Wright Pathfinder

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Wright Pathfinder
First Centrewest bus LLW19 (ODZ 8919) 1994 Dennis Lance SLF Wrightbus Pathfinder, Hounslow bus station, route 222, September 1998.jpg
First CentreWest Pathfinder bodied Dennis Lance at Hounslow bus station in 1998
Manufacturer Wrightbus
Production 1993 - 1995
Assembly Ballymena, Northern Ireland
Body and chassis
Doors 1 or 2
Floor type Low floor
Low entry
Chassis Dennis Lance SLF
Scania N113CRL
Engine Cummins (Dennis Lance SLF)
Scania (Scania N113CRL)
Capacity 31 to 42 seated
Length 11.95 metres
Width 2.50 metres
Height 3.00 metres
Successor Wright Axcess-Ultralow

The Wright Pathfinder was a low entry and low floor single-decker bus body built on Dennis Lance SLF and Scania N113CRL chassis by Wrightbus between 1993 and 1995.[1][2]


Of the 95 Pathfinders produced, London Regional Transport subsidiaries purchased 38 on Dennis Lance chassis and all 30 Scania N113CRLs. They were London's first low-floor buses. The first examples were operated by London United on route 120 and CentreWest on route 222.[3][4]

Other purchasers (all on Dennis Lances) included Badgerline, London & Country and Northern General.[4] The Pathfinder was succeeded in 1995 by the Axcess-Ultralow.[5]


  1. ^ Wright launches single-door Pathfinder Commercial Motor 14 April 1994
  2. ^ "The Model Page" Bus & Coach Preservation February 2018 page 64
  3. ^ "A Scania returns" Bus & Coach Preservation March 2017 page 46
  4. ^ a b Wright Pathfinder Bus Lists on the Web
  5. ^ Low price-tag on low-floor bus Commercial Motor 16 March 1995
  • Millar, Alan (2007) Bus & Coach Recognition : Ian Allan Ltd., ISBN 0-7110-3136-3

External links

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