Wright Meridian

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Wright Meridian
South Lancs Wright Meridian 333.jpg
A MAN NL273F/Wright Meridian with South Lancs Travel
Production2007 - 2009
AssemblyBallymena, Northern Ireland
Body and chassis
Doors1 or 2
Floor typeLow floor
Low entry
ChassisMAN NL273F

The Wright Meridian was a low floor single-decker bus body built on the MAN NL273F chassis by Wrightbus. The body was essentially the same as the Eclipse.[1][2]

The first production vehicle was launched as a demonstrator in October 2007.[3] It was later purchased by Whitelaw's Coaches of Stonehouse who ordered a further five.[4] Two Meridians entered service with Newbury Buses in May 2008.

Four entered service with South Lancs Travel in April 2009, around the same time that Premiere Travel of Nottingham acquired two.


  1. ^ Wright Group announce partnership with MAN Wrightbus 6 April 2006
  2. ^ Wrightbus to body MAN A22 for new Meridian Bus & Coach Professional 6 April 2006
  3. ^ MAN Wrightbus Meridian launched Bus & Coach Professional 3 October 2007
  4. ^ More MAN Meridians for Whitelaw's Bus & Coach Professional 21 November 2008

External links[edit]

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