MAN SL200

The MAN SL 200 was a transit bus manufactured by MAN between 1973 and 1988, and was based on the first generation German VÖV-Standard-Linienbus body design. More than 5500 units were built of the standard left-hand drive version.[1] There were also several right-hand drive chassis versions available for external bodywork, some of which were delivered with the body frame.

MAN SL 200
Overview
ManufacturerMAN
Production1973–1988
Body and chassis
Doors2
Floor typeStep entrance
Chronology
PredecessorMAN SL 192
SuccessorMAN SL 202

History

The SL 200 was replaced by the SL 202.

Customers

Australia

The SL200 was popular with government operators with ACTION purchasing 151,[2] Brisbane City Council 180,[3] the Metropolitan Transport Authority, Melbourne 158[4] and the State Transit Authority 138.[5]

New Zealand

The Auckland Regional Council purchased 88 SL200s.[6]

References

  1. "Übersicht Bustypen MAN" [Overview bustypes MAN] (in German). Dieters Straßenbahn/Bus Seiten. Retrieved 18 December 2017.
  2. MAN SL200 ACT Bus
  3. Withdrawn bus models Brisbane Transport Buses
  4. MET Australian Bus Fleet Lists
  5. TransAdelaide Australian Bus Fleet lists
  6. MAN SL200 Buses Omnibus Society of New Zealand

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