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MAZ 203-076 in Kielce.jpg
Manufacturer MAZ
Body and chassis
Doors 3
Floor type absolutely low-floor
Chassis MAZ
Engine Mercedes-Benz OM 906 LA
Deutz TCD 2013LO6
Euro 3 or Euro 4
Capacity 100-105
Power output 205 (Mercedes) or 170 (Deutz)
Transmission automatic or mechanic ZF or Voith Diwa
Length 12000
Width 2550
Height 2930 (3050 with air-conditioning)
Curb weight 11100 (kerb)
18000 (full)

MAZ-203 is a low-floor city bus. It is a representative of second generation of MAZ city buses, being a successor of MAZ-103. It has been built since 2006, there are over 100 models built already. MAZ 203 can be found in Poland, Ukraine, Russia and Romania. In Serbia, MAZ has been working in cooperation with local-based company BIK (Bus industries Kragujevac) for the manufacture of BIK-203, a bus manufactured on the basis of the platform of MAZ-203.[1]

There is also a trolleybus built from 2008, MAZ-ETON T203 with electrical equipment of Eton, Belarus (GTO or IGBT).

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  1. ^ Gas-powered bus from Kragujevac at, 20-4-2009

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