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Orion VII Next Generation
Orion VII NG HEV
Orion VII NG
Years of manufacture 2007-Present
Length 32.5, 35, 40 feet
Width 102 inches
Propulsion Diesel, Diesel Electric
Hybrid, CNG
Orion VII NG

The Orion Bus Industries Orion VII Next Generation is the restyled and updated successor to the Orion VII. It was unveiled in 2007 and the first one was delivered to Saint John Transit.

SpecificationsEdit

Dimensions

  • Length: 30’, 35’, 40’
  • Width: 102"
  • Height: 118.5” over roof hatch (Diesel), 135” (CNG), 132” (Hybrid)
  • GVWR: 42,540 lb
  • Overhang (f/r): 86,5” front, 118” rear (incl. bumper)
  • Wheelbase: 190” (30’), 226” (35’), 286” (40’)
  • Turning Radius: 29’-8” - 43’-3”
  • Step Height (f/r): 14.5” from ground, 11” kneeled
  • Floor Height (aisle): 15.5”

Engine Options

Transmission Options

Hybrid Sytem Options

Energy Storage

  • Lithium Ion batteries (2008-present)
  • Hawker XT sealed lead-acid batteries (2007-2008)

HVAC

  • Thermo King (rear mount); AC 108.000 BTU, Heat 95.000 BTU, Defroster 59.000 BTU

Suspension

  • Full air ride

Axles

  • Front Meritor FH946 16,500 lb
  • Rear Meritor 71173 28,600 lb

Brakes

  • “S” Cam Drum, Auto Slack Adjusters

Electrical System

  • Solid State Multiplex 24 V

Tire Size

  • 305/70 R 22.5

Doors

  • Front (Slide Glide) 36.5”
  • Rear (Slide Glide) 36.5”

Ramp

  • Front entrance 32” x 44”, flip out

Fuel Tank Capacity

  • 125 US Gallons (Diesel)
  • 100 US Gallons (Hybrid

OperatorsEdit

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