Capricorn Sunbus - Fleet


Capricorn Sunbus operates a moderate fleet of minibuses, medium and large sized buses. The fleet comprises large low-floor accessible Volvo B12BLE buses with VST bodywork, manufactured by Bustech. There are many other wheelchair accessible buses in the fleet such as the Volvo B7RLE, the Mercedes O815D minibus using CB20 bodywork, manufactured by Custom Coaches, and the new Bustech MDi low-floor midibuses. All of their non-accessible fleet have been replaced with newer accessible buses.

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