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Daimler Buses unveils new Sprinter with side entry lift

Posted on October 6, 2008

[IMAGE]Dodge.jpg[/IMAGE] Daimler Buses North America will unveil its new Dodge Sprinter shuttle bus with side entry wheelchair lift at this year’s APTA Expo.

Additionally, Daimler Buses will announce that the Sprinter shuttle bus with side entry wheelchair lift has successfully completed the Seven-Year Altoona Bus Test. The Altoona Testing was a success as it reported no major failures and no out of service failures. The Sprinter shuttle bus was the first 2008 model to be tested.

The ADA-compliant Sprinter with side entry wheelchair lift offers seating for eight passengers, plus driver with two wheelchairs or 14 passengers, plus driver, and features an integrated side entry wheelchair lift access door that matches the vehicle’s body lines, maintaining the vehicle’s modern, streamlined design.

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