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School Transportation News Magazine | Buyer’s Guide 2021


BUS OEMS AND DEALERS Ford Commercial Vehicles


16800 Executive Plaza Dr. Regent Court Bldg. 6N214 Dearborn, MI 48126 1-800-34 FLEET


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


Ford, the commercial vehicle leader, of- fers a wide range of chassis suitable for Type A, Type B, Type D, school van, bus and multifunction school bus manufac- turing. 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 pack- ages. School bus manufacturers can also build on Ford F-Series Super Duty chassis cabs including F-350 through F-600, Medium Duty F-650 and F-750, as well as F-59 stripped chassis. For customers who prefer running on alternative fuels, Ford is offering a gaseous fuel prep package for the 7.3-liter gasoline engine in Super Duty chassis cab, Medium Duty, E-Series and F-59 stripped chassis, as well as flex fuel capability for


GM Fleet


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


Cindy Mattison Commercial Product Sales Manager cynthia.mattison@ gm.com gmfleet.com


Chevrolet Express and the GMC Savana are popular choices that are used by the school bus manufac- turing industry for Type A school buses. School buses manufactured on Express or Savana Cutaway models of- fer smooth handling and the proven


E-Series. Transit also has flex fuel capabil- ity, which means the vehicle can run on gasoline or E85, on its standard 3.5-liter PFDi engine. In the new model year, customers can combine the cost savings of a gasoline powertrain with the stop- ping power of air brakes with an avail- able new air compressor for the 7.3-liter engine on F-650 and F-750. Transit gets ergonomic improvements, including an electronic parking brake in place of the manual parking brake on the floor in all cutaways up to 9,500 pounds GVWR, increased headroom created by making the overhead shelf optional, and an avail- able center console with right-side shifter that provides more than seven inches of additional driver legroom.


power of the Vortec 6.0L V8 engine. Additional engine offerings include the 4.3L V6 with the all new eight speed transmission, plus the new 6.0 L V8 gaseous CNG/LPG.


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