Is the Citaro a low emission city bus?

Is the Citaro a low emission city bus?

All of them are based on the best-selling Citaro, which in 2012 became the first city bus in the world to meet what is currently the most stringent emissions standard, Euro VI. The Citaro hybrid, with even further reduced fuel consumption, is formally classified as a low-emission bus.

Where is the destination display on a Citaro?

However, all models are available with either version. With the introduction of 2nd generation Citaro, the front destination display was slightly enlarged, which juts a bit out of the vehicle roof. As a result, Mercedes-Benz designed a small fairing at both sides of destination display. This fairing is available on all models by default.

When does the new Mercedes Benz Citaro come out?

The 12-metre variant will celebrate its world premiere in September at the IAA Commercial Vehicles show, with the start of series production also taking place this year. The new Citaro offers an impressive standard of energy efficiency.

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How old is the Mercedes-Benz Citaro bus?

In the past 120 years, Mercedes-Benz has turned buses into a top-performing, safe and environmentally friendly form of transport. With the Citaro, a highly economic and well-loved bus was called into life – a bus which revolutionised the public transport sector.

What kind of engine does a Mercedes Citaro have?

Aside from the usual diesel engines, the Citaro is also available with a powerful Euro VI natural gas engine M936G rated by 222 kW. It can be optionally combined with the new hybrid system of Mercedes-Benz, which helps to save more fuel and lower emissions.

When did the second generation Citaro come out?

The lateral sweep of the front turn signals was reversed. In May 2011, the second generation Citaro, referred to internally as the C2, was launched. From 2012, the C2 could also be equipped with Euro 6 engines. The C2 versions of the Citaro LE models were the last to be presented, at Busworld Kortrijk in October 2013.