• Stuttgart, Sep 23, 2020 - With a profusion of exciting innovations Mercedes-Benz is underscoring its leadership position in the bus segment. The new developments centre around environmental compatibility, safety, economic efficiency and comfort.
  • Stuttgart, Feb 8, 2013 - The new generation of BlueEfficiency Power engines and the transition to the Euro VI emissions standard are the focus of the Mercedes Benz Integro in 2013. Considerably lower fuel consumption and further reduced exhaust emissions are the result.
  • Stuttgart, Sep 18, 2009 - Daimler Buses has once again won two contracts, and as a result it will deliver a total of 425 buses to the Netherlands by December. The biggest contract from the Netherlands to date is for 350 Mercedes-Benz urban and intercity buses, which were ordered by Qbuzz, a private bus operator with headquarters in Amersfoort. The vehicles will be employed in the provinces of Drenthe and Groningen. The second major contract is for 75 natural gas-powered Mercedes-Benz urban buses, which were ordered by Connexxion, the Netherlands’ largest public transport company, with headquarters in Hilversum. The environmentally friendly low-emission natural gas buses will be employed in the Arnhem-Nijmegen region.
  • Stuttgart/Bielefeld, Germany, Aug 15, 2008 - Mercedes-Benz Buses has received a large order for 104 rural-service buses from BVO Bielefeld (Busverkehr Ostwestfalen GmbH). The Mercedes-Benz Integro models will be delivered from late summer through to the end of the first quarter in 2009. A horizontally mounted OM 457hLA straight six-cylinder engine delivering 220 kW (299 hp) will power the buses ordered. All the buses also feature BlueTec5 diesel technology which already fulfils the emission regulations that take effect in September 2009.
  • Stuttgart, Apr 29, 2008 - “Nothing at all has been tampered with here” explains Walter Hoffmann proudly “but we do pay very careful attention to oil changes and clean air filters.” The energetic 72-year-old bus and coach services operator from the town of Nohn in the Eifel region, is standing in front of one of his Mercedes-Benz Integros. He is happy to allow a peek into its well-kempt engine compartment. The Mercedes-Benz Integro has already covered 1.2 million kilometres and is still powered by its original engine. Day after day, since 1997.