Design Alexander Dennis Enviro500 For Mexico 2017 – Alexander Dennis Enviro500 for Mexico 2017 is set to revolutionize passenger travel, carrying up to 130 passengers, 86 sitting comfortably and 44 standing freely with a firm grip, enjoying a trip in the crowded city center. Fueled by the cleanest diesel used in the region, Enviro500 is easily accessible, with a special room for wheelchairs and guide dogs to improve mobility for all.
Alexander Dennis Enviro500 for Mexico 2017 which incorporates new integrated body and new chassis, both designed in concert as a total vehicle with total focus on reliability, maintenance, best lifetime cost in its class, passenger comfort and safety. The Enviro500 2017 body is made of aluminum and regarding safety, it includes an ABS brake and traction control. Metrobus service is expected to start in October 2017 with a route starting from Indios Verdes to Fuente de Petroleos.
The design of Alexander Dennis Enviro500 for Mexico 2017 has an EGR gas purification mechanism (around recirculating exhaust gas) and SCR (Selective catalytic reduction) with a catalyst, which complies with environmental protection standards and EPA 16/17 United specifications, equivalent to Euro VI, ensuring very low emissions.
Remember that line 7 of Metrobus of Mexico City will have a length of 15 km and will go from Green Indios to Peripheral so until it is ready we will not see Alexander Dennis Enviro500 in circulation, though by 2014 Alexander Dennis tested this bus on Line 4 Metrobús for two months.
Also, it was subjected to technical tests in Santa Fe, New Mexico at an altitude of 2,134 m above sea level, in both tests the results were successful so Alexander Dennis Enviro500 expected to operate perfectly on CDMX.