Nova Bus designing vehicles to handle city’s toughest challenges

Posted on October 10, 2017

Nova Bus.
Nova Bus.

At Nova Bus, we bring life to your city by designing vehicles that can handle the toughest challenges.

From standard 40-foot buses to high-capacity articulated BRT vehicles, clean diesel to hybrid-electric, and from 100% electric to natural gas propulsion, Nova buses have the capacity to respond to any type of service demand at any time.

Key highlights of the LFS platform include:
• Structural integrity of Nova’s single platform maximizes driver and passenger security.
• Increased productivity — The lightest vehicle in the industry, high fuel efficiency, and excellent performance combine to provide you with maximum cost savings.
• Increased reliability — A proven track record, easy diagnostics, and fast repairs maximize vehicle uptime throughout the life of the bus.
• Passenger comfort — A redesigned interior, large windows, natural light inflow, customizable seating layout, and smooth ride.
• Increased safety — All-wheel disc brakes, an ergonomic driver’s environment, and one-piece windshield come standard.

Check out Nova Bus' vehicles at the APTA Expo at Booth #8147

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