The renewal of fleets is key to the good quality of urban transport in cities, not only because the new models are safer for users and pedestrians, but also because the new engines greatly reduce emissions, compared to older vehicle engines of 7 or 8 years ago.
This time it was the town of Ontinyent, in Valencia, which has added two units of the Mobi City minibus model to its fleet.
Two units of the Mobi City urban minibus
These two minibuses are built on an Iveco Daily 70c18 Euro VI chassis. The new Euro VI engines reduce emissions by up to half compared to their Euro V predecessors. In addition, the engines are much more efficient, ensuring minimum consumption levels, which translates into a substantial improvement in TCO for the operator.
Accessibility and interior spaciousness
As regards the accessibility, the two units are equipped with a ramp and lowered rear suspension, which allows a very comfortable entrance for people with reduced mobility, wheelchairs and prams. The interior is very spacious for the 17 seated passengers and 24 standing passengers, a total of 41 passengers. The vehicle is 8 meters long, with a wheelbase of 4350 mm, which makes it very manoeuvrable for driving through the narrow streets and urban centres.
Urban minibuses, a solution for all types of cities.
Urban minibuses are an ideal solution for medium-sized cities like this one, with a population of around 35,000 inhabitants. But also, in large cities they are an essential transport mean for reaching areas of narrow streets and historical centres. If you want to know more about the types of minibuses Indcar offers, do not hesitate to contact us.