Wright Fusion

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Wright Fusion B10LA
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A Wright Fusion
Overview
Manufacturer Wright
Production 1998–1999
Body and chassis
Doors 2 or 3 doors
Floor type Low floor
Chassis Volvo B10LA
Powertrain
Engine Volvo
Capacity 105, with 64 seated and 41 standing
Power output Diesel
Transmission Automatic
Chronology
Successor Wright Eclipse Fusion
Wright Fusion bodied Volvo B10LA in Bolton in July 2008

The Wright Fusion was a low floor tri-axle articulated single-decker bus body built by Wright on the Volvo B10LA chassis from 1998 to 1999. It was the articulated version of the Wright Liberator.

The only customer for the Fusion was FirstGroup for its Greater Manchester, Leeds and Glasgow subsidiaries. A total of forty were built in 1998 and 1999.

More recent articulated bus models have also used the Fusion name, but in conjunction with the name of the equivalent full-size rigid single-decker. These are the Solar Fusion on Scania L94UA chassis, and the Eclipse Fusion on Volvo B7LA.

See also

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