V19157A0 Fiat Ducato 35 LH2 minibus

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V19157A0 Cab interior
V19157A0 Front three quarter - below shot
V19157A0 Front three quarter
V19157A0 Load-space
V19157A0 Rear three quarter
V19157A0 Seats
Ex-demonstrator, unregistered
Total Capacity:
Passenger Access:
Wheelchair access:
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Interior Lining:
  • Standard interior lining
  • Upgrade to Tuff Bus - SPEEDLINER® protective spray on coating to sides and roof
Floor and tracking:
  • Premium flooring in lieu
  • Saloon floor overlaid in slip resistant safety flooring edged all round
  • Tracking system to provide certified floor for Type Approval (12)
  • Lap and diagonal inertia reel restraint to each passenger seat
  • Saloon seat Single M1 certified semi highback individually contoured (6)
  • The quantity of seats that are removable track mounted with anti-rattle seat locking devices (6)
  • Full height handrail to assist entry at passenger entrance
  • Grab handle to nearside cab door
  • Saloon LED lights switched from the cab
  • Step courtesy lights LED
Glazing and ventilation:
  • Windows to side door & opposite fixed
Additional features:
  • .9ltr AFFF foam fire extinguisher
  • Bulkhead full width & height removable
  • First aid Kit
  • Type Approval certification
External height External width External Length Interior Height Interior Width Saloon Length
2524mm 2050mm 6363mm 1932mm 1870mm 3705mm

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