Bus Stop Sales
|Make, Model:||Coach Concepts, Marathon|
|Dealer:||Bus Stop Sales|
|Location:||PO BOX 955, Archerfield QLD 4108|
|Phone:||+61 7 3732 7033|
|Last Modified:||17/05/2022 4:58:14 AM AEST|
The Bus Stop Sales ‘Marathon’ features the Australian Made Iveco Delta Chassis and Coach Concepts body.
Featuring outstanding value and versatility, the foundation of the Marathon is the Iveco Delta chassis which was made at Dandenong, Victoria to suit our harsh conditions. The chassis features the latest technologies while maintaining a simple design philosophy for ease of service and maintenance.
With an all-American driveline as it’s foundation and featuring the Cummins ISLe 5, 8.9 litre engine, the Allison T375R automatic transmission (with retarder), we are c=onfident that this simplicity will provide years of reliability and a low cost of ownership
With the body made in Brisbane, Queensland by leading Coach builder, Coach Concepts, opportunities to own such a rugged combination do not come along everyday
Available now for pre-order and with deliveries available in 2021 and 2022 – the time is now if you desire to customise your new bus/coach with your preferred options. Quality standard features currently include Spheros A/C, In-swing entry door (with Coach door option), Styleride seating, LED lighting and great bin space. This combination is a perfect and ideal choice for school and coach operations alike.
Engine Brake: Yes
Wheels: All Steel
Number of Rear Axles: Single
Fuel Type: Diesel
Number Of Passengers: 571
A/C Condition: New
Transmission Manufacturer: ALLISON
Drive Side: Right Hand Drive
Engine Displacement: 8,900
Engine Arrangement (Cylinders): 6
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