Continental Europe between 1999 and 2003. Unusual for buses at that time, it had a diesel-electric transmission and was planned to have a hybrid engine or a fuel cell at a later stage. The Diesel engine was positioned above the rear axle.

The bus was available in three lengths: 8.1 metre, 8.9 metre, and 9.6 metre long. It has a width of 2.35 m.

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