Blue Bird School Buses
Bluebird school buses have become more all-American than many other companies. As of late, Bluebird has launched a new all-American line of buses, that makes them something of a consumer favorite.
Bluebird school buses come in a variety of models with many options. The Bluebird Vision has passenger capacities ranging from forty eight to seventy seven. Additionally, these Bluebird school buses have been proven to have the best in class visibility and are the only buses to have completely dedicated chassis. These Bluebird school buses can be gassed with either diesel or propane, depending on your specific bus. There are Bluebird school buses that utilize diesel as fuel, and those that use propane as fuel. New Bluebird school buses also come with a variety of alternative fuel options as well, which can save an enormous amount on fuel costs. The Bluebird Vision also offers an angled hood, which greatly increases driver visibility. Many Bluebird school buses come with the Hendrickson axle, which delivers a 50 degree front wheel rotation, which is excellent for tight turns.
The Vision model of Bluebird school buses also offers many more features, such as a choice of Caterpillar, Cummins, or GM engines, advanced electronics and diagnostics, a tilt steering column, easy hood assist, which requires less than 15 pounds of lifting force, 100 gallon fuel tank between frame rails, Huck Spin fasteners on all permanent frame fixtures, and A frame bracing on bumpers, a signature of Bluebird school buses.
A new Bluebird school bus is now being offered. The new Bluebird school bus is called the All-American RE, or rear-engine. This model has a larger, stronger windshield and can carry up to 90 passengers. The rear engine design allows for better visibility of passengers when boarding and less noise interference for the driver. Additionally, the rear engine design allows the engine to cool more efficiently and is easier to access when service is required. The all-American Bluebird school buses also offer a number of other benefits including a purpose-built rear engine chassis, a panoramic windshield, the Hendrickson axle, which delivers a 50 degree front wheel rotation, and is excellent for tight turns, Cummins engines, tilt steering column, 100 gallon fuel tank between frame rails, Huck Spin fasteners on all permanent frame fixtures, and A frame bracing on bumpers, a signature of Bluebird school buses.
Bluebird school buses also come in micro models. In fact, there are more micro Bluebird school bus models than many other companies offer. These micro Bluebird school buses are known as Type A Bluebird school buses. There are 10 Type A Bluebird school buses available. The Type A Bluebird school buses can accommodate up to 30 passengers, and come with a wide variety of options. These Bluebird school buses offer many benefits, including one-piece roof bows, a variety of seat plans and configurations, one piece roof sheets, side rub rails, drip molding visors, 16-gauge internal continuous side plate of steel armor, Comfort Aire air conditioning, optional special needs equipment, and can be purchased as Ford or GM and with diesel or gasoline as the fuel.