Isuzu Erga

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Isuzu Erga
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Manufacturer J-Bus[1]
Production 2000-Present
Body and chassis
Class Complete bus
Bus chassis
Body style Single-decker bus
Doors 2
Floor type Step entrance
Low floor
Related Hino Blue Ribbon II
Engine 6HK1, 6HF1, 6HH1, 6HA1 (straight 6), 8PE1, 8PF1(V-8)
Transmission 5-speed manual
ZF/Allison 5-speed automatic
Wheelbase 4.8meter, 5.3meter, 5.8meter
Length 12.0m
Width 2.5m
Height 3.0m
Predecessor Isuzu Cubic

The Isuzu Erga (kana:いすゞ・エルガ) is a heavy-duty single-decker bus marketed by the Japanese manufacturer Isuzu and introduced in 2000. It is primarily available as a public bus in either a complete bus or a bus chassis. It is built by J-Bus from Japan either as a step-entrance bus (One-step and Two-step) or a low-floor bus (Non-step (Type A and Type B)).[2]


The styling is completely different from the Cubic. The Isuzu Erga has a deep double-curvature windscreen and a rounded roof dome (more rounded as compared to the Cubic) with a separately mounted destination display. Its Hino-rebadged version is the Hino Blue Ribbon II.

Non-step (Type A), One-step and Two-step
  • KL-LV280L1/N1/Q1 (2000) - 8PE1 engine (CNG: 8PF1)
  • KK/KL-LT233J2 (2000) - 6HH1 engine
  • PJ-LV234L1/N1/Q1 (2004) - 6HK1 engine (CNG: 8PF1)
  • PKG/PDG-LV234L2/N2/Q2 (2007) - 6HK1 engine (CNG-MPI: 6HF1)
  • LKG/LDG-LV234L3/N3/Q3 (2010) - 6HK1 engine
  • QPG/QKG/QDG-LV234L3/N3/Q3 (2012) - 6HK1 engine
  • QQG-LV234L3/N3 (2012) - 6HK1 engine with Eaton's parallel hybrid system and automatic/manual transmission[3]
Non-step (Type B)
  • KL-LV834 (2000-2004) - 6HK1 engine (CNG: 6HA1) and ZF Ecomat as standard.

Isuzu Erga-J[edit]

The Isuzu Erga-J is a rebadged Hino Rainbow HR. It has a rounded roof dome similar to the Erga with a deep double-curvature windscreen and a separately mounted destination display.

  • PK-HR7JPAC (2004)

Model lineup[edit]

  • One-Step
  • Two-Step
  • Non-Step Type-A
  • Non-Step Type-B

See also[edit]


  1. ^ J-Bus website, viewed 2014-08-19
  2. ^ J-Bus website, viewed 2014-08-19
  3. ^ 年鑑バスラマ2012→2013 (BUSRAMA Annual 2012-2013) (in Japanese). PORTE Publishing Co. 2012. p. 53. ISBN 9784899805120. 

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