Hyundai Aero

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Hyundai Aero
Hyundai Aero Express 53S-2214.JPG
Overview
ManufacturerHyundai Motor Company
Mitsubishi Motors
Also calledMitsubishi Fuso Aero Bus
Production1985-2006
Aero Space : 1995-2010
DesignerMitsubishi Fuso
Body and chassis
ClassComplete bus
Body styleSingle-decker coach
PlatformMitsubishi Fuso Aero Bus
Powertrain
TransmissionHyundai (manual), ZF (automatic)
Dimensions
Length11.2m or 12.0m
Width2.5m
Height3.0m
Chronology
PredecessorHyundai RB635
SuccessorHyundai Universe

The Hyundai Aero (hangul:현대 에어로) was a full-sized single-decker coach built by the Hyundai Motor Company. It was primarily used as an intercity bus.

It is distinguishable by a front 'Aero' badge by Aero Space, Aero Express, and Aero Queen, but the common Hyundai badge is usually used on the rear.

In Japan, Asia-Pacific, Mid-East, Africa, South America, its principal competitors are Kia Granbird, Daewoo BH.

Models[edit]

The Aero was designed by Hyundai Motor Company and Mitsubishi Fuso. It was a rebadged Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Bus. The three variants are:

  • Aero Space: both available for diesel and CNG.
    • Aero Space LD: A short wheelbase, standard deck bus.
    • Aero Space LS: A short wheelbase, standard deck bus with air suspension.
    • Aero Hi-Space: A long wheelbase, standard deck bus with air suspension.
  • Aero Express: A long wheelbase bus with air suspension.
    • Aero Express LDX: standard deck bus with air suspension.
    • Aero Express HSX: high deck bus with air suspension.
    • Aero Express Hi-Class: high deck bus with air suspension.
  • Aero Queen: A luxurious long wheelbase, high deck bus with air suspension.
    • Aero Queen
    • Aero Queen Hi-Class

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