Philippines Live – Daewoo Bus BS 106

Posted on: Sep 22, 2014 - 9:07am IST

Columbian Manufacturing Corporation (CMC), the exclusive distributor of Daewoo Bus in the Philippines, has showcased the Daewoo Bus BS 106 rear-engined coach at the Philippines International Motor Show 2014 (CAMPI 2014).

Daewoo Bus BF 106 at the Philippines International Motor Show 2014
The Daewoo Bus BS 106 has a top speed of 121 km/h.

The 60-seat passenger commercial vehicle is underpinned by a single deck skeleton type body which employs an electrically welded rectangular steel tube construction devoid of rivets. The side panels and molded parts are made of galvannealed steel and Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) respectively.

The seats are arranged in a 2+3 forward facing configuration while 2+2 seating is offered as an option. The reclining seats are upholstered in synthetic leather and every seat offers an audio console with provision for headphones.

Daewoo Bus BF 106 dashboard at the Philippines International Motor Show 2014

Power comes from a six-cylinder inline water cooled 8-litre diesel engine with turbo-intercooler. The motor is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, and has 240 PS and 883 Nm of torque on offer. Top speed is claimed to be 121 km/h while the gradeablity stands at 46%.

The bus is equipped with a full-air dual-circuit service brake and exhaust driven auxiliary brake (retarder type auxiliary brake available as an option).

Daewoo Bus BF 106 seats at the Philippines International Motor Show 2014

Suspension duties are taken care by heavy duty semi-elliptical alloy steel leaf springs with shock absorbers. The vehicle which has a rated GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight) of 14 tonne.

Dimensions:

  • Length: 10,850 mm
  • Width: 2,500 mm
  • Height: 3,550 mm
  • Wheelbase: 5,000
  • Fuel tank capacity: 200 litres

Daewoo Bus BS 106 at the Philippines International Motor Show 2014 – Image Gallery

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4 thoughts on “Philippines Live – Daewoo Bus BS 106

  1. Govind A Nair says:

    Okay okay my mistake sory buddies 🙂

    Reply
  2. ?????? ??? says:

    Daewoo Bus is still under the Korean Companies Young-An Hat Company and Doosan

    only the truck division is owned by Tata

    Reply
  3. Govind A Nair says:

    Front facia looks promising !! Again a TATA subsidiary 🙂

    Reply
    1. ?????? ??? says:

      Daewoo Bus is Different from Daewoo(trucks)
      Daewoo Bus is renamed Zyle Daewoo Bus after Tata takeover the Truck division of Daewoo.

      Daewoo Bus is still under the Korean Companies Young-An Hat Company and Doosan

      Reply

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