Reading buses have recently purchased some ADL/Scania E300NG (Enviro 300 Natural Gas) buses for their newly branded routes(With the exception of the Bronze 11, which was ran by Solars.) But sidetrack we must not, because I have a net for you. It’s green, it’s gas powered, it’s the lime 2!
Recently was the launch of the new H1 buses for TrentBarton. These new buses are modified Optare Versas. They came to replace the ageing Solars, which replaced the tatty and old Excels. This bus was first seen in public on the 9th Jan 2014. It was later seen on the 10th and 11th.
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Here’s an excerpt:
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If you want a demonstrator, you can now just ask for one and we’ll lend it to ya. We have a variety of buses to demonstrate, most of which will be based on other buses. We will accept any time period up to 6 weeks from the next Monday. Each bus will be delivered on a Sunday evening, and will be taken back half way through for checks. If there is anything wrong with your bus, we will give you another demonstrator. There are many models.
Honk Kong have had these for quite a while now, and this is one of the ONLY HK nets I am doing. Made in 2007, these versatile road workhorses have been made to last. Most commonly on the 6X, this bus is fully equipped for all the must haves of a HK bus driver, including engine stop, excessive fuel supplies and a strong yet not very fuel consuming engine. This bus is certainly a must have ALL over the world. Anyway, here is the net: