Hyundai County

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Hyundai County
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A Hyundai County operated by Taichung City Bus in Taichung, Taiwan.
Overview
ManufacturerHyundai
Also calledHaw Tai County (China)[1]
Production1998–present
DesignerHyundai Motor Company Design Center
Body and chassis
ClassMinibus
Body styleSingle-decker bus (short & long body)
Doors2
Floor typeStep-entrance
RelatedKia Combi
Powertrain
EngineHyundai F160/170 (Korea Market) Hyundai D4BB
TransmissionHyundai (manual)
Allison (automatic)
Dimensions
Length6600mm to 7800mm
Width2500mm
Height2930mm
Chronology
PredecessorHyundai Chorus

The Hyundai County (hangul:현대 카운티) is a single-decker minibus manufactured by the truck & bus division of Hyundai. It was introduced in 1998 as a successor to the Chorus. It is primarily available as city buses and tourist buses.

It is related to the now-discontinued Kia Combi.

Models[edit]

Hyundai County & e-County are designed by Hyundai Motor Company Jeonju Design Center. The County was built between 1998 and 2004, a new variant e-County was built since 2004.

Model name (South Korea)[edit]

  • Gold
  • Tour (Rent A Car Bus)
  • Super
  • Deluxe
  • Standard

Lineup & body types[edit]

Hyundai County SWB built in Russia in Moscow
  • County short body: 16/25 passengers
  • County long body: 25/40 passengers
  • County long body Limousine: 12/25 passengers

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