Gillig BRT

Livermore, Calif.
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  • Modular BRT design offers customers flexibility to select the look they desire without compromising function, performance, reliability or parts commonality.
  • Sleek, aerodynamic design incorporates a raked-back front cap blended into a full-length, contoured roofline.
  • Available in 29-, 35- and 40-foot lengths and can be powered by diesel, hybrid, CNG, or battery electric.

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Specifications

Brakes Air, drum or disc
Engine Cummins ISL 280 HP, ISL 330 HP, ISB 280 HP (hybrid), ISL-G 280 HP (CNG)
Exterior Height 136 in.
Floor Low
Fuel Options Diesel, diesel-electric hybrid, CNG, Battery Electric
Fuel Capacity 120 gal.
GVWR 39,600 lbs. (Diesel, Hybrid), 41,600 lbs. (CNG)
Headroom 77 in. to 95 in.
Length 29 ft., 35 ft., 40 ft.
Passenger Capacity 75
Seating Capacity 43-plus
Transmission Allison, Voith, ZF, BAE, Cummins Electric
Wheelbase 279 in.

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