Discussion in 'Motoring' started by shikoti, Oct 8, 2017.
such a wonderful creation from loocal fabricators (Masters fabricators).hitting the roads soon..
I understand the Mercedes guys have also entered the local truck/bus market
buscar? Mombasa raha?
tuwekee side ya mbele tuone,nyuma inaweza daganya tupate sura hakuna,then for petrolheads insert specifications(tell us what it can do that umoiner can't)
first one was in the year 2000 owned by company called gs from nakuru
I don't see the difference between this and the others from big companies i see going to mombasa and back.
scania is more rooted in Kenya due to its hill climbing abilities which other brands such as MAN n ISUZU lacks.Lets see what Mercedes have to offer
By the way there is a time i saw a Mercedes bus plying that Nairobi to Mombasa route.It looked very odd.
Automatic side mirrors
•Pneumatic pax door
• 2x1 sitting configuration
•Factory tinted side window panes
•Ample emergency exits(with break glass levers)
•3point seatbelts on exposed seats
•USB charging ports
44 seater like mash cool?
yeah its a 44 seater
What happened to those pre Michuki Isuzu buses which could race Nissans and overtake them while blowing loud horns?
37-seater at 3.88m, chassis only, plus a two-year warranty or 100,000km. The large one is priced at 9.9m, warranty details yet to be revealed.
Speed governors and fleet management systems happened.
Reminds me of this Higer:
If it’s the K series here are some specs for the petro heads
Are here any coach builders in Kenya who do buses that can withstand decent crashes or is it just aesthetics?
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