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City Buses, Japan

City Buses, Japan
The city bus operates within the city premises and is characterized by low maximum speed, low-ride platform, provision for standing and wheelchair passengers, two entrances on the curb side, low-back seats, and no luggage space. The suburban bus is designed for short intercity runs and has high-back seats, luggage compartments and racks, and a single, front entrance. Buses are widely used as the main public transport, carries a large of passengers at the same time and also contribute to fuel saving. There are four types of modern buses: City or transit, suburban, intercity or tour and school bus (Encyclopedia Brittanica 2017). City buses are designed to be used in urban transportation systems and are characterized by the low-ride platform, low maximum speed, accommodation of standing
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Single Decker Buses, Japan

Single Decker Buses, Japan
A single-decker bus or single-decker is a bus that has a single deck for passengers. Normally the use of the term single-decker refers to a standard two-axle rigid bus, in direct contrast to the use of the term double-decker bus, which is essentially a bus with two passengers decks and a staircase. These types of single-deckers may feature one or more doors, and varying internal combustion engine positions. With their origins in van chassis, minibuses are not usually considered single-deckers, although modern minibus designs blur this distinction. Midibuses can also be regarded as both included with and separate from standard single-deckers, in terms of full-size length and vehicle weights, although again design developments have seen this distinction blurred. Some coach-style buses that do not have underfloor luggage space can also be correctly termed as single-deckers,…
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Coach Buses, Japan

Coach Buses, Japan
A coach is a bus used for longer-distance service, in contrast to transit buses that are typically used within a single metropolitan region. Often used for touring, intercity and international bus service, coaches are also used for private charter for various purposes. Deriving the name from horse-drawn carriages and stagecoaches that carried passengers, luggage, and mail, modern motor coaches are almost always high-floor buses, with a separate luggage hold mounted below the passenger compartment. In contrast to transit buses, motor coaches typically feature forward-facing seating, with no provision for standing. Other accommodations may include on-board restrooms, televisions, and overhead luggage space.
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Bus Makers in Japan

Bus Makers in Japan
Hino Buses Hino Motors, Ltd., commonly known as simply Hino, is a Japanese manufacturer of buses. It has it's main headquartere in Hino-shi, Tokyo. Hino first started producing buses in Japan in 1946 as Hino Industry Co Ltd. Take for example their wide suspensions that achieve supple riding comfort, or their expansive loading capacity with ample passenger room, or the powerful performance of their engines that have been designed considering environmental friendliness. It provide customers worldwide with products optimally suited to their needs, and it help it's customers make the most of their Hino buses by providing comprehensive follow-up service in the spirit of “Total Support.”Read More    View Stock   
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Body Types of Buses

Body Types of Buses
Large Body Buses A large bus is a heavy vehicle's bus and it carries 33 passengers instead of 2 buses that carry 16 passengers each. Other types of the large bus also carry 44 passengers either 40 passengers with rear storage. This rear storage configuration is completed by folding up the back two seats on the rear row.Read More    View Stock   
Mini Body Buses A minibus is a multi-purpose passenger vehicle or minivan used to carry people, and it is also called microbes, or mini coach bus, A Minibuses have a seating capacity of between 8 and 30 seats. Larger minibuses…
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Double Decker Body Buses, Japan

Double Decker Body Buses, Japan
A double-decker bus is a bus that has two storeys or decks. Early double-deckers put the driver in a separate cab. Passenger access was via an open platform at the rear, and a bus conductor would collect fares. Modern double-deckers have a main entrance door at the front, and the driver takes fares, thus halving the number of bus workers aboard, but slowing the boarding process. The rear open platform, popular with passengers, was abandoned for safety reasons, as there was a risk of passengers falling when running and jumping onto the bus. Double-deckers are primarily for commuter transport but open-top models are used as sight-seeing buses for tourists. William Gladstone, speaking of London's double-deck horse drawn omnibuses, once observed that "the best way to see London is from the top of a…
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Large Body Buses, Japan

Large Body Buses, Japan
The Large body is just a road vehicle that is designed to carry many passengers. Buses can have up to 300 passengers capacity. The big bus is for 18 ~ 40 passengers. The maximum number of luggage is 40 to 50 suitcases. Depend on the size of the luggage. All the buses built in Japan in the form of Mitsubishi, Hino, Toyota, Nissan etc. A large bus is used for long-distance service, which is usually contrary to transit buses used within a single metro area. Often used for touring, intercity and international bus services, other coaches are also used for private purposes for various purposes. passengers, luggaged, trains made of horses carrying modern motor coaches and platform cartons Always have high-floor buses, in which there is a
separate luggage under the passenger compartment. Unlike transit…
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Mini Body Buses, Japan

Mini Body Buses, Japan
Mini buses are passenger vehicles, in which a limited number of 8 to 30 people sit. These are microbes specifically designed to seat seats by seat passengers. They are equipped with air conditioners and other means of entertainment to provide travelers a pleasant and comfortable travel experience. There are short intervals for buses to leave and leave passengers at the minimum destination. These buses generally have control over the right hand, with stylish swing open sliding doors. They are used for many private and public modes of transportation. In the public minibus, each passenger is charged a reasonable fee for rent from the starting point to the end of the destination.
In private, there are many fun and relaxing activities such as small distances and long distances, picnics and other, fun recreational drive travels. A…
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Isuzu Journey-Q Bus, Japan

Isuzu Journey-Q Bus, Japan
Isuzu Journey-Q is a light-duty bus built by Isuzu Motors Ltd. from 1976 to 2001. The Isuzu Journey-Q range was primarily available tourist coach and city bus. The predecessor of Isuzu Journey-Q is Isuzu Journey-J. The Isuzu Journey-Q is available in 6BG1, 6HE1 engine and manual transmission.
Models
DBR370 (1976) K-DBR370 (1979) P-MR112F (1984) P-MR112D (1986)
U-MR132D (1990) U-GR432F (1991) KC-GR433F (1996) KK-GR433F (1999)
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