The B-Moved MB Sprinter is perfect for airport taxi service, such as a shuttle between long-term parking and the terminal at an airport, or a shuttle between the gate and the aeroplane. The Sprinter is relatively small and therefore more manoeuvrable than a full-size regional bus.
B-style is a Mercedes-Benz VanPartner. This means that Mercedes-Benz recognizes the quality of B-style and recognizes us as an official conversion partner. The B-Moved has a LONO (letter of non objection), which means that the manufacturer’s warranty remains valid after modification of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.
All the official documentation required for conversion of a Mercedes-Benz Vito L3 to a WAV (wheelchair accessible vehicle) is provided by B-style. This includes the European Type Approval for the complete model range, as well as a second-phase Certificate of Conformity (CoC) for each specific model.
In areas where few people live or during low-demand periods, the use of a smaller city bus for a regional bus line is the solution. Due to its smaller size, such a city bus is cheaper to purchase, fuel and maintain. An additional advantage is lower emissions, which is environmentally beneficial. The B-Moved MB Sprinter can accommodate up to 22 people, with 15 of them seated.
Thanks to the lowered chassis and optional ramp, the entrance is also accessible for disabled passengers.
B-style has developed a lowered chassis in which the driveshaft goes through the chassis, unique in the market. The advantage of this is that the driveshaft is not moved closer to the ground, so there is no increased risk of driveshaft damage. The bus driver runs less risk when driving over high speed bumps and can focus on the well-being of his passengers.
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