The latest model from Collins Bus aims to enhance accessibility for students who use wheelchairs.
The new Collins Bus Low-Floor integrates a wheelchair ramp with three floor plans, with positions for one, two, or three wheelchair passengers. The bus does not use a wheelchair lift or multiple-step entrances.
The Low-Floor is built on the front-wheel drive Ram ProMaster chassis and is powered by a 3.6-liter gasoline V6 engine. The bus has a wheelbase of 200 inches and a GVWR of 9,350 pounds.
Standard body equipment includes 1/2-inch marine-grade plywood flooring, LED stop/tail/turn/backup and interior dome lights, one-piece tubular steel roof bows, and an electric entrance door.
Among the options for the Low-Floor bus are three-point seats, 5/8-inch marine-grade plywood flooring, AM/FM/Bluetooth radio, backup alarm, backup camera, egress window, roof escape hatch, and floor seat track.
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