Chassis

  • Stuttgart/Samano, Apr 29, 2014 - Mercedes-Benz Buses is completing its range of chassis in Euro VI with the three-axle OC 500 RF chassis for inter-city buses and touring coaches. For special applications, to comply with country-specific regulations and to cater for individual interior design requirements, custom-made bodies locally mounted on bus chassis are required in many European countries and on the world market. As early as October 2012, using the two-axle variant as an example, Mercedes-Benz presented the new generation of bus chassis meeting the Euro VI standard at the FIAA show in Madrid.
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  • Stuttgart/Madrid, Oct 23, 2012 - Euro VI is coming - Mercedes-Benz is already there: at the FIAA show in Madrid from 23 – 26 October 2012 the brand will be presenting a new generation of bus chassis designed to comply with the future Euro VI emissions standard. The OC 500 LE chassis for regular service buses and OC 500 RF chassis for touring coaches are made in Spain, where Mercedes-Benz is the sole manufacturer of bus chassis.
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  • Stuttgart / Bogota, Colombia, Feb 22, 2012 - The innovative Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) mobility concept is being used in big cities such as Bogota to channel modern buses along separate lanes for faster, safer, and cleaner transportation. For instance, Mercedes-Benz buses equipped with environmentally friendly BlueTec diesel technology and the Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) are operating in Colombia’s capital.
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  • Stuttgart, May 26, 2010 - Anyone climbing aboard an urban bus in the Chilean capital Santiago de Chile is likely to be travelling under a good star: some 3800 of the city’s 6400 buses were produced by Mercedes-Benz. In Europe, small tour groups with high expectations often find themselves in the brand’s first fully-equipped midibus – the Mercedes-Benz Tourino. India’s new three-axle luxury touring coach bears a star. The same applies to airside transfer buses at airports all over the world, which are supplied by the market leader. Transperth in Australia deploys 750 buses from Mercedes-Benz.
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  • Stuttgart/Santiago/São Bernardo do Campo, Oct 23, 2009 - Daimler Buses has secured for itself the biggest order in South America this year. As a result, the world’s largest bus manufacturer delivers 1,045 Mercedes-Benz city bus chassis to Santiago de Chile since October. The vehicles are destined for the Transsantiago public transport system, which was introduced in 2007. Since then the system has been providing Chile’s capital city and the surrounding area with a bus and subway infrastructure.
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