Isuzu Erga Mio

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Isuzu Erga Mio
KushiroBus 17 ErgaMio.jpg
Manufacturer J-Bus[1]
Also called Hino Rainbow II
Production 1999-Present
Body and chassis
Class Midibus
Body style Single-decker bus
Doors 2
Floor type Step entrance
Low entry
Related Hino Rainbow
Engine 6HK1, 6HF1 , 6HH1
Transmission Isuzu (manual), ZF (automatic)
Wheelbase 3.4meter, 3.75meter, 4.4meter
Length 7.0m to 9.0m
Width 2.5m
Height 3.0m
Predecessor Isuzu Journey-K

The Isuzu Erga Mio (kana:いすゞ・エルガミオ) is a medium-duty single-decker bus marketed by the Japanese manufacturer Isuzu since 1999 and the second low entry midibus in the Mio medium-duty franchise, after the intercity coach Gala Mio. It is built by J-Bus from Japan either as an integral bus or a bus chassis.[2]


The Isuzu Erga Mio has a double-curvature windscreen with a rounded roof dome similar to the Erga with a separately mounted destination sign. Its Hino-rebadged version is known as the Hino Rainbow II and the Hino Rainbow.

  • KK-LR233E1/F1/J1 (1999)
  • PA-LR234J1 (2004)
  • PDG-LR234J2 (2007)
  • SDG-LR290J1 (2011)
  • SKG-LR290J1 (2012)
  • SKG-LR290J2 (2016)

Model lineup[edit]

  • One Step 7m/9m
  • Two Step 9m
  • Non Step 9m

See also[edit]


  1. ^ J-Bus website, viewed 2014-08-19
  2. ^ J-Bus website, viewed 2014-08-19

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