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Old 7th February 2014, 08:28   #1
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Default Commercial Vehicles @ Auto Expo 2014

Here are 3 Busses from my side to start off this thread.

Please post all commercial vehicle pictures here

The JBM City Bus is from an auto-component manufacturer, don't have any more information on this Bus

The Tata busses are the same old designs with one being an articulated Bus, this was first seen on Leyland with BMTC and the second one is a single door low floor front engine City Bus
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Looking forward for a detailed coverage on CVs in the autoshow. The first bus looks like the normal Tata bus already in market, unless some specification changes are there on the Engine/Driveline. Other buses looks exciting. AC articulated bus looks great, but does that still have a market in India or any other market.

Is there any pavilion from Scania? Its one brand that I am eagerly waiting to see.
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Were there any commercial vehicles from Volvo, Force or Mercedes ?
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The first bus looks like the normal Tata bus already in market, unless some specification changes are there on the Engine/Driveline. Other buses looks exciting. AC articulated bus looks great, but does that still have a market in India or any other market.
The first one is a Hybrid bus. With BRTS and dedicated bus lines, articulated buses make much more sense now than before. What is next, Low floor double Decker buses?
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Apart from the traditional two Tata and AL there are others who have displayed their CV range such as Scania, VE Commercial Vehicles, SML Isuzu.

Hope some one has captured these beasts on lens and bring it right here. Had seen some of these in the Auto shows on TV recently.
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NDTV awards Eicher trucks and buses with the best stall at the Auto Expo in the CV segment.
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