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Isuzu Journey Bus, Japan

Isuzu Journey Bus, Japan

 

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Isuzu Journey is a minibus built by Japanese manufacturer Isuzu since the 1970s, and in some large format in 1973. The range was mainly available as a city bus and a tourist coach.

In Japan, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Africa and South America, its main competitors are Mitsubishi Fuso Rosa, Nissan Civilian and Toyota Coaster. The current W41 series was based on travel civilian.

 

History of Isuzu Journey Bus

The first use of "travel" nameplate was made on the 1970 "Travel S". It was an Isuzu Elf 150 truck with 15 seater bus rear and has KA5 B chassis code. Elf was available as a compact bus from 1964, but was originally still called Elf. It was replaced by more space efficient and light in the year 1981, Isuzu Fargo series. In 1973, the 26-seater Journey M (on Elf 250-bass) and the 29-seat Journey L (Elf 350).

These are the diesel engines of 2.8 and 3.6 liters, respectively. These engines were later upgraded to more powerful, cleaner units. A very large (53 seater) rear-engaged bus, called Journey K, appeared in 1972 and was replaced by Isuzu Erga Mio in 1999. There was also a Light Duty Journey E, which is still made on the basis of Elf, but the bodywork is supplied by the outside firm.

 

Model Listing

  • BE/BL/BM Series (1973-1993)
  • K Series (1972-1999)
  • W40 Series (1993-1999)
  • W41 Series (1999–present)

 

Body and Chassis

  • Class: Minibus
  • Body Style: Single-decker bus
  • Platform: Aircraft
  • Engine: ISUZU 4BA1/4BD1/4BC1
  • Transmission: 5-speed manual/4-speed automatic
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