A Van Hool-bodied B12M of New Bharat Coaches stands at Edinburgh bus station
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The Volvo B12M is an underfloor-engined bus/coach chassis introduced by Volvo Buses in 2001 as a replacement for the Volvo B10M. It is available with a variety of bodies such as the Van Hool T9 Alizee, Sunsundegui Sideral and Plaxton Panther/Paragon. Large British users of the B12M include Wallace Arnold, Park's Motor Group and WA Shearings. In Brazil, there's a bi-articulated version to Volvo B12M, built in Curitiba. Also in Curitiba, there will be 94 bi-articulated Volvo B12M buses in a 28 meter configuration (10 of them are already in operation), making it the world's longest bus.
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