Wright Crusader

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Wright Crusader
ACTION - BUS 138 - Wright 'Crusader' bodied Dennis Dart SLF.jpg
A Wright Crusader bodied Dennis Dart SLF, owned by ACTION.
Overview
Manufacturer Wright
Body and chassis
Doors 1 or 2 door
Floor type Low floor
Chassis Crusader:
Dennis Dart SLF
Volvo B6LE
Crusader 2:
Volvo B6BLE
Powertrain
Engine Cummins B-series (Dennis Dart SLF)
Volvo (Volvo B6LE/Volvo B6BLE)
Chronology

The Wright Crusader is a single-decker bus body built by Wright on Dennis Dart SLF and Volvo B6LE chassis. The Wright Crusader 2 was built on the B6LE's successor, the Volvo B6BLE.

Early Crusaders have tall, square-cornered or Gasket side windows and a shallow roofline, similar to the previous Wright Handybus. Later Crusaders, and all Crusader 2s, have shallower windows with a deeper panel above, bringing them in line with other designs like the Endurance and Pathfinder.

Current operators include Arriva North West, Avon Buses, National Express West Midlands, First Greater Manchester, Transdev Yellow Buses and Stagecoach Merseyside amongst others.

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