Bus Sales in Canada

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There are many different types of bus sales in Canada. Here we’ll discuss Blue Bird, El Dorado National, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, and Forest River. All of these manufacturers offer buses suitable for the Canadian market, but how do you choose the right one for your company? This article will provide you with an overview of the top three types of buses on the market. Read on to learn more. Also, be sure to check out the dealer network!

Forest River bus division

Forest River, Inc., a bus manufacturer with a long history in Canada, has recently added Elkhart Coach to its family of brands. The company’s buses are built on Ford E450 chassis with a Starcraft Bus body. The new division will be represented by Creative Bus Sales, which will serve as its factory representative. The company is also one of North America’s largest school bus and shuttle bus builders.

Blue Bird

Recently, Blue Bird has announced the appointment of Dynamic http://autopartsguideline.com/buses-for-sale-canada/ Specialty Vehicles as its new dealer in Northern Alberta. Dynamic has been selling buses since 1989, and has been a Blue Bird Dealer for the past six years. The Edmonton location will sell and service Blue Bird school buses throughout northern Alberta, British Columbia, and the Yukon. While Kirkman Bus Sales will continue to sell Blue Bird buses in southern Alberta, Dominique Viau is excited to offer an additional sales and service location in Edmonton.

El Dorado National

If you’re in need of a new bus for your business, you can find a good selection of new models at El Dorado National bus sales in Canada. They offer a wide variety of interior and exterior design options and are engineered to meet the specific needs of any business. At their Dealer Meeting last fall, El Dorado National bus dealers raved about the Arrivo model and the many benefits it offers. A new arrival in the Arrivo line, the E-Z Rider II has a low floor and a quick loading ramp, which is essential in a university environment. El Dorado National-California’s new Arrivo bus was so well received that it is expected to take delivery of three units to the University of Southern California in June, six units to the University of North Carolina State University in August, and an additional five units to be ordered later

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

For many years, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter bus was the most affordable and efficient commercial vehicle. In Canada, it is still among the top-selling commercial vehicles. Sprinter sales have declined in recent years due to the recent global economic recession. Despite these declines, Sprinter bus sales remain remarkably high, despite a sluggish economy. But that hasn’t stopped Canadian companies from purchasing these buses.

Crestline Buses

With a global reach, Crestline Coach Ltd. has entered the Canadian market as a distributor of small-to-mid-sized commercial buses. Founded in 1939, Crestline is a Canadian leader in the ambulance industry and has since branched out into small and mid-sized buses. Its dedication to safety and performance is unmatched, and the company has won numerous awards for its exceptional products. The company’s sales network in Canada spans across the continent and the United States.

Demand for electric buses among Forest River’s Canadian dealers

The company that makes shuttle buses is on the verge of tripling its electric bus sales in Canada, thanks to a $850 million deal with Lightning eMotors. It plans to put up to 7,500 of the electric buses on the road by 2025. In August, Forest River announced it had signed the deal with Lightning eMotors. The new powertrains will fit into existing Forest River bus configurations.

Lightning eMotors

Whether it’s repowering the fleet or adding battery power to the bus itself, a future repower of a school bus is one of the biggest issues in Canada. There are currently over four hundred thousand school buses in use in Canada. These vehicles travel 3.5 billion miles per year. Of those, 95% burn gasoline or diesel. In addition, school buses sit idle during peak electric grid hours, such as in the afternoon and during summer months. By switching to a battery-powered electric bus, schools can produce energy back into the grid.