Volvo B7TL

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Zarb Coaches Plaxton bodied B7TL (1 page)

United Kingdom
East Lancashire Coachbuilders Vyking bodied B7TLs (1 page)
East Lancashire Coachbuilders Mylennium Vyking bodied B7TLs (1 page)
Plaxton / Alexander President bodied B7TLs (1 page)
Wright Eclipse Gemini bodied B7TLs (1 page)

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The Volvo B7TL was a low floor double decker replacing the 2-axle version of Volvo Olympian. The model was introduced in 1999 and buses were built in Irvine. In 2000, the production line was transferred to Sweden.

Like the B9TL, the radiator of the B7TL was located at the right side of the engine compartment. This model was very popular in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Production of the B7TL ceased in 2006. It was superseded by 2-axled B9TL.


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Page created: 28 June 2009

Last updated: 22 May 2011