Irisbus Arway

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Irisbus Arway
Irisbus Arway Brønnums Turistfart front.jpg
An Irisbus Arway at Denmark
Overview
Manufacturer Irisbus
Body and chassis
Class Intercity bus
Body style Single-decker coach
Doors 1 door or 2 doors
Floor type Step entrance
Powertrain
Capacity 35-50 seated
Dimensions
Length 11.4m, 12m and 12.7m
Width 2.7m and 3m
Height 3.4m and 3.6m

The Irisbus Arway (SFR160) was a class of single-decker intercity buses produced by Irisbus in Vysoké Mýto, Czech Republic.

The Arway were single-decker coaches for suburban routes. It was designed to replace the models MyWay (original Iveco model) and Ares (original Renault model), whence the name Arway. It is provided with a climatisation system, Hi-Fi system and also, on demand, a board for handicapped people. It has two doors, the central one available in single or double format.

The engine is an IVECO Cursor 8, Euro IV standard, with a 7,880 cc displacement, developing a power of 330 or 380 hp, depending on the version. The first Arways were delivered in France in 2006. In Italy, it is in service with public transport companies at Piacenza, Ferrara, Brescia and Lodi and in Spain can be found in public transport companies of, for example, Madrid.

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