Wright Eclipse

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  • Info The Wright Eclipse is a low-floor single-deck bus body built by Wright on Volvo B7 series chassis. more...
  • The Wright Eclipse Gemini is now the most numerous vehicle type in the fleet.
  • Since 2004 it has also been used as a low floor single-deck coach, with a longer front overhang and Wright Eclipse Commuter body.
  • Initially the B7RLE was only available in the UK with Wright Eclipse Urban bodywork.
  • However previously when necessary Wright Eclipse Gemini and Volvo B7TL were used on the service.
  • The Wright Eclipse SchoolRun is a bus body designed by British manufacturer Wrightbus for use on school bus services.
  • As with Wright Eclipse Geminis, this bus has both the upper and lower deck front windows forming part of a single oval shape, with the destination blind in between.
  • It is currently planned to be used in London, alongside the cosmetically similar Wright Eclipse Gemini 3.
  • The previous bendy buses, Wright Eclipse Fusions, have left the fleet.
  • The articulated version of the Wright Eclipse, it succeeded the Wright Fusion.
  • The U2 route is served by two Scania OmniCitys repainted in the new livery and two new Wright Eclipse buses introduced a few weeks later.
  • Once competitors arrived at the station they were transferred to the town square by four Wright Eclipse Gemini buses provided by the island's nationalised Bus Vannin arm of the transport division.
  • Since 2007 the Volvo B9TL with Wright Eclipse Gemini bodywork has been the standard double decker.
  • These buses are mainly Diamond owned Wright Eclipse bodied Volvo B7RLEs but there have been several re-painted Dennis Darts in operation.
  • Wright Eclipse Gemini-bodied buses have been mass-introduced into London since 2001, where they replaced types such as the Routemaster and Leyland Titan.
  • In 2004, the fleet was upgraded with 18 new Wright Eclipse Gemini double-deckers.
  • The Wright Eclipse Fusion is a low floor articulated single-deck bus body built by Wrightbus on the Volvo B7LA chassis.
  • Metroline have retained the contract ever since, and now operate the route with Wright Eclipse Gemini 2 bodied Volvo B9TLs.
  • The first Wright Eclipse Gemini double-decker was first built on the Volvo B7TL chassis in 2001.
  • It is not totally unknown for low floor single decks to appear on the route, most commonly Volvo B7RLE (Wright Eclipse Urban 2 bodied).
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