Manufacturer: Alexander Dennis Limited First Introduced: 2006
Lengths: 8.9m | 9.3m | 9.6m | 10.2m | 10.8m Number of Seats: Dependant on chassis length
- MAN 14.240
Four or six-cylinder Cummins ISBe Euro IV engines driving through Allison, Voith or ZF automatic transmission
Abellio London, Arriva London, CT PLUS, Go Ahead London, RATP London Sovereign, RATP London United, Metroline, Stagecoach, Tower Transit, UNO
The second generation Enviro200 was launched in August 2006, after the failure in take up of the first generation model. Initially, the model was referred to as the Enviro200 Dart and this continued until the first generation model ceased production in 2007, when the name reverted to just Enviro200.
In 2008, Alexander Dennis unveiled the hybrid-electric powered version of Enviro200, known as the Enviro200H, using BAE Systems HybriDrive series drive system with the Cummins ISBe 4-cylinder engine fitted for power generation.
In 2009, the second generation Enviro200 received a facelift in order to allow the type to comply with European Community Whole Vehicle Type Approval (ECWVTA) regulations.
Highlights of the facelift included white LED daytime running lights below the headlights, relocation of the offside emergency door, redesigned front and rear bumpers and the introduction of several new chassis lengths.
Production of the second generation Enviro200 ceased in 2015 with the introduction of the Enviro200 MMC.