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Euro6 minibuses for sale

With new rules regarding emissions in large towns and cities, you may need to purchase a minibus with a Euro6 engine to avoid charges and penalties.
The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in London will be in place from 8 April 2019.
Minibus Options have a selection of Euro 6 vehicles for you to choose from, however any example below can be modified to meet your requirements.

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19331A1
Ford
V19331A1 Ford Transit 17 18 s minibus Base minibus
A 13 seat Ford Transit 17 18 s minibus Base minibus for sale
Seats: 
13
Wheelchairs: 
0
Wheelchair Access: 
Underfloor Lift
Passenger Access: 
Standard
Typical price: 
£41000
Availability: 
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19369A10
Fiat
V19369A10 Fiat Ducato 40 LXH2 accessible minibus
A 15 seat Fiat Ducato 40 LXH2 accessible minibus for sale, with space for 1 wheelchairs.
Seats: 
15
Wheelchairs: 
1
Wheelchair Access: 
Internal Lift
Passenger Access: 
Flush Folding Step
Typical price: 
£35000
Availability: 
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19765A2
Volkswagen
V19765A2 Volkswagen Crafter CR35 MWB Startline accessible minibus
A 8 seat Volkswagen Crafter CR35 MWB Startline accessible minibus for sale, with space for 3 wheelchairs.
Seats: 
8
Wheelchairs: 
3
Wheelchair Access: 
Internal Lift
Passenger Access: 
Electrically operated step
Typical price: 
£43000
Availability: 
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19562B0
Peugeot
V19562B0 Peugeot Boxer 440 L4H2 minibus
A 17 seat Peugeot Boxer 440 L4H2 minibus for sale
Seats: 
17
Wheelchairs: 
0
Wheelchair Access: 
None
Passenger Access: 
Electrically operated step
Typical price: 
£28000
Availability: 
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