Iveco Metro

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Iveco Metro
Transport NSW liveried (mo 1963), operated by Transdev Shorelink Buses, Bustech 'VST' bodied Iveco Metro at Central station (1).jpg
Transdev Shorelink Bustech-bodied Iveco Metro at Sydney Central station in July 2013
Overview
ManufacturerIveco Bus
Production2005–present
AssemblyLyon, France
Body and chassis
ClassBus chassis
Doors1-2
Floor typeLow entry
Powertrain
EngineCummins ISLe
Capacity8.9 litres
TransmissionAllison T375R
Dimensions
Length10.85 to 12.0 metres
Width2.5 metres
Height3.3 metres
Chronology
PredecessorIrisbus Agora
Irisbus Citelis

The Iveco Metro is a low-entry single-decker bus chassis manufactured by Iveco Bus for the Australian market.[1]

It has been purchased by a number of Australian operators including Carbridge, Coastal Liner, Green's Northern Coaches, Grenda's Bus Service, Ivanhoe Bus Company, Moonee Valley Coaches, Red Bus Services, State Transit, Telford's Bus & Coach, Torrens Transit and Transdev Shorelink.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Metro LE City Iveco Australia
  2. ^ Carbridge Australian Bus Fleet Lists
  3. ^ Coastal Liner Australian Bus Fleet Lists
  4. ^ Green's Northern Coaches Australian Bus Fleet Lists
  5. ^ Ventura Group Australian Bus Fleet Lists
  6. ^ Moonee Valley Coaches Australian Bus Fleet Lists
  7. ^ Red Bus Services Australian Bus Fleet Lists
  8. ^ Telford's Bus & Coach Australian Bus Fleet Lists
  9. ^ Torrens Transit Australian Bus Fleet Lists
  10. ^ Transdev Shorelink Buses Australian Bus Fleet Lists

External links[edit]

Media related to Iveco Metro at Wikimedia Commons