Isuzu Journey-K

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Isuzu Journey-K
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Overview
Manufacturer Isuzu
Production 1984–1999
Body and chassis
Class Complete bus
Bus chassis
Body style Single-decker public bus
Single-decker intercity bus
Doors 1 or 2
Floor type Step entrance
Low entry
Powertrain
Transmission 5-speed manual
5-speed automatic
Dimensions
Wheelbase 3.75 metres, 4.3 metres
Length 9.0 metres to 9.8 metres
Width 2.5 metres
Height 3.0 metres
Chronology
Predecessor Isuzu CCM/CDM
Successor Isuzu Erga Mio

The Isuzu Erga Journey-K (kana:いすゞ・ジャーニーK) was a midibus built by Isuzu of Japan from 1984 to 1999. The range was primarily available as a public bus and an intercity bus either as an integral bus or a bus chassis.

It can be either offered as Two Step (known as [[High-floor|step entrance) or One Step (known as low entry) in lengths 9m only. It was superseded by the Isuzu Erga Mio in 2000.

Isuzu medium-duty buses[edit]

  • BK30 (1972)
  • CCM370/410 (1976)
  • K-CCM370/410 (1980)
  • K-CDM370/410 (1982)

The CCM370 has Isuzu's 5.8 liter 6BD1 diesel engine with 160 PS (118 kW).[1]

Models[edit]

  • P-LR212/311/312 (1984)
  • U-LR312/332 (1990)
  • KC-LR233/333 (1995)

Model lineup[edit]

  • One Step 9m
  • Two Step 9m

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 自動車ガイドブック [Automobile Guide Book] (in Japanese). Japan: Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association. 23: 291. 1976-10-20. 0053-760023-3400.  Missing or empty |title= (help)

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