|Body and chassis|
|Floor type||Step entrance|
|Engine||Cummins B-series (Dennis Dart)|
The Wright Handybus was a single-deck bus body built primarily on Dennis Dart chassis by Wright between 1990 and 1995. It was also built on a small number of Leyland Swift chassis, in which form it had a higher floorline. It has a bolted aluminium structure.
The outward styling is quite plain, with a flat front. Two alternative windscreen styles were offered; some vehicles had a single-piece flat windscreen, whilst others had two separate flat windscreens with that on the driver's side raked back, reminiscent of some 1950s single deckers.
- Dennis Dart: the first Generation Ian's Bus Stop
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