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The Blue Bird Vision Gasoline Bus: Proven Powertrain. 


“We have had a great experience with our gasoline buses so far. These buses are on daily routes and          problems with the acceleration of the vehicles. The    SUV.’”


Rick Grisham


Executive Director of Transportation Cobb County School District, GA


RELIABLE ENGINE


Ford has produced over 1.8 million  bold testament to this engine’s proven performance 


LOW ACQUISITION COST The Blue Bird Gasoline Vision bus has the lowest up-front cost in the Blue Bird Type C Vision lineup  


COLD WEATHER STARTUP Blue Bird’s Gasoline Vision has an impressive cold  -20° Fahrenheit – no need for pre-heating engine.


MORE MECHANICS


       have been  


SIMPLE, LOW-COST MAINTENANCE         parts simplify the maintenance process of your 


FUEL AVAILABILITY Gasoline is the most readily available fuel type in the US and Canada with fueling stations being plentiful in most areas.


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