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School Transportation News Magazine | Buyer’s Guide 2020


BUS OEMS AND DEALERS Ford Commercial Vehicles


Town Center Offices, Office #1GL07 18900 Michigan Ave. | Dearborn, MI 48126 1-800-34 FLEET


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


Ford has updated its entire lineup of gas and diesel chassis that are suitable for Type A, Type B, Type D, school van bus and multi-function school bus manufacturing and has introduced an all new model, the F-600 Super Duty chassis cab. All Ford commercial vehicles, including Transit, E-Series, Super Duty chassis cab, F-650/F-750, and F-59 stripped chassis have standard modems with 4G LTE Wi-Fi for up to 10 devices and smart new driver-assist technology including available automatic emergency braking (standard on Transit). Additional Transit upgrades include two all-new Ford engines that are mated to a new standard 10-speed transmission, available all-wheel drive and a higher maximum GVWR of 11,000 pounds on chassis cab and


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100 Renaissance Center MC 482-A20-B98 | Detroit, MI 48265 313-665-1274


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• Increased load capacity. • Self-tensioning.


• Available with J-Hook, Carabiner & Loop.


• Wheelchair passengers with upper extremity issues can travel safely.


• Can withstand 15G rear and 20G frontal collisions.


Chevrolet Express and the GMC Savana are popular choices that are used by the school bus manufacturing industry for Type A school buses. School buses manu- factured on Express or Savana Cutaway models offer smooth handling and the proven power of the Vortec 6.0L V8 en- gine. Additional engine offerings include the 4.3L V6 with the all-new, eight-speed transmission, plus the new 6.0 L V8 gas- eous CNG/LPG.


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cutaway. All of the other bus chassis are powered by the new Ford 7.3-liter V8 gasoline engine as standard. It generates more torque and power than the outgo- ing 6.8-liter V10. E-Series has an updated interior featuring a refreshed instrument panel that includes a standard AM/FM stereo radio with Bluetooth functionality and USB ports. F-650/F-750 also featur- ess an updated instrument panel. F-59 offers a new steering column, instrument cluster and electrical architecture.


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