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Mitsubishi Buses, Japan

Mitsubishi Buses, Japan

 

Mitsubishi Buses, Japan
The Mitsubishi Fuso Bus Corporation is a Japanese multinational automotive manufacturing brand of buses. It has it's main headquartered in Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan.

The first Fuso B46 bus was built at the Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Company's Kobe Works in 1932. Later the Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Company was renamed Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI).

Mitsubishi Fuso Bus Corporation, which builds commercial grade buses was formerly a part of Mitsubishi Motors, but is now separate from Mitsubishi Motors.

It provide customers worldwide with products optimally suited to their needs, and it help it's customers make the most of their Mitsubishi buses by providing comprehensive follow-up service in the spirit of “Total Support.”

The Mitsubishi Fuso brand is known for its trusted quality, economic efficiency, solid & functional design and committed services in worldwide. Mitsubishi Fuso is the leading brand of Japan cross many markets, known for its track record of high customer satisfaction and technological innovations based on the lowest total cost of ownership.

History of Mitsubishi Buses

Mitsubishi Fuso Bus Corporation was founded in 1932. Mitsubishi Fuso Bus Corporation returned to manufacturing buses. Mitsubishi bus production resumed after the end of the Second World War.

Mitsubishi's name was changed to Mitsubishi Shokai. The name Mitsubishi consists of two parts: "mitsu" meaning "three" and "hishi" (which becomes "bishi" under rendaku) meaning "water caltrop" (also called "water chestnut"), and hence "rhombus", which is reflected in the company's logo. It is also translated as "three diamonds".

Mitsubishi Old Bus

In 1932:- The First 100 PS Mitsubishi Fuso B46 large-size gasoline engine bus is produced at Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co.Ltd's kobe Works.

In 1946:- B1 gasoline bus was produced.

In 1960:- B10 Rosa small-size bus was launched.

In 1969:- Produced the high_speed long-distance tourist bus, the B906A.

In 1976:- MK 115 of medium-size bus was launched.

In 1982:- Large-size tour bus named Aero bus series was launched.

In 1997:- Launched the Aero Star non-step bus, the first heavy-duty route bus in japan.

In 2014:- New Aero Star large-size route bus undergoes full model change.

Mitsubishi Buses Models

Mitsubishi Fuso Aero King Bus

The Mitsubishi Fuso Aero King is a series of heavy-duty double-decker coaches built by Mitsubishi Fuso Corporation. The Aero King first introduced at the 1983 Tokyo Motor Show and first went on sale in 1984, It can be either built as an integral bus or a bus chassis. The turbocharged V-8, 380 PS or 280 kW (8DC9) engines that were used in the Fuso Aero Bus Wich were used between 1984–1995 for MU515TA/MU525TA), the NA V-8, 420 PS or 310 kW/430 PS or 320 kW (8M21-3) used between 1995–2005 for MU612 and the turbocharged L-6, 420ps (6M70-T4) used between 2008-2010 for MU66JS.
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Mitsubishi Areo King Bus

 

Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Midi Bus

Hino Blue Ribbon Bus

The Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Midi Bus is a step-entrance, low entry and low floor midibus produced by the Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi Fuso since 1988. It is primarily available as public buses and sightseeing buses ranged from lengths of 7.0m to 10.1m. The The Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Midi Bus range can be built as either a complete bus or a bus chassis.

The Aero Midi appeared after the replacement for the MK Series. The Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Midi replaced by the Aero Midi-S in 2008. After the Aero Midi-S ceased production in 2010, production of the Aero Midi city bus recommenced in the following year. The Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Midi is the low entry and smaller version of the low floor Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Star city bus.
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Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Queen & Aero Ace Bus

The Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Queen Bus is manufactured by the japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi Fuso since 1982 is a series of heavy-duty intercity coaches. The Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Queen range was primarily available with right-hand drive. Chassis is based on the Aero King double-decker, 8DC9T engine equipped ("T"=turbocharged, maximum output: 380PS). 

The safety performance most important to the Mitsubishi Aero Queen bus has been greatly improved, and the environmental performance is also extremely strict in compliance with the exhaust gas regulations (2016).
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Mitsubishi Areo Queen Bus

 

Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Star Bus

Mitsubishi Aero Star Bus

The Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Star is manufactured by the Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi Fuso since 1984. It is a heavy-duty single-decker bus. The Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Star range was available as either a public bus or a coach.

The Mitsubishi Aero star supports 15 standard specifications non-step bus certification system. It achieves smooth running and powerful together with fuel efficiency and outstanding environmental compatibility.

The Mitsubishi Aero star has two types of "automatic return" and "manual switching" are set as ISS operation specifications with "automatic return" specifications, fuel efficiency standard + 5% has been achieved.
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Mitsubishi Fuso Rosa Bus

The Mitsubishi Rosa is a Japanese Minibus produced by Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation. The Mitsubishi Fuso Rosa was unveiled in 1960 as a bus and is now in its fourth generation of Mitsubishi Rosa.

The Mitsubishi Fuso Rosa is a small bus that plays an active role in a variety of scenes, such as hotel and ryokan pick-up buses, school buses of various schools, community buses, and rental cars for excursions. The Mitsubishi Fuso Rosa was designed top-class safety penetrated to protect the rider and it coupled with the advanced features of DUONIC.
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Mitsubishi Fuso Rosa Bus

 

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