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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Nova_Bus_LFSNova Bus LFS - Wikipedia

    Nova Bus LFS The Low Floor Series (LFS) is a series of transit buses manufactured by Nova Bus for North American customers from 1996 to the present. It is produced in 40' rigid and 62' articulated (nominal) lengths with a variety of powertrains, including conventionally-fueled (diesel and natural gas), hybrid diesel-electric, and battery-electric.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Nova_BusNova Bus - Wikipedia

    NovaBus Inc. (stylized as NOVABUS) is a Canadian bus manufacturer headquartered in Saint-Eustache, Quebec, Canada. Nova is owned by Volvo Buses, a division of the trucks, buses and construction equipment group Volvo . The company has roots in the General Motors bus manufacturing assembly plant, which opened in 1979.

    • 1979 (plant), 1993 (company)
    • Transit
  3. Le Nova Bus LFS (pour « Low Floor System ») est un modèle d' autobus urbain à plancher bas et accessible au fauteuil roulant introduit en 1995, développé par Nova Bus, filiale de Volvo. Ce modèle est répandu à travers l’ Amérique du Nord, majoritairement au Canada. Tous les bus sont maintenant de 4e génération.

    • Depuis 1995
    • Nova Bus
  4. LFS GNC: GNC Cummins ISL-g LFSe: TM4 Sumo HD Transmisión: Nova LFS: ZF EcoLife, Allison B400R, Voith D864.5E. Nova LFS Artic Diesel: ZF EcoLife, Allison B500R, Voith D864.5E Nova LFS Artic Hybride: Allison H EP 50, BAE HDS300 Nova LFS HEV y Nova LFS CNG: Allison H 40 EP, BAE HDS200 Nova LFSe: Sin transmisión (transmisión directa )

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  6. Nova Bus LFS The Low Floor Series (LFS) is a series of transit buses manufactured by Nova Bus for North American customers from 1996 to the present. It is produced in 40' rigid and 60' articulated (nominal) lengths with a variety of powertrains, including conventionally-fueled (diesel and natural gas), hybrid diesel-electric, and battery-electric.