Dennis Dart

The Dennis Dart is a rear-engined midibus built by Dennis in the United Kingdom. More than 11,000 were built during 18 years of production.

It has proved popular with many bus operators in the UK, and has since been sold in several other countries around the world.

Read more about Dennis Dart:  Standard-floor Dart, Low-floor Dart SLF, Competitors, Gallery

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London Buses Route 251 - History
... by BL Bristol LHs, then by midibus Dennis Darts in 1990 ... a brief period using the infamous Optare StarRider, Darts in various forms became standard fare ... In 2001, Dennis Dart SLF 10.2m / Plaxton Pointer 2s were bought in to convert route 251 to low-floor ...
London Buses Route S1 - History
... The vehicles were also replaced by low floor Dennis Dart SLF/Plaxton Pointer Mini Pointer Dart, which entered service from late 1998 to early 1999 ... The vehicles were also upgraded again, now to Dennis Dart SLF/Alexander ALX200s ... The chassis are the Dennis Dart's successor, the Alexander Dennis Enviro200 Dart ...
Dennis Dart - Gallery
... A early Duple Dartline bodied Dennis Dart owned by Arriva North West and Wales An East Lancs EL2000 bodied Dart operated by Arriva Merseyside A Plaxton Pointer 2 bodied Dennis Dart SLF run by Arriva Merseyside ...
Halton Transport - Fleet - Bus Types in Use
... Image Chassis Body Count Year(s) built Low floor TransBus Dart SPD Alexander Dennis Dart SPD East Lancs Myllennium 21 2003-05 Yes Dennis Dart 11.3M SPD Marshall Capital Marshall Capital 19 ... 2000-02 Yes ...
Arriva Kent Thameside - Depots - Northfleet - Bus Types in Use
... Dennis Dart / East Lancs EL2000 Dennis Dart / Plaxton Pointer (standard floor) Dennis Dart SLF / Plaxton Pointer 2 Dennis Dart SLF / Alexander Dennis Pointer Optare MetroRider due for withdrawal Optare Solo SR ...

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