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School Transportation News Magazine | Buyer’s Guide 2019


BUS OEMS AND DEALERS Ford Commercial Vehicles


Town Center Offices | Office # 1GL07 18900 Michigan Ave. | Dearborn, MI 48128 T: 1-800-34 FLEET


Eric Haglund Commercial Fleet Specialty Vehicle Account Manager T: 313/390-2275 Email: ehaglund@ford.com


Ford, the commercial vehicle leader, offers a wide range of gas and diesel chassis suitable for Type A, Type B, Type D, school van bus and multi- function school bus manufacturing. Te Transit T-250, T-350 and T-350 HD cutaway chassis, and E-Series E-350 and E-450 cutaway chassis, are available with school bus and MFSAB prep packages. School bus manufacturers can also choose to build on Ford F-Series Super Duty chassis cabs, including F-350 through F-750 and F-59 stripped chassis. Available wheelbases range from 138 inches on some Transit and E-Series models, up to 281 inches on the F-750 chassis cab. Available GVW starts at 10,050 lbs. and goes up to 37,000 lbs. Te 6.2-liter V8 gas engine introduced in 2017 for the E-350/E-450


E-Series cutaway and stripped chassis is the same proven engine used on F-Series Super Duty trucks since 2011. It offers a significant performance upgrade from the 5.4-liter engine, with a broad flat torque curve for enhanced performance, and higher engine speed capability, re- sulting in increased horsepower. All Ford bus chassis feature Ford designed and engineered powertrains supported with a factory warranty.


GM Fleet


MC 482-A20-B98 100 Ren Center | Detroit, MI 48265 T: 313/665-1274 | www.gmfleet.com


Doug Chandler T: 313/665-1274 douglas.j.chandler@gm.com


Chevrolet and GMC offer several op- tions when you need the right vehicles for transporting children. In fact, the Chevrolet Express and the GMC Savana are popular choices that are used by the school bus manufacturing industry for Type A school buses, with GVWRs rang- ing from 9,900 lbs. to 14,200 lbs. School buses manufactured on Express or Savana Cutaway models offer smooth handling and the proven power of the Vortec® 6.0L V8 engine. New engine of- ferings also include the 4.3L V6 with the all-new eight-speed transmission, as well as the new 6.0L V8 Gaseous CNG/LPG. For more information, please visit: www. gmfleet.com


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