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SBS8009A on 42

SBS8009A on Service 42

Overview

The Dennis Dart is a rear-engined single-decker bus manufactured by Dennis (later Alexander Dennis) in Guildford, England. More than 11,000 were produced during 18 years of production.

Most were purchased by United Kingdom operators, although examples were sold to America, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore.

Singapore Bus Services/SBS Transit

SBS Transit operated 10 Dennis Dart buses between 1994 and 2011. They were the only 9.4 meter long buses to be operated by SBS Transit.

In 1994, SBS purchased 10 Dennis Dart buses. All of them were bodied by Duple Metsec, and were meant for services M1 and M2 (now 92 and 42 respectively).

All of these buses were retired by 2011 at the end of their lifespan. Regular 12 meter buses replaced these buses on both routes.

Specification Table

Registration no. SBS8009A - SBS8018Z
Vehicle model Dart
Vehicle bodywork Duple Metsec
Quantity 10
Year 1994
Period of registration 12 October 1994 - 29 December 1994
Passenger capacity Seating: 33
Standing: 20
Total: 53
Engine model Cummins 6BT
Engine capacity 5883 cc
Emission standard Euro I
Transmission model Allison AT 545
Power/torque 130 hp (97 kW) @ 2500 rpm / 470 Nm @ 1500 rpm
Air-con model Sütrak AC 35
Door model Deans

Gallery

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